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Re: polaroid film question

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  • Subject: Re: polaroid film question
  • From: etienne garbaux <photographeur@nerdshack.com>
  • Date: Tue, 15 Jul 2008 21:08:43 -0400
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Mark wrote:

ALL Polaroid brand film is "DI" Last stocks on market now. Fuji still makes most flavors but US distribution spotty. *** grab all you can while you can Mark
Don't bother, if what you want to do is store it for use after its expiration date. It goes bad almost immediately, no matter what you do.

Best regards,