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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Images View Post
    After the petition and many letters to Fuji Japan in an attempt to save their "flagship" Velvia 50 product in sheet film..... I suspect you're statement is very correct to a point.
    With Fuiji's Facebook page they have only been promoting their digital stuff ... color and b/w.

    What is left of Fuji film anyway now? Acros 100 for b/w. Anymore? Superia still there but any pro C41? There is Velvia 50 and 100 (non F) and Provia 100.

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    http://fujifilm.jp/personal/filmandc...nal/index.html

    "135(35mm)サイズ、220サイズは出荷終了いたしました。
    120サイズの最終出荷時期は2014年5月上旬の見込みです。"

    The data sheets for Pro 400 and 400H are a bit different. But there's 8 years between the data sheets.

    And there are separate listings, 35mm and 220 already discontinued in Pro 400, and there's no size discontinuation notice under 400H, so I'm guessing it's around still.
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    With Fuiji's Facebook page they have only been promoting their digital stuff ... color and b/w.
    No doubt they feel they have the film burners that are left as a captive audience. No need to court to us. Too bad, their V-50 has been an excellent product over the years. Thankfully still available in roll stock to date.

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    Never paid it attention before because Portra 400. But it looks like Pro 400 is to Pro 400H, as 400VC was to 400NC.

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    B&H doesn't sell any if I put in the search field "Fuji 160".

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    B&H doesn't sell any if I put in the search field "Fuji 160".
    Fuji's Pro 160S and C is long gone in all formats, at least in the US. Not sure if you can still get it in Japan.
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    Which means in time Fuji won't have any professional C41? Assuming this 400H is Pro 400.

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    Pro 160NS is the current 160 film. I picked some up recently.

    Quote Originally Posted by rayonline_nz View Post
    Which means in time Fuji won't have any professional C41? Assuming this 400H is Pro 400.
    There's another separate entry for Pro 400H, there are no discontinuation notices for it, the data sheet is from 2013 and specifies 35mm and 120.

    The entry for Pro 400 reads as a vivid portrait film, so think Portra 400VC.

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    But if I went thru the entire film section under FujiFilm with Adorama they don't list any 160 speed neg film at all..... Could it be like New Zealand that's the stock what is still available. I mean in NZ we can still get APS film but expired and 400X etc etc .. Could be Japan but who knows, me somehow doubt it.

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    That means either that don't buy it from the distributor, or the U.S. distributor no longer imports it, and they don't have any grey stock. I picked up fresh 160NS in 120 when I went to Singapore for quite cheap. You can get it online too.

    160NS is a current product, 400X isn't

    http://fujifilm.jp/personal/filmandc...nal/index.html
    ^-- all pro colour neg

    160NC only in 4x5, no quick loads, etc..

    160NS is more formats.


    According to their site, they tend to announce discontinuations on there.

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