Numbers – Hoarding Film Edition

Yesterday afternoon, I caught a motherfucking huge batch of film from someone on CraigsList. Black and white and colour, 120 and 220, fresh and expired, various ISOs … all in two large Ziplog bags.

All this shit for $25. That’s $25 for this:

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Here’s in bag 1:

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6 Kodak 400TX 120
5 Kodak Portra 400NC 220
4 Kodak Portra 160NC 220
4 Kodak Portra 160VC 220

Here’s in bag 2:

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8 Kodak 320 Tri-X 220
7 Kodak 125 Plus-X 220
6 Ilford FP4 Plus 120
5 Ilford 100 Delta 120
3 Ilford 200 SFX 120
2 Agfa 100 Optima II 120
1 Agfa Scala 200X 120
1 Kodak T400CN T-Max 120
1 Fujifilm 100 Acros 120

So that’s:

38 Black-and-white
15 Colour
25 120
28 220

Here’s my initial reaction upon getting both for the price of one:

Yeah … we’re gonna need a bigger boat.

Backlog Numbers

Here’s what I got in my latest batch of backlogged film to process:

38 rolls of film.
26 out of 38 are 35mm.
11 out of 38 are 120.
1 out of 38 is 220.
24 out of 38 are in black-and-white.
10 of them are 120.
14 of them are 35mm.
14 out of 38 are in colour.
1 of them is 120.
1 of them is 220.
12 of them are 35mm.

Wish me luck! -_-;

Backlog in Numbers

64 rolls of 120 film.

17 of them are in colour.

11 of those are in 220.

Yeah, time to head to the lab.

The Count ~ Pt. 2

In my frozen box of used black-and-white film:

32 rolls of undeveloped film in total
25 rolls of undeveloped 120 film
7 rolls of undeveloped 35mm film
29 rolls of undeveloped Kodak T-Max 400 film
1 roll of T-Max 100
2 rolls of Tri-X 400 (yeah, I didn’t notice this before until the last 35mm roll I developed)

Coming soon: Pride 2011 in glorious black-and-white!

The Count

43 rolls of used film
34 rolls of 120
9 rolls of 35mm
5 rolls of HP5
38 rolls of 400 T-Max
5 rolls not included in the total count because they have been developed.

THIS will take a while.