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    Speaking of B&W from Japan.

    I just noticed that the Legacy Pro film in both 100 and 400 is showing up on freestyles site in their HOT DEALS category.
    http://www.freestylephoto.biz/clearance.php

    I was wondering if this is a result or a cause for this film to be the lowest cost of the various private label films on the freestyle page. (135-36 ASA 400 has LegacyPro at 1.99, Arista PREMium and EDU.Ultra at 2.19 and Kentmere at 2.99)

    I also wonder if this is related to the other thread about Fuji discontinuing some B&W films in 120 in Japan.
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    Hi. According to Fuji's site, for B&W, Acros100 and Presto400 in 135 and 4x5 will remain, but not in 120.

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    I can't understand why Fuji would launch their 667 RF camera and discontinue their 120 films. That would be a very bad decision, to my mind...


    "Oh we launch a new 120 camera, but we do not produce the films the camera eats..." not very logical don't you think?
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    Reading the entire thread on Acros 120 ... it looks like it is now being sold in multi roll packs only - not being discontinued - just the single roll packs.

    Checking http://www.japanexposures.com/shop/p...products_id=30 it looks like the 120 roll and the sheet film are still on the market.
    Last edited by CBG; 02-04-2010 at 09:48 AM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: clarity



 

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