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    http://www.amazon.com/Fujifilm-Fujic.../dp/B00005QF7H

    Pricey, but I really like this film a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Cole View Post
    Where can one buy Superia 1600? Is it still available in North America? I haven't seen it in years.
    Don't know about there, don't see it on B&H, so 'local' sources might be imported by the retailer rather than distributor.

    We just got some in from Fuji Australia.

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    Kodak is still rolling up Portra 800. It is an outstanding film!
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    I don't see any indication that there is any c41 film > 800 ISO that is still being manufactured anywhere. As I said in my initial post, Fuji Press 1600 was the last 1600 speed C41 film being made, and that was discontinued years ago.

    Porta is very expensive film. I think I'm going to buy a lot of Supra Xtra 800 and see if I can get it a stop or more. That stuff sells for ~$3-4 a roll.

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    -) Fuji Natura 1600 resp. Superia 1600 is still listed by Fuji.
    Of course being listed does not mean that it is still manufactured. But this applies to ALL films on the market.

    -) The rebranded Agfa film is much cheaper than the Kodak film.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jbwpro View Post
    http://www.amazon.com/Fujifilm-Fujic.../dp/B00005QF7H

    Pricey, but I really like this film a lot.
    Thanks for that, I'll try a roll or two and compare to Portra 800. I don't expect it to be quite as good but if it's close at an extra stop of speed it could be handy. I don't shoot enough of it to be too concerned about the price.

    Portra 800 is very good, and I can get it in 120 which is even better.

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    If it's listed on Fuji's website as a product, it's very likely still being manufactured. I went to Fuji's .au site to look for indications that they were still selling 1600 speed film there, to no avail (in fact Fuji doesn't list *any* 35mm film on their .au website at all). However, I did email their PR department so we'll see what comes of it...

    Thanks.

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    Fuji has many websites. They typically vary.

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    Superia 1600 listed on this Fujifilm site: http://www.fujifilm.com/products/con.../superia_1600/

    Listed by this UK dealer who will mail abroad: http://www.ag-photographic.co.uk/fuj...eria-368-c.asp

    and this one: http://www.silverprint.co.uk/Product...asp?PrGrp=2616

    who also now import Slavich B & W papers.

    Konica used to sell a 3200 ISO colour negative film but that, of course, is long gone. I think that was the fastest anyone ever offered.

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    Superia 1600 35mm still available in Germany without any problems so far, many distributors, but quite pricy, about 6 - 10 EUR, f.e.:

    http://www.macodirect.de/fuji-superia-1600-p-1443.html

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