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    pollux,

    My point exactly!

    Positive thinking may not "save film", but at least it will make this forum more enjoyable; not to mention it will make the photography also more enjoyable. This way we are able to buy more film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pollux View Post
    all I see here is a list of negative sic, responses. people being a right bellend moaning and proclaiming the death of film on an Analog photo group. you are your own worst enemy. infact, some of you sound like co-intel pro from the photography corporations "i predict this will be gone" "oh that will die by 2012" get out and buy it. we know the new world order doesn't care about artistic endevour.
    Someone please tell me where I can get hold of fresh Fujicolor 1600 film. I have a few rolls left, but they are now expired and are thus no longer usable at full ISO rating (EI 1250 is what I normally rate it at when it's fresh, but I rate it at EI 800 when it's expired). I can't find this film for sale anywhere lately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B&Wpositive View Post
    Someone please tell me where I can get hold of fresh Fujicolor 1600 film. I have a few rolls left, but they are now expired and are thus no longer usable at full ISO rating (EI 1250 is what I normally rate it at when it's fresh, but I rate it at EI 800 when it's expired). I can't find this film for sale anywhere lately.
    http://www.adorama.com/Als/ProductPage/FJCUPR36.html

    It's gone! One of my favorite films of all time.

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    Dang, my wife was just over there.

    I had heard that specific distributors (countries) were ordering different products.

    Guess this is proof.
    Mark Barendt, Ignacio, CO

    "We do not see things the way they are. We see things the way we are." Anaïs Nin

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    Fujifilm USA product inventory updated

    Fujifilm USA has updated their website. The films listed are:

    Consumer negative:
    -Fujifilm 200
    -Fujifilm X-TRA 400
    -Fujifilm X-TRA 800
    link: http://www.fujifilmusa.com/products/...int/index.html
    *Fujicolor 100, Superia 100, and Superia 1600 no longer listed. Note that the current 200 speed film is not labeled "X-TRA", so it probably is a 3-layer film (strictly conjecture on my part).

    Consumer slide:
    -Sensia 100
    link: http://www.fujifilmusa.com/products/...ide/index.html
    *Sensia 200 and Sensia 400 are no longer listed.

    Pro negative ['portrait']:
    -Pro 400H
    link: http://www.fujifilmusa.com/products/...ait/index.html
    *As expected, 160S, 160C, and 800Z are no longer listed.

    Fujicolor Press:
    -Fujicolor Press 400
    -Fujicolor Press 800
    -Fujicolor Press 1600
    link: http://www.fujifilmusa.com/products/...ess/index.html
    *These are Superia films with a different label. Theoretically, Superia 1600 should still be available under the Press designation in the US, but I haven't seen any lately in stores. We'll have to wait and see. This is potentially good news for those who are trying to find Fuji 1600.

    Fujichrome [Pro]:
    -Velvia 50
    -T64 Tungsten
    -Astia 100F
    -Provia 100F
    -Velvia 100
    -Velvia 100F
    -Provia 400
    link: http://www.fujifilmusa.com/products/...ome/index.html
    *No changes here so far. No news is good news in this case.


    B&W negative:
    -Neopan 100 Acros
    -Neopan 400
    -Neopan 1600
    link: http://www.fujifilmusa.com/products/...ite/index.html
    *Neopan 400 is still listed.

    24mm (APS):
    -Nexia 400 (C-41)

    There are also some instant films as well.

    So the real deletions appear to be ISO 100 color print films and all pro color neg films except 400H (as was expected). Fujicolor 1600's status is still up in the air (listed on the webpage as Press 1600, but hard or impossible to find in stores in the US currently).

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    I hate to see this happen, I geuss just deal with it.

    Jeff

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    The UK's Fuji site is so out of date it still shows Provia 400F rather than 400X.
    Steve.

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