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  1. tikkathreebarrel

    tikkathreebarrel

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    Hey this stuff's better than the £1 kodak they no longer have at £1land!

    This is my first film, through Yashica GSN and only my 3rd film through it. Commercially developed and scanned.

    I honestly thought it would be horrid and I really just cycled the film through the camera in one lunchtime and evening: I'm going back for more...

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    This one's outdoors at night using only the light falling through the open door:
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  2. Jao

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    I think it's is great value, I have been really impressed with how it has performed!

    Clearly you are getting some good shots out of it too!

    I think I down to my last 40 rolls and it's out of stock in Norwich!
  3. tikkathreebarrel

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    Well, as at the weekend the two stores near me, Bury and Thetford, both had plenty. Sounds like I need to get there before you:clap::naughty::naughty:

    I need to take some shots with more colour across the entire image but in the poor snowy wastes which have been the last few days I much prefer this to Kodakcolour. And the price...
  4. KayJay

    KayJay Give us a Tena

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    No.4 feels so sharp, and the last image has lovely tones. Bargain!
  5. ChrisR

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    Yes I really liked it when we did the Vista challenge earlier. Some of the autumn colour was fantastic. I thought the local Poundlands didn't have it, so someone posted me a roll, daft thing is with the postage it ended up costing £3.20! Then I found it (tucked away under some CDs in the "media" section). I'm not up to Adrian's level, but I did pick up 20 rolls in Coventry while they still had some.

    The dead plant is lovely!
  6. freecom2

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    Putting that GSN to great use there, good to see (y)
  7. tikkathreebarrel

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    Dead plant? Do you mean the variegated ivy which is alive, kicking and growing up my hoose?:bonk:

    We've only had this fillum in my local £1lands for a month or two which is why I let the Vista Challenge slide by.
  8. tikkathreebarrel

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    Yes thank you. Much prefer it to the Yashy Minister which is now for sale.:clap:
  9. freecom2

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    The way the Yashica 45mm glass renders colour is absolutely fantastic, it manages to be quite natural and vibrant all at the same time. Really should run a roll through my GTN soon.
  10. Jao

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    Ooh, a detour to Bury and or Thetford in order soon::D
  11. erictearle

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    I went in a bought 20 rolls of this stuff on a gamble it would be good. I wasn't disappointed, so I went to back to buy more and they told me I couldn't as it wasn't fair to other shoppers. :(
  12. excalibur2

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    That's a dumb attitude, Poundland should take money when they can...I'd write to head office and complain.
  13. RaglanSurf

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    Greedy Eric :nono::nono::nono:
  14. norters

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    That's just rubbish :| I have bought twenty from the same outlet in the past. Although there are two Poundlands very close to each other in town here so I tend to frequent both.
  15. tikkathreebarrel

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    Agreed. They aren't known for rationing products customers, besides, money in the till is money in the till.
  16. Sectionate

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    The Croydon Branch has tonnes of the stuff.
  17. bastic

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    I was given one on Film meet - thanks Andy ..it was Andy?? And all came out pretty good :) have to get some myself:)
  18. Hrímfaxi

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    I need to jump on the bandwagon and try a roll....

    *points* To Poundland!
  19. wibbly

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    If anyone can't get hold of any and wants me to check our local poundland, just shout - happy to get the Wife to have a look if there's any in there. She's in there every few days buying kids school crisps and biscuits. :)

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