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    Fuji discontinues Neopan 400 and Fujicolor Pro 400

    With date of February 28th Fuji announced to discontinue:


    -) Neopan 400 Presto in the remaining sizes (135-single and 135-3x).

    Stock is assumed to end in June.


    -) Fujicolor Pro 400 (that is type 120)

    Stock is assumed to end in early May.

    (Alternatively there still is Fujicolor Pro 400H in types 135 and 120.)

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    Go Ferrania...

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    — Edward Weston, Daybooks, Vol. II, February 2, 1932

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    Fuji has dropped and brought back Neopan 400 a few times now.

    I really don't know what biscuits they are on, because it's a fantastic looking film.

    I rate it (subjectively) above Tri-X.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Sintchak (rich815) View Post
    Thread already started a few days ago.
    I did a search and looked through this forum. Seemingly I'm getting dumb and blind...

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    I think the thread from a few days ago was even a repeat of one months before. As for searching this site, I don't used the built-in search as it doesn't work that well. Instead I do a general Google search adding:
    site:apug.org
    That seems to work much better.
    Truzi

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    I really wish I could shoot Neopan 400 in my medium format cameras.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RattyMouse View Post
    I really wish I could shoot Neopan 400 in my medium format cameras.
    You're gonna make me cry...

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    This is old news months and months ago, at least 6 in America, can't be sure it's different "over there"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Nadvornick View Post
    Go Ferrania...

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    They are starting with E-6

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