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    The destination is important, but so is the journey

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    Here!, Here ! Bravo Fuji, Bravo Ilford. great films, paper, and chemicals. I'm in for the duration too. I work as a software engineer and the last thing I want to do is sit in front of a PC outside work. Film works for me.

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    FUJI Announcement

    I think the announcement from FUJI was a very positive one for the whole industry, especially following the news from KONICA MINOLTA. I know a few people had a go at me regarding my comments about AGFA, in that I was sad to see them fail, I was, and still am, although the chemicals seem to have been saved. Certainly this shows that where a demand exists it will continue to be satisfied, this shows FUJI are committed , we certainly are and FUJI and ILFORD Photo are not alone ....

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited

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    I have sent an email to Fuji U.K. , but its only two months ago that Kodak announced on their U.S.A website their commitment to film, what is to say Fuji won't do the same in a few months ? and cease film manufacture.

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    Where can I get 8x10 Acros?

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    Quote Originally Posted by c6h6o3
    Where can I get 8x10 Acros?
    http://www.unicircuits.com/shop/prod...products_id=30

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    Sal welcome aboard. I still have your card from Monterey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aggie
    Sal welcome aboard. I still have your card from Monterey.
    Thanks for the welcome Aggie, but I think you're confusing me with another Sal. I didn't make it to Monterey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajuk
    Its Likely Fuji are in for the duration, its because its the film most people use, so they can still lots in a declining market, its like Ilford in B&W.
    As a result of sending Fuji an e-mail congratulating it on its commitment to film, I got a very nice reply from Fuji today. A propos the above comment about it being in for the duration, I noted that its Distinctions Award for 2006 is now confined to film only.

    My e-mail to Fuji was as a result of the thread on APUG so I'd expect that all of you who used the e-mail address given in the initial APUG post will get the same reply.

    It's nice that those who had faith in Fuji may have that faith repaid.

    Congratulations and thanks to the original poster who recommended that APUG subscribers show its support.

    Pentaxuser

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    How much of a hassle is it getting shiped to the states? about how much extra cost above advertised price?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sal Santamaura
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