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View Poll Results: Which Professional Kodak still film will be the next to die?

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  • Portra 160

    8 6.45%
  • Portra 400

    0 0%
  • Portra 800

    31 25.00%
  • Ektar 100

    6 4.84%
  • T-Max 400

    2 1.61%
  • T-Max 100

    3 2.42%
  • Tri-X 320

    23 18.55%
  • Tri-X 400

    1 0.81%
  • BW400CN

    50 40.32%
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    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    they would make a BOATLOAD of instant cash if they sold master rolls of film to someplace like photowarehouse
    who has years and years of experience cutting and notching and repackaging film for specialty sheet film shooters.
    they did this for years with "made in england" film ( olde ilford ) and there are enough people who shoot everything
    from 2.5x.5 - 20x24 ( and larger ) and everything inbetween ... they could sell a master roll in a matter of months.
    whenever there is a special order of film, people come out of the woodwork and buy a freezer full of it, or a handful of boxes.

    i find it crazy that they don't do something like that, seeing people who shoot those sizes yearn for film to shoot
    and often times wait and wait and wait for the special orders to come around ....
    I'm a huge fan of Tri-X 400 and would love to see it in sheets, so I totally support this. 320 just isn't quite the same.
    No idea what's going to happen next, but I'm hoping it involves being wrist deep in chemicals come the weekend.

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    The next Kodak film to die? Place bets now!

    Next Kodak film I vote will cease production is all of them at once... (Please note, I don't want this a all, just my prediction).


    ~Stone

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    Grim thread.
    WYSIWYG - At least that's my goal.

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    Care to comment to me which of the Fuji films will die next? Try me!
    The post is nonsensical and hurtful. The much better thing you can do is to continue using and enjoying film and the images created from it — while you still have it, irrespective of who is making it and what.
    .::Gary Rowan Higgins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poisson Du Jour View Post
    Care to comment to me which of the Fuji films will die next? Try me!
    The post is nonsensical and hurtful. The much better thing you can do is to continue using and enjoying film and the images created from it — while you still have it, irrespective of who is making it and what.
    Velvia 50 - the slowest colour film available - if it's not already gone. This thread is a little harmless fun; lighten up dudes - it's only the internets, innit...

    Cheers,
    kevs
    testing...

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