I found a box marked 160C in my freezer that I have never looked in until today. In it are 2 rolls of 160C Dated 2011-1, 2 ROLLS OF NPH-400 dated 2003-7, and one Roll of Provia 100F ISO 100 Dated 2009-5. All in in the 160C Box which came with a Rolleiflex SL66 which I bought about a year or so ago. The film box was thrust into the film freezer and has happily lived there ever since. If you will send me your address I will gladly give this film to you. I don't know its history prior to living here, but it has lived here rather well. No charge. My presento to you as I will never use it. email@example.com
I add that at the Photokina show in September, this film was listed as available!
The film was both in the show case, and listed on the Fujifilm product flyers with the whole Fujifilm film range.
Here in Germany all film distributors offer this film. No problems at all to buy it.
If you have problems to get it in the US, consider to buy it in Europe. Lot's of European distributors do international business and ship film overseas.
So you know this telepathically, right? What with there being no announcement or anything.
Matt (tjaded) owns a store in San Francisco, USA that sells film and other photographic goods. So my guess is that he was really saying is that Fuji USA discontinued the Pro 160 film without any warning.
“Photography is a complex and fluid medium, and its many factors are not applied in simple sequence. Rather, the process may be likened to the art of the juggler in keeping many balls in the air at one time!”
Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2