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    I want Neopan 1600 back!

    It looks like Delta 3200 is the only thing available in 120. Does anyone know how to lobby Fuji?

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    I want Kodachrome back but it ain't gonna happen.
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    Tri-x at 3200 looks great at 1600 looks even better

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    "I want Neopan 1600 back!"

    You are not alone!!! +1!

    I'm a Kodak fan, but TriX is no alternative at all. Just my 2 cents.

    Best - Reinhold

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    +3 (I have a few friends that also want it back). Shot some Tri-X today to see if I could get a decent 1600 out of it. We'll see, I never use it.

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    Neopan 1600 was one of the discontinuations that really hurt, along with Polaroid 55 and 665.

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    I really want Neopan 400 Presto back in 120!
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    Actually I found Neo400 just as good but unfortunately that is hard to get also.

    I do like the tonal scale for when I want something a bit different than my standby TriX.

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    Neopan 1600 was never available in 120
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    Yup, never was an option.

    Best bet is probably Tri-x or Neopan 400 pushed hard. But, you're never going to get the same look. That was a unique film. Delta 3200 is a soulless beast. Great on a practical level, if you want 120 and need the speed. Flat, dull, and has mushy grain. Good in XTOL if you're looking for a smooth look with minimal grain and good speed. But, I'd rather have Kodak P3200 in 120 any day.

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