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Dayo
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« at: 21:15 GMT - Wed 09 May 07 »

It has been over a year since I shot my last roll of film (DSLR had a fault and was getting fixed).  Even then I had had these rolls in the freezer for a long time.  They are still there today and I wonder how long they can last.  actually some were given to me by the finisher as they had already expired (TMax 100, 400 and P3200) and I wonder how long more they can keep.
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« Reply #1 at: 21:38 GMT - Wed 09 May 07 »

If you've got them in the freezer then they can last a fairly long time (possibly talking years).  I've heard of a number of people say they've got good results from film that's well out of date.
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« Reply #2 at: 16:32 GMT - Thu 10 May 07 »

These have been there for more than two to three years.
 I sold off my KM 7 and only have an old Pentax KX1000 that doesn't meter and a Yashica Mat 124G that doesn't meter as well (got a couple or so rolls of 6x6 film in there too).
Guess I need to brush up on the sunny f16 rule lol.
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