Though I love the look of film and got all excited about kodak's renewed life, this is a valid point. my grandmother, a painter (oils) and photographer/filmmaker in the 70s, gave these up, as the chemicals contradicted her work as an environmentalist.
I almost fell for one of those c100 craigslist scams as well, funny that they like to pick that camera to use as bait. Price is just a little too good to be true, but the person is able to legitimize things to a degree. But then the payment method is fishy. Told me to basically wire transfer money and the bank would hold it until I received the camera. I asked to meet in person, and the guy gave me a slightly odd background story and address. Pretty sure it would've been a wasted 2 hour drive had I gone.
true words Thales. this is absolutely an appropriate post
I've never actually pushed the CBR, so it's set to the default 1.0, pretty happy with the image anyways and no issues with continuous 24p