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    I noticed that, I ordered neopan 400 120 yesterday at £7.99 per 5 pack and today it's £9.99!

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    Hope pay day arrives before the prices increase at 7DayShop, I want to get 20 rolls of 800Z too.
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    http://www.fujifilm.com/products/film_camera/
    anyone notice it only lists color neg and reversal there? No b/w films page.

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    Bob, yes I see that.

    I think that Fuji's b/w are numbered. Not so sure about their complete neg film though.

    All in all I think both Fuji and Kodak would leave 400 for cheap print film, rid their amateur slides, consolidate their pro print and slide film. I bet they would finally get rid of the 800Z and Portra 800. Not sure about Provia 400 and E200 though. Velvia has a few versions so that might get streamlined too. It would not surprise me if Astia goes as well.

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    At this point, this thread has become pure speculation. You'd think they'd give us a firm answer by now. :rolleyes:

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    Quote Originally Posted by marylandphoto View Post
    At this point, this thread has become pure speculation. You'd think they'd give us a firm answer by now. :rolleyes:
    Just as Kodak has, IMO, given the message, "Buy Fuji" or, "Buy Ilford" for over a decade, Fuji is now giving the message, "Buy Kodak." What else are we supposed to do? I am stocking up on the most unique emulsions (800Z, T64, and Reala), and using them till I am out, then trying to find a substitute. There is nothing even close to any of these films, IMO, so they are what I am going to try to stock up on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bob100684 View Post
    http://www.fujifilm.com/products/film_camera/
    anyone notice it only lists color neg and reversal there? No b/w films page.
    The UK version is more complete:

    http://www.fujifilm.co.uk/film/film.html

    And of course, Japan:

    http://translate.googleusercontent.c...n_Xm8OzYjUlUhg

    http://fujifilm.jp/support/pdf/filma...uide_vol14.pdf
    Last edited by perkeleellinen; 03-20-2010 at 01:48 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Re: Interesting news about Fujicolor Pro

    Fuji is not giving up on it's BW emulsions. Chill out people.
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

    http://www.flickr.com/kediwah

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    I think b/w are the safest. A bit surprse Fuji's Global site doesn't have b/w. I also would be surprised if Fuji pulls out of the Pro neg film totally. Not saying I don't take the author's credentials though.

    If i was Kodak or Fuji, from a business perspective, I would get rid of all their amateur film (print film and slide film) with the exception of 400 speed consumer print film.
    That can be for disposable cameras and many point and shoot cameras don't recognise faster than 400.
    Amateur slide is not really cheaper than the pro version. I'm not in the USA, but we need to go to a pro shop to get Elite Chrome or Sensia.

    Just my view and that is pro neg 800 would inevitably be cut.
    In time Velvia would be consolidated.

    I've noticed 100 speed consumer 35mm or APS has been delisted from kodak.com. They also don't have faster than E200.
    B&H list Sensia 400 import as discontinued and the USA version at $9.95, when Provia 400X is $8.95.
    My 2c. Amateur print and slide film, would on the chopping block.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayonline_nz View Post
    I've noticed 100 speed consumer 35mm or APS has been delisted from kodak.com. They also don't have faster than E200.
    B&H list Sensia 400 import as discontinued and the USA version at $9.95, when Provia 400X is $8.95.
    My 2c. Amateur print and slide film, would on the chopping block.
    Then perhaps you should by some film mate? :-)

    FFG has always had a crummy website like that. FFUSA seems to actually have a more accurate view of things: http://www.fujifilmusa.com/products/...ilm/index.html
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

    http://www.flickr.com/kediwah



 

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