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    Some months back, maybe even a year or more ago, I purchased some rock-bottom priced Voigtlander slide film from an online store. I think it was like 97 cents a roll. It was past its prime, though. However, the edge numbering is identical in type style and format to Fuji products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jd callow View Post
    Is there an english language link and is the chrome available in 120?
    http://www.voigtlaender.de/cms/voigt...san6m4e2l.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Howell View Post
    ...Kodak claims not to rebrand.
    They may claim this, but at least in Germany they do.
    A month ago I exposed 40 films of Paradies Dia 100, a german drugstore brand. They are identical to Kodak elitechrome 100.
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    My guess would be some re-branded Konica given the Cosina/Voightlander connection.

    I wonder if Mr. Kobayashi's (sp?) commitment to film photography has enlarged to encompass the media as well as the gear?

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    Originally Voigtländer films, plates and chemicals were made for them by Gevaert.


    The Voigtländer name is still German owned, by Ringfoto GmbH & Alfo Marketing KG. Ringfoto is known for re-branding Agfa and Ferrania film, and have a licensing deal with Cosina who manufacture the current Voigtländer rangefinder cameras.

    Ian

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    hallo

    @jd: the homepage of voigtländer is also avaiable in english. bit there is no big info about the films. but mail their support.

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