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    I also thought that Velvia 50 in 4x5 was discontinued, I read an announcement... Weird..

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    I have never ever seen a pro level Fuji film come in 24 exposures. Is it an endemic format to the Japanese market?

    A modernisation of old and tired box design is always welcome, and this was mentioned in a Retailer Briefing note in September 2012; this announcement merely confirms the plan.
    A number of films in formats were discontinued from November 2012; what's left appears to be subject to a proposed 25% price rise (!).
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    I agree I didn't know any pro level films came in 24 exp rolls.
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    If I read it right, I'm sad to see 5x7 color transparency sheet film discontinued. I don't even use it but it must have had a small but devoted following.

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    Feelin stupid here. On what products are the prices going up 25% in April?
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    Fuji news, Feb. 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by mark View Post
    Feelin stupid here. On what products are the prices going up 25% in April?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark View Post
    Feelin stupid here. On what products are the prices going up 25% in April?
    All the products that they are going to renew the package design. So, the Provia400X and the Neopan400 are not included.

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    So is Velvia 50 in 4x5 back??????

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    Quote Originally Posted by alarickc View Post
    So is Velvia 50 in 4x5 back??????
    No.

    http://www.bjp-online.com/british-jo...essional-films
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