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    I don't think there would be just one or two last stading film at Kodak. They can't keep production with just one or two film types.
    My guess is that there will be a few B&W film types and formats and the same for Color when the plug is pulled for the final run.
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    Oh man... Sorry for 8x10 shooters. I sure hope the 4x5 Tmax remains safe and in 50 sheet packs.

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    Bye,bye Kodak!
    Hello Adox!
    The new ADOX Pan 400 will be available as 4x5,5x7 and 8x10 next year.
    Tri-X sheet film isn't available in Europa anyway.
    So,who cares?

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    Two years ago I made my last purchase from Kodak. I'm sorry, but I think Kodak is no longer a photographic company and thought that the only thing that my money was used to dismantle the film production.

    And I started using Ilford films and I think it's the best I could do. Kodak is just a name ...
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    Does no good to bash Kodak -- they've done a lot for a long time, and they continue to do a ton for us now (I shoot mostly 35mm and 120 but also have 4x5 and 8x10 cameras).

    I'm grateful to them for their wonderful, first-rate quality products. Has anyone done any R&D to produce a film like TMY-2 in the past decade?

    With respect to Bundesphotograph, and to answer his question -- I care, for one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bundesphotograph View Post
    ... Tri-X sheet film isn't available in Europa anyway.
    So,who cares?
    Actually, there are at least 2 retailers in the UK and 2 in Germany that sell Tri-X in sheets (4x5).

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    Bye,bye Kodak!
    Hello Adox!
    The new ADOX Pan 400 will be available as 4x5,5x7 and 8x10 next year.
    Tri-X sheet film isn't available in Europa anyway.
    So,who cares?
    I do care but don't care much for your arrogance.
    You don't really believe that the quality from the new Adox pan 400 will be comparable to Kodak's first rate Q&A do you?
    Not bashing Adox and Mirko, i will most likely try to keep my now precious stock of TMY going as long as i can shooting Adox Pan 400 in the future.
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    I had been thinking of getting a 8x10, will put that on hold and stick with 4x5 since it will probably be around longer than 8x10. I've got plenty of 4x5 in the freezer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anon Ymous View Post
    Actually, there are at least 2 retailers in the UK and 2 in Germany that sell Tri-X in sheets (4x5).
    Yes,but no 8x10!
    There is no Kodak 8x10 bw-sheet film available in Europe now.

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    I have mixed feelings on this. Even though I really like T-max film, and shot quite a bit of T-max 8x10, I never shelled out the six-bucks a piece for new film. They priced it out of my league.

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