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    Re: Hello from smalltown Southern Georgia

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Salomon View Post
    Is OJ still there?
    Yes. I just called them to make sure. The salesman said he had no large format cameras or lenses. For medium format he does have some Mamiya and Bronica 645 equipment.

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    Re: Hello from smalltown Southern Georgia

    Atlanta, about 2 hours from here, has Wings Camera which has changing inventory of many interesting items.

    There's a guy in Montgomery, AL, that also deals with vintage gear. I got some medium format stuff from him.

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    Re: Hello from smalltown Southern Georgia

    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Gales View Post
    Unfortunately, no.

    I live in Brentwood so Schiller's is 5 minutes away from me.
    Got to get a burger at Trainwreck across the street when I stop off at Schillers

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    Re: Hello from smalltown Southern Georgia

    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Gales View Post
    Yes. I just called them to make sure. The salesman said he had no large format cameras or lenses. For medium format he does have some Mamiya and Bronica 645 equipment.
    Alan: Any good sources for processing 120 in St Louis these days? When I had my studio in Edwardsville, I sent my MF film to Meisel and Lisle Ramsey did my sheet film processing. I imagine they, as well as St Louis Photo, Jefferson Camera, et al, are just memories these days.

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    Re: Hello from smalltown Southern Georgia

    Welcome aboard!
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    Re: Hello from smalltown Southern Georgia

    Quote Originally Posted by morecfm View Post
    Got to get a burger at Trainwreck across the street when I stop off at Schillers
    Get you a Bison burger. They are known for them and have a big fiberglass Bison in the parking lot on a trailer.

    I used to go to the Trainwreck when they were just a small local bar and George the owner used to tend bar. You would see guys in there in their work clothes and boots. It sure has changed. The food is good though!

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    Re: Hello from smalltown Southern Georgia

    Quote Originally Posted by bloodhoundbob View Post
    Alan: Any good sources for processing 120 in St Louis these days? When I had my studio in Edwardsville, I sent my MF film to Meisel and Lisle Ramsey did my sheet film processing. I imagine they, as well as St Louis Photo, Jefferson Camera, et al, are just memories these days.
    I get my 120 film and 35mm slide film for my Stereo Realist developed at Schillers which is 5 minutes away. They don't handle sheet film though. I know Allied did develop 35mm, 120, and sheet film. They are still around. I haven't shot any 4x5 color in a while and I develop my 8x10 b&w myself.

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    Re: Hello from smalltown Southern Georgia

    Welcome to the forum, morecfm!

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    Re: Hello from smalltown Southern Georgia

    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Gales View Post
    I know Allied did develop 35mm, 120, and sheet film. They are still around.
    Update: I just ran across something saying that Allied is quitting developing film this year. I checked their website and see no film developing mentioned and there is no longer a price list for developing.

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    Re: Hello from smalltown Southern Georgia

    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Gales View Post
    Update: I just ran across something saying that Allied is quitting developing film this year. I checked their website and see no film developing mentioned and there is no longer a price list for developing.
    Thanks for the update, Alan.

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