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    Fujifilm.com

    Judging by the fujifilm.com website,Fuji don't admit to making black & white film anymore - they don't get a mention.

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    Yes they do. Click 'Products' in the menu bar on their homepage.


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    Seems to be listed on the individual country Fujifilm websites. In the Fujifilm USA site, it's listed under Business and Professional Photography. In the UK version of the site it's under consumer film photography.
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    I found their global site weird for quite some time. At the momemt (a browser issue?) I can't see black and white films either. Papers are totally lost: The Photofinishing page links back to itself.

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    I think the .com site developers are obviously digital/colour film fans and have forgotten Fuji make black and white film !
    I have tried it on two browsers,so it's not a browser issue.

    B&W can be found on the individual country sites e.g. UK/USA but not on their global site.

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    So... what's your point? Shouldn't you just email their webmaster and complain their website doesn't work in specific parts and they fail to list their own products?
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    Heather....

    I posted a message to the the .com site before posting here.

    Posting to APUG was simply information sharing.

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    These are so basic issues. It is ridiculous that we consumer must inform the companies on such issues. I guess they just should do their homework. Seemingly companies don't look at their sites. I use the plural, because that is not a sole Fuji issue.

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    E-mail them, or forever hold your peace.

    I too also noticed this a while back and unfortunately just shrugged.
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

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