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    The Fuji news looks more like fearmongering by some parties. Misinformed (stupid) producers seem to push digital at an unhealthy rate though.
    The industry sources could be red.com or some other digital company. No official comment by Fujifilm yet, so let's hope for the best. Neither the various Reds nor the Alexa equal film (not even super8mm) imho. BTW since when has red become a good think in the US, what happened to red = evil communists.

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    it may be true that there's no official comment by Fujifilm, but how often does their official comment come out after everyone notices that the emulsion is out of stock?
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    If Fuji prices increase any more people will stop shooting it. I've been vocal about not quibbling when a film goes from, say, $3 a roll to $4.5, even though it's a 50% increase. But with Provia 400 being $15 a roll from some outlets and over $10 even from B&H they're getting up there to where most everyone will just not bother.

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    That is quite an understatement, Roger. I wonder just how many rolls actually get sold at $15... I doubt that many do.

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    I dunno. I'm about to order some from B&H for $10 because I can. If it was $15 everywhere I'd still buy it for that. There's no other 400 ISO slide film available, and it's a good film. But I wouldn't buy a ton of it. I did buy 10 rolls of E100G at about $10 each when it was discontinued. But, for one thing, I'm trying to shoot a lot of slides this year while I still can, not being convinced slide film will be around for the longer haul and, for another thing, I may be slightly insane.

    Not really insane of course, but I have more expensive hobbies.

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    ummm... no comment.

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    Ok, maybe I am mildly insane. But like I said, I wouldn't buy a ton of it. Three or four rolls a year, a few for special occasions, sure. Several rolls a month? No.

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    Been following this thread since it started, don't recall posting on it, though.

    Let's hope that Kodak will fare well through this process and it's possible to keep the whole current range of still film. The most critical to lose are Ektar and Portra. I am a mostly colour film photography and it would be a pity to lose such materials. And what's up with Fuji now? Rather sudden and shocking "news".

    I remember seeing an article linked from APUG about how film cinematography would come to an end in 2013/2014... A couple of days ago I went to the cinema and, well, 3D digital capture, and digital preojection. (Film was Abraham Lincoln, Vampire hunter). Movies look like videogames this way.

    I guess if we hadn't fell into a recession, this would have happened, but in a much "softer" way.

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    OMG, what a horrible concept for a motion picture! Poor Abe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    OMG, what a horrible concept for a motion picture! Poor Abe!

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    The previews were terrible. I couldn't imagine sitting through the movie.
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