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Buying film in New York
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Question Buying film in New York

I have an upcoming trip to New York and I was thinking of carrying along from home a few rolls to begin with and then buying the rest there. Having just checked with B&H, their pricing seems competitive. Are there any other (thriftier) options? I did a search but thought it might be better to ask for up-to-date information. BTW I will be staying mostly in Manhattan and I'd like to shop from a physical store. Also, will it be worthwhile developing my colour film rolls in NY? I pay at home 1.50 for C41 and 5.50 for E6 p.r. (development only), so anything around that ballpark is OK. Thanks in advance.

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