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where in london sell these? i'm after the 35mm ones especially...
However, you can can a thing to put on the back of it to turn it into a 35mm camera.
However however, if you're going to buy a 120mm, buy a Diana instead.
However however however, if you actually want a 35mm, by an Olympus XA or XA2, or if you want to spend a bit more, an Lc-a.
or try these places:
35 old compton street
tel 020 7734 3477
295 upper street, islington
tel 020-7704 1999
tel 020-7940 8753
241 fearndale road
london sw 8 bj
south bank centre, belvedere road
tel 020 - 7921 0771
8 great newport street
london wc2h 7hy
tel 0207 942 4499
i was kinda after this though?
Never seen those before. Did you find it on lomography.com? I've never seen them in the shops. Do you already have a film camera, or will this be your first?
had a canon 300 35mm, i work in a camera shop and we've got loads of out of date film i can rinse up too...
I usually get mine off ebay, but I'd like a local supplier.
usually got some hidden away if you ask. ours sell them for like a quid each.
I picked up some Soviet film that expired in 1979 off ebay for about a fiver. And a few more from the 1980s for a couple of quid each.
Got any fujifilm superia?
probably. i'll have a look next week. im going to belgium now
i might just get any bullshit 35mm and cross process the film
and both the film and processing are expensive. if you really want the green / yellow / red tinted that you find on cross processing, it's easier to cheat with paintshop or iphoto or picassa or something.
Having said that, though, I've had some awesome (albeit flukey) results. But I've also has some lame results.
I know there are a few places in Manchester that do it but it seems fairly limited so thought it may cost a bit. Do regular shops like Boots process these films?
but it's more than getting 35mm processed, and you only get 12 exposures per roll.