Methinks sometime soon Kodak will be ceasing production of pretty much everything. Agreed, very sad...
"The richness of the experience that occurs when one is exposed tangibly to a subject, material, or process is unmatchable in the abstract... Thus, when 'touch it,' 'taste it,' smell it' become the watchwords, the results are most often extraordinary. Equally extraordinary are the lengths to which people will go to avoid [that] experience."
— Tom Peters and Robert H. Waterman Jr., In Search of Excellence, 1982
The Amatuer film probably sells very little, since the people who bought it are all digital now. The professional E100G and E100VS are probably better sellers since serious hobbyists probably bought the pro stuff, and a few pros like me still shoot it.
Fine Art Photography of Indiana and other places no one else photographs.