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    Inside Analog Photo Radio - Ron Mowrey - Photo Engineer - Where Kodak Went Wrong

    Hello Everybody:

    We have updated iTunes / APUG / Facebook / RSS Feed with a fresh program featuring...

    Radio for February 18th 2012 - Ron Mowrey - Photo Engineer - Where Kodak Went Wrong

    http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i...io/id291806626

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    Only the Document Tree is evident in the XML link.
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    Does it also discuss what could go right from this point, especially considering Kodak's still outstanding film line up? Because frankly, in terms of what Kodak could have done, the past is done, it does nothing for me personally as a photographer...

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    Scott,

    maybe it's on the podcast, but what's up with Kodak and the "out of stock" on so many vendors' websites, esp. for 4x5 Portras? Are they going the way of the dodo?

    Rick

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    Great interview Scott and Ron. What a great insight into Kodak past decision making, it's no surprise they are where the are today. Good thoughts and prayers to all the retired Kodak folks, I hope you get a longer end of the stick.

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    Looks like Kodak is setting itself up for a hard fall...

    Man, now I gotta start either hoarding Tri-X or switching over to Ilford.

    Just when I start liking Portra...
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    Grrrr...I better listen to this after-all....

    Quote Originally Posted by EASmithV View Post
    Looks like Kodak is setting itself up for a hard fall...

    Man, now I gotta start either hoarding Tri-X or switching over to Ilford.

    Just when I start liking Portra...

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    Good work Ron and Scott, quite a problematic attempt at a transition for sure.

    Judging by the current scale of operation and the expected drop in motion picture consumables, it's really tough to say how this is going to look in even a year, let alone 2-3.

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    Great interview. Thanks to Ron and Scott.
    Charles Hohenstein

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    Coming soon from Scott, an interview between him, myself and Bob Shanebrook. Very interesting subject matter and it touches somewhat on this current interview.

    Thans all for listening and for your comments.

    PE

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