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    Neopan SS too? I think it's always a bad sign when a film starts showing up at a discount. Seems to mean: "buy it now, clearance sale, stocks will not be replaced, bad news to follow" Seen this with the neopans, T64 etc.

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    Neopan SS is only discontinued in 36 exp if you read carefully, Fuji's recommended replacement for it is Neopan SS 24exp....

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    They won't make what they can't sell. In my market, Fuji products have thinned out anyway, thanks to high prices and poor sales. E6 materials are fading fastest of all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perkeleellinen View Post
    Translated: http://translate.google.com/translat...9.html&act=url

    Sensia and T64 we already knew about. Astia I thought was only cut in 35mm, now 120 and sheet is killed too. Neopan SS is also dead as is 160NC (160S) in sheets.
    160NC is 160C, not 160S, 160NS is 160S

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    I hope Acros stays for a long time.

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    Don't worry guys, it says Astia will still be shipped until March 2012. That means there'll be enough until the end of the world in December.

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    I'm not familiar with SS - what is it?

    I was ready the list, terrified that Acros would show up on it. I've totally fallen for this film the last few months.

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    I don't think SS is readily available in the US. I think it's a traditional grain ISO 100 B&W film.

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    Well it must be for the better. Because after all, every cloud has a silver lining.

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    I will feel depressed only if c41 film is not produced anymore whatsoever. So long as there is professional C41 film in ISO 400 and 100 I will be ok.

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