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    Fuji discontinues Velvia 100F and Velvia 50


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    E6 film is not doing well, for sure.
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    What's the difference between Velvia 100F and Velvia 100 without the F?

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    Leigh,

    Don't know if this helps or not:

    Velvia 100F
    Velvia 100
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    Thanks, Thomas. I had looked at those; mostly marketing hype.

    The suggestion is that the F is different from the non-F in its color rendition, compatibility with mixed lighting and such.

    Thanks.

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    Thank gawd Velvia 50 is still available in 135/120 formats!!!

    When those are killed, will be the day I officially weep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olwick View Post
    Fuji discontinues Velvia 100F and Velvia 50
    Again?


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    Sad... I have good memories of these films.
    I hardly shoot slide film anymore. Used them for scanning only and use a dslr now instead of that procedure. I found more pleasure in printing negatives since then, but will pop in a roll of Velvia next time round, just as a remembrance.

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    From what I can tell, roll film and 135 remains in production, except for Velvia 100F.
    "Often moments come looking for us". - Robert Frank

    "Make good art!" - Neil Gaiman

    "...the heart and mind are the true lens of the camera". - Yousuf Karsh

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