BROOKS200 35mm color negative film 24 exposures Expired
BROOKS200 35mm color negative film 24 exposures Expired
BROOKS200 35mm color negative film 24 exposures Expired
BROOKS200 35mm color negative film 24 exposures Expired
BROOKS200 35mm color negative film 24 exposures Expired
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BROOKS200 35mm color negative film 24 exposures Expired

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●Product description

Super rare ❗️ Expired BROOKS film!

This is a foreign film that is hard to find◎

What color does expired film look like?

You won't know until you develop it and see it! That's interesting ^^

The expiry date is 2007, so it looks pretty good!

The oldest expired film I used was in 1980!

It came out perfectly lol, but not with this film.

I have posted various photos taken after the deadline, so please refer to them!

*Please note that the outer box may be crushed or deteriorated.

* There is no guarantee of quality for expired film.
Please purchase only if you understand

===For customers purchasing only film===

*If you are purchasing just the film , please limit it to one per person.If you are purchasing two or more of the same film, or if you are ordering a large quantity of film only, we apologize for the inconvenience, but we will cancel your order. (1 bottle per type/up to 5 bottles per order)
* Up to 1 bottle per person

cannot be ordered in large quantities

30% off film when purchased with camera❗️

Coupon code → Eincamera1

If you are purchasing more than one film, please increment the last number (in case of two films, enter Eincamera2).