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socrow3v
22-May-2014, 18:17
It has been a while since I have been here and I need help pricing some film. I have an entire freezer full of outdated film and a guy wants to buy it all in the morning but I have no idea what kind of price to sell it all for. Can anyone help. It is 4x5 but also includes 120mm and 35mm. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I have been selling boxes here and there where I can look it up when I need to but this is a ton of film. Please see below:

4x5 Sheet Film
Kodak 4x5 film Tmax 1997 (1-100 sheet box-unopened)
Kodak 4x5 film PlusX Pan 2000 (1-25 sheet box-unopened)
Kodak 4x5 film PlusX Pan 1997 (1-25 sheet box-unopened)
Kodak 4x5 film Ektachrome 100X 1996 (1-10 sheet box-unopened)
Kodak 4x5 film E100S (8 sheets)
Kodak 4x5 film E100SW (3 50 sheet boxes-1 feels full the other 2 feel or less full)
Kodak 4x5 film PlusX Pan (100 sheet box feels almost full)
Other Misc. Boxes include T400CN, Tmax 100, Plus X Pan

120 mm Medium Format Film
Kodak 120 mm film Ektachrome EPN ISO100 1998 (20 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film Ektachrome EPR ISO64 1997 (15 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film Ektachrome EPZ ISO100 1997 (20 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film Ektachrome EPL 400X 2005 (5 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film Ektachrome EPL 400 (1 roll)
Kodak 120 mm film Ektachrome EPY 64 1997 (1 roll)
Kodak 120 mm film Ektachrome 160T 2001 (5 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film Ektachrome 64T 1997 (1 roll)
Kodak 120 mm film Lumier LLP ISO100 1995 (1 roll)
Kodak 120 mm film E100 GX 2005 (1 roll)
Kodak 120 mm film E100 VS 2002 (1 roll)
Kodak 120 mm film E100 VS 2001 (5 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film Portra 400 VC 2005 (3 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film 400 VC Ultra Color 2005 (1 roll)
Kodak 120 mm film Vericolor III VPS ISO160 1996 (4 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film Vericolor III VPS ISO160 1998 (3 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film Vericolor III VPS ISO160 (1 roll)
Kodak 120 mm film Portra 400 NC 2004 (25 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film Portra 400 NC 2002 (5 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film Portra 400 NC 2002 (3 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film Portra 160 NC 2002 (8 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film PlusX Pan PXP 1990 (6 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film PlusX Pan PXP (1 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film TriX Pan TXP 1993 (5 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film TriX Pan TXP 1994 (1 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film T400 CN ISO400 2005 (3 rolls)
Kodak 120 mm film T400 CN ISO400 2005 (1 rolls)
Ilford 120 mm film Delta 3200 2004 (1 roll)
Fuji 120 mm film Provia RDPII 1998 (3 rolls)
Fuji 120 mm film Provia RDPII 1999 (2 rolls)
Fuji 120 mm film NPZ ISO800 2005 (5 rolls)
Fuji 120 mm film NPZ ISO800 2004 (5 rolls)
Fuji 120 mm film NPS ISO160 1999 (2 rolls)
Fuji 120 mm film Velvia RVP ISO50 1998 (10 rolls)
Fuji 120 mm film Astia RVP 1999 (4 rolls)

35mm Film
Kodak 35 mm film Portra 400 (1 roll)
Kodak 35 mm film T400 CN ISO400 (6 rolls)
Kodak 35 mm film E100S (1 roll)
Kodak 35 mm film PX-125 (1 roll)
Kodak 35 mm film T-400 (1 roll)
Kodak 35 mm film Lumier 100X (1 roll)
Kodak 35 mm film P3200 Tmax (1 roll)
Kodak 35 mm film Ektachrome P1600 EES 1994 (2 rolls)
Kodak 35 mm film Ektachrome P1600 EES 1994 (8 rolls)
Kodak 35 mm film Ektachrome P1600 EES 1997 (2 rolls)
Ilford 35 mm film Delta 400 (1 roll)
Ilford 35 mm film XP2 400 (1 roll)
Fuji 35 mm film NPH 400 (3 rolls)
Fuji 35 mm film NPZ 800 2004 (6 rolls)
Fuji 35 mm film Realla Superia (2 rolls)
Fuji 35 mm film Velvia (1 roll)
Fuji 35 mm film Super HQ (1 roll)

StoneNYC
22-May-2014, 19:10
Holy crap!!!

Well I would love the two 50 sheet unopened boxes of that ektachrome 100sw haha


Just go to B&H's website, find the equivalent type film (E6/C-41/B&W) from the same manufacturer, and go with half price.

The Astia will be popular, probably the plus-x too, the 3200 stuff is probably bad, the P1600 probably as well, but might go for high prices anyway, it's rare.

Good luck!

jbenedict
22-May-2014, 19:51
Save yourself some time. Don't bother with pricing this all out by individual prices. Some of that stuff is 15-20 years out of date. Almost all of it is 10 years out of date.

If a guy is coming with money in the morning, figure out a price that would satisfy you if you had it in your pocket tomorrow night. Offer it as "take it all or take nothing". Don't piddle around selling a couple of boxes here, a couple of boxes there, going to the postoffice, etc. etc. This is kinda like a produce dealer and overripe bananas. If you don't sell them, you might have to throw them away in your garbage can.

Would you be satisfied with $500? $250? $100? Would you prefer to piece it out? 15-20 year old stuff- 10 rolls for $10. 10-15 year old stuff- 10 rolls for $15. Boxes of 4x5? Full boxes- $10. Partial boxes? Whatever they will pay. Probably as fair and as scientific as anything.

Remember, if you can't move this stuff, you will be tossing it out. Do you want to put in the time to shoot it, the money to process it (or cost of chemicals and your time) and have the results be substandard because the film is too old?

Ultimately, it's your call.

socrow3v
22-May-2014, 22:33
Thank you both for your response, this is very helpful!

socrow3v
22-May-2014, 22:34
If hr doesnt buy them (E100SW) I will let you know!

StoneNYC
22-May-2014, 23:34
;) good luck!