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    Quote Originally Posted by pentaxuser View Post
    ........ The chromogenic 400( allegedly made by Ilford) continues so there is a demand for 400 Fuji film......


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    I have read that the chromogenic 400 sold by Fuji is actually Ilford XP2. It's not sold worldwide anyway; certainly not here in Oz and I think not in the US either.

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    What chromogenic 400? Do you mean Fuji has a chromogenic B&W film? I didn't know that. I do know that Fuji is still selling the Acros as well as color films in 120, so the backing paper thing never made sense to me. The chemical I heard blamed was PFOS.
    f/22 and be there.

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    In some parts of Europe they sell something called Neopan 400CN, and it's C-41

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    Just remind me. What is PFOS and where is this found in Neopan 400 that makes it unique to Neopan 400 120?

    Clearly it isn't in Acros or any of Kodak's or Ilford's range of 120s. I cannot get my head around what it is that is banned and unique to Neopan 400 120 only.

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