Konica 750 (B&W IR) availability (35mm)

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This weekend I tried to order some Konica 750 (35mm) from B&H and was told it had been "discontinued". News to me. Maybe they just meant "ou of stock" (I hope so!).

Anyone else heard this news? Anyone know a good mail order store that has 35mm Konica 750 in stock?

-- Bob Atkins (bobatkins@hotmail.com), June 28, 1999


I didn't see anything about that on Konica's web page. The IR 750 is still listed. I can't find a feedback button to ask them.

Locally, Glazer's Camera has plenty in stock, but I don't know if they do mail order.

Have you tried Ilford SFX200?

-- Brian C. Miller (brianm@ioconcepts.com), June 29, 1999.

try central camera in chicago. they have a web site. i got some here recently.

-- gil garcia (gil-garcia@worldnet.att.net), July 05, 1999.

Konica 750 is a great film in part because of its ease in handling AND the fact that it is available in both 120 and 35mm. It is produced once per year and generally available in April of the year.

I have gotten my supply from PASCO in New York 1-800-742-3596 I usually get only 120, but I got some 35mm this Spring.

-- Bruce Karnopp (karnopp@umich.edu), July 16, 1999.


I got some Konica 750 120 film from PASCO last year and it is fogged. Did yours arrive OK?

Gene Crumpler

-- Gene Crumpler (nikonguy@worldnet.att.net), July 16, 1999.

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