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    Some Kodak B&W Film Deletions

    Just to add to the general jollity I have in my hand a piece of paper with a Kodak logo on it; 4 black & white films to go;

    TMax P3200 135-36, runout date to be confirmed;

    Tri-X 320 in 120 format, suggested replacement Tri-X 400 120
    Tri-X 320 in 220 format, no suggested replacement
    Forecast runout date on the Tri-X 320 is March this year.

    BW400CN 120, already gone by the look of it, & no suggested replacement

    There are various Kodak colour transparency films to go as well, I'll try to find a link to a web page as it's quite a lot of information.

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    oh my god tmz! no, no, no, there's not a replacement film for this one!!!!
    btw do they say anything on 4x5 TXP??

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    AAAAAGH Crap!! and just when I'd got to grips with TXP 320!!!!
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    Thanks Martin, I'm glad I switched back to Ilford films 2 years ago.

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    No, not Tri-X 320 in 220 format! It's my favourite B&W film in 220 format.

    (Well... there's not much choice, is there? But even if there were, it would still be a favourite.)

    Time to stock up, I guess. But let's first see how this thread unfolds, I can't find a product discontinuation notice regarding these products on the Kodak website (yet).

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    Those are the only B&W films - can't find the information on any Kodak sites, briefly the professional colour films due to go are;

    EPP in all formats, suggested replacement E100G, runout end of Jan, ie now
    EPY in all formats, no suggested replacement, runout end of Jan
    EDUPE, all formats, no suggested replacement, runout end of Jan
    E100VS 5x4", suggested replacement E100G, runout to be confirmed

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    Quote Originally Posted by kraker View Post
    Time to stock up, I guess. But let's first see how this thread unfolds, I can't find a product discontinuation notice regarding these products on the Kodak website (yet).
    If that's what Kodak have told Martin you can be pretty sure it's true.

    Silverprint's the UK's leading specialist supplier of Film & Darkroom supplies, and an APUG Sponsor.

    Ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    If that's what Kodak have told Martin you can be pretty sure it's true.

    Silverprint's the UK's leading specialist supplier of Film & Darkroom supplies, and an APUG Sponsor.

    Ian
    Sorry, hadn't made the connection to Silverprint... Stocking up... now!

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    Any indication as to whether these are UK distribution only, or discontinuations at the factory?

    No info that I could find at kodak.com. Just in case, I've put in an order for TXP 220 at Freestyle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kraker View Post
    No, not Tri-X 320 in 220 format! It's my favourite B&W film in 220 format.

    (Well... there's not much choice, is there? .....
    I've got a feeling Harman might rapidly re-assess the viability of HP5 in 220

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