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Just noticed our sponsor J & C Classic has some remaindered 14X17 400 ASA film. Use before Jan 2005. $39.99 for 25 sheets. I bought 3 to cut and use in the 717. Also useable in the 11X14 I would think. That's about 80 cents a picture for 7X17 which is pretty good. I'm a sucker for a bargain. One of these days I'll tip over and my kids will open up my film deep freeze and say, "What was our dad thinking about??"
 

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As long as you don't fall out of the freezer I am sure they will completely understand. :smile:

Wish I had a 7x17 that is a great deal
 
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AllenR said:
Jim,

What method do you use to cut the film? A rotary cutter, regular paper cutter, or ??

Allen
I don't yet have a rotary cutter large enough for this. Mine is 12" and yes that's what I use for the 8X10 and smaller. I'll likely spend whatever $ saved on a larger Rota Trim.
 
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