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Pete C
07-04-2014
04:22 AM ET (US)
Thanks David. I don't normally look at links but curiosity overcame me and I did, which brought up the Asian florist. I didn't explore further. But you are right, it's wise not to, as these are often malicious. My computer is well protected but as you suggest I will run a scan now. Thanks.
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David Mukai
07-03-2014
09:57 AM ET (US)
Hi, Pete!


I hate to say it, but I bet many of these "strange and irrelevant messages" that you click on links to get to are phishing attempts, or worse, hacking attempts. If you click on links to get to their odd messages or whatever, aren't you opening yourself up to having someone gain backdoor access to your computer? I never click on links these days unless I know for sure who they are and/or that they are going to take me to a reputable company. The link may even look quite normal or like it's coming from a reputable company, but it's a link that's got a hidden URL associated with it so that it takes you to what may look like a legitimate website for a legitimate, well known company, but it's really hacking into your computer or asking you for personal information in a form that you fill out but which doesn't ultimately go to the seemingly legitimate company but to some phishing site. You end up giving personal information to who knows?

If you ended up connecting with a florist somewhere in Asia, I'd be very suspicious that you've been hacked or that it was a phishing attempt. You might want to scan your computer hard drive now for viruses.

Best of luck! I hope everything works out OK for you!


Goro



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Pete C
07-02-2014
10:08 AM ET (US)
I wonder why people post these strange & irrelevant messages? I can't imagine they get much business through people looking at their links. The latest seems to be a florist somewhere in Asia! Perhaps they're bored and don't know what else to do with their time?
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07-01-2014
02:53 AM ET (US)
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04-23-2014
03:42 PM ET (US)
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04-14-2014
02:44 AM ET (US)
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Pete C
03-12-2014
04:44 AM ET (US)
That's very good news. Although Maco can't say it, there is every reason to believe the master rolls are coated by Harman Technology (Ilford) in the UK, although the finishing is done elsewhere. The film should therefore be more reliable, from the quality control angle, than the old Efke R100. It is also a more conventional emulsion than the Rollei 80S, which Maco sold for a while, which basically was an aerial surveillance film.
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Bill Lynch
03-12-2014
01:51 AM ET (US)
Thanks Nils, that announcement makes me happy!
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Nils
03-11-2014
01:07 PM ET (US)
GOOD NEWS!

NEW 127 film announced by Maco!

http://www.aphog.de/forum/viewtopic.php?p=262172#p262172

The Rollei RPX 100 will be available from Mid-2014 as 127! It's a great classic film, comparable to Ilford FP4plus.

This will probably be the best, most universal 127 film since Kodak stopped their production.
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02-18-2014
10:59 AM ET (US)
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Michael Richardson
02-12-2014
04:54 PM ET (US)
I have 127 film and about 300 other expired film types listed on ebay and coming on my website soon as well.

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