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    Methinks sometime soon Kodak will be ceasing production of pretty much everything. Agreed, very sad...

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    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.
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    Be realistic. Accessible, quality E6 labs are scarce and pricey. That Kodak is still making Ektachrome at all is good news. This stuff wasn't selling.

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    Just like the song "Another bites the dust!"

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    That sucks. I very rarely use slide film, but this was my film of choice, primarily because it's cheap here.

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    Hate to hear that also.

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    That's too bad ~ i hope someone in the industry consider the viability of film as a medium.
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    I hope E100G isn't next in line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Cole View Post
    I hope E100G isn't next in line.
    It is inevitable, isn't it? Same film, just a different package and stock number effectively.

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