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    I haven't had any problems getting single rolls here in Oz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjaded View Post
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    Cool. You have Acros in 120? How much?
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    The 5 pro pack Acros 100 has been sold already for some time. Exp. 7/2013 is my latest batch.

    In Europe Neopan 1600 and Neopan 400 (now in all formats) are already discontinued. So the Acros 100 is the only Fuji B&W film now.
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    $3.99 a roll for single rolls.

    Quote Originally Posted by rich815 View Post
    Cool. You have Acros in 120? How much?
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    I don't understand why it's so expensive in 4x5 relative to its other formats.

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    I also do not understand their 4X5 pricing but also why is it the same price as TMAX in Canada and considerably less at Freestyle?

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    At Freestyle, TMAX 100 is $1.40 per sheet. Acros is $2 per sheet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redrockcoulee View Post
    I also do not understand their 4X5 pricing but also why is it the same price as TMAX in Canada and considerably less at Freestyle?
    Almost nothing in Canada is reasonably priced when it comes to film but you're right that Acros is a weird case for sure. The distributors for Fuji products are really out to lunch here overall. Sorry, I suspect some Fuji Canada people are probably on apug but the prices are out of whack, there is no other way to say it.
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    It's the same in Australia. I'd use it in an instant if it matched the price of other film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hpulley View Post
    Almost nothing in Canada is reasonably priced when it comes to film but you're right that Acros is a weird case for sure. The distributors for Fuji products are really out to lunch here overall. Sorry, I suspect some Fuji Canada people are probably on apug but the prices are out of whack, there is no other way to say it.
    They're oblivious to pricing on film products that make up a tiny part of the small Fuji.ca operation. Reps are focused on paper sales to labs and flogging new dry printing systems. They own the roll photo paper market in Canada now that labs are all but cut off from Kodak products.

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