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Polaroid 600 colour film Polaroid 600 camera - Gold Frame - limited edition
Polaroid 600 colour film Polaroid 600 camera - Gold Frame - limited edition from $25.50 $30.00
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Polaroid 600 colour film Polaroid 600 camera - Silver Frame
Polaroid 600 colour film Polaroid 600 camera - Silver Frame from $25.50 $30.00
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Fujifilm FP-3000B Black & White film for for Polaroid Peel a part camera
Fujifilm FP-3000B Black & White film for for Polaroid Peel a part camera from $30.00 $97.50
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New - SX-70 670m SLR camera With 3 Years Warranty (Compatible With Both SX-70 And Polaroid 600 Films)
New - SX-70 670m SLR camera With 3 Years Warranty (Compatible With Both SX-70 And Polaroid 600 Films) $625.00 $650.00
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Cinestill 800 ISO Tungsten Xpro C-41 Film 135/36 exp
Cinestill 800 ISO Tungsten Xpro C-41 Film 135/36 exp from $18.00 $18.80
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Revolog Tesla 2 Speciality 35mm film - 12 exposures 200 iso
Revolog Tesla 2 Speciality 35mm film - 12 exposures 200 iso from $13.00 $18.00
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Revolog Tesla 1 Speciality 35mm film - 12 exposures 200 iso
Revolog Tesla 1 Speciality 35mm film - 12 exposures 200 iso from $13.00 $18.00
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Revolog Streak Speciality 35mm film - 12 exposures 200 iso
Revolog Streak Speciality 35mm film - 12 exposures 200 iso from $15.00 $18.00
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July Camera Giveaway

July 30, 2014

Camera GiveawayThis month we have the beautiful Olympus Trip AF 31!       This little beast is just about as auto as you can get! Autofocus, Autoflash, Auto exposure - you name it! The perfect camera to get you started in film photography! Just load it up with some 35mm film, and it'll do the rest for you! To win the camera, all you have to do is email Gaz gary@filmneverdie.com and tell us why you think you deserve this camera! And a little hint: Be a bit more creative than 'I'm a poor uni student' ;DThis competition will end on the 31st of July! So get in quick! 

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Ilford FP4+ ; A fine BW film

July 25, 2014

Ilford's FP4 is the younger brother of HP5, coming in at a lower ISO rating of 125.     ‘For high quality black and white photography, ILFORD FP4 PLUS is unrivalled. Its very fine grain, outstanding sharpness and high acutance make it the film of choice whenever a job demands great enlargement or the subject contains a wealth of fine detail. Nominally rated at ISO 125/22, ILFORD FP4 PLUS has become the benchmark against which other medium speed films are judged. With enormous latitude for exposure error above and below its ISO 125, ILFORD FP4 PLUS is very suitable for most photographic subjects under a variety of lighting conditions.’ Because the film has such a wide exposure latitude, you can shoot...

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Whacky Revolog films

July 24, 2014

If you are looking for some really out there, bizarre photos from a roll of 35mm film look no further than Revolog films - custom, handmade special effect films all the way from Vienna!  'Revolog produces special effect films for analog photographic cameras. Every film is handmade. Currently Revolog sells ten different effect films, but is planning to enlarge their stock.The films are sold through the webshop and can be exposed and developed as usual.' It is ran by Michael Krebs & Hannah Pribitzer, two old photography students who met at college in Vienna. It started off with Michael trying to find ways to make film 'age quicker', by doing things like baking them. After this, he realised he needed some stronger...

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Ilford HP5 - An affordable black & white film

July 24, 2014

Anyone who shoots film, and especially black & white, knows that Ilford is worth anyone’s salt. HP5 is a high speed (400 iso), medium contrast film which makes it perfect for press, action and general photography. The negatives produced feature fine grain and exceptional sharpness, which make it perfect for big enlargements in the darkroom. It is well suited to push processing of up to 3200 iso achievable with ILFORD MICROPHEN developer, maintaining good shadow detail and well separated mid-tones with sharp grain.   People all over the world have said this film is ‘a workhorse’, ‘Consistent’, ‘Versatile’, ‘Great latitude’. And they really aren’t joking. During my last year of school when I studied photography, I mainly used HP5 to do...

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