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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague View Post
    Who did you write? I wrote Fuji USA and got a non-answer (.... Fuji 50 was discontinued, <blah><blah><blah>, but will be available sometime in the summer).
    I think the same person responded to me...
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    Quote Originally Posted by t_nunn View Post
    I think the same person responded to me...
    I suspect I won't hear back from them. I responded and told them, that I'm a pro landscape photograher and Fuji ProNet member, and that I wasn't interested in non-answers. Gee.... good old corporate USA has invaded Fuji :o
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    My Fujifilm contact

    I sent her an email this morning, asking if I can share her address here. I'll let you know.

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    megaperls had it

    I bought some 120 from megaperls website - it was in my hands in about 10 days. The service is excellant. This has the Japanese writing on the package so not intended for export but, on the other hand, available now! Have not got it back yet from processing so no results.

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    I'm getting ready to order film for an upcoming trip, and was trying to decide whether to hold off or not.
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    Robert,

    I paid the extra for express shipping with web site tracking. It looked like most of the time was getting through Canadian customs (USA may be faster?) It was out of Japan and in Vancouver within 3 business days of the order so not sure how it would be to Hawaii. It looks like he has new velvia in 120, 220 and 4x5 but old velvia in 35mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinB View Post
    Robert,

    I paid the extra for express shipping with web site tracking. It looked like most of the time was getting through Canadian customs (USA may be faster?) It was out of Japan and in Vancouver within 3 business days of the order so not sure how it would be to Hawaii. It looks like he has new velvia in 120, 220 and 4x5 but old velvia in 35mm
    Megaperls
    I still have a stash of the old 50, but not in QuickLoads (which I prefer for traveling). I'm afraid Megaperls would probably be too expensive, but I'll keep them in mind. I plan on shooting Velvia 100 in the Nikon and have a good supply of that already.
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    Fuji Canada yesterday claimed it was currently being shipped to local shops. YMMV. I think they listed Vistek and Henry's in the email but I forget.

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    Evening all... think I can add something to this discussion.

    My friend David Ward has been testing the new emulsion and has posted a comparison and mini-review on 15 June at his blog oceans of instants. There are some well considered musings there too - as those familiar with David's writing and images would expect. He's been making some wonderful pictures this year.

    Apart from the slight change in colour, the new one being marginally more neutral, the film is a true ISO50 apparently confirmed by Joe Cornish too.

    I now have a box of Quickload which I'll test in the near future. Forgot to put a couple of sheets in the bag for this morning's outing, so have rectified that now...!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baxter Bradford View Post
    Evening all... think I can add something to this discussion.

    My friend David Ward has been testing the new emulsion and has posted a comparison and mini-review on 15 June at his blog oceans of instants. There are some well considered musings there too - as those familiar with David's writing and images would expect. He's been making some wonderful pictures this year.

    Apart from the slight change in colour, the new one being marginally more neutral, the film is a true ISO50 apparently confirmed by Joe Cornish too.

    I now have a box of Quickload which I'll test in the near future. Forgot to put a couple of sheets in the bag for this morning's outing, so have rectified that now...!
    Thanks Baxter. I always enjoy reading David's articles. I wasn't aware he had a blog, but I'll be watching it from now on out.
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