Why did you have to bring up Neopan 400 in 120.... it's early, but I will have to start drinking away the sorrow again.
Add my vote. I like to support the companies that look after and care about their customers, and I think Ilford does both. It's lucky for us that a company that is in it for the long run also happens to make great products.
I'll use Acros 100 until it runs out. It's good stuff, and I don't blame a film manufacturer because a bureaucrat wants to feel good. What would you do if Ilford had to discontinue an emulsion because an agency changes a rule? We are at the mercy of a lot of factors.
Does anyone else find it ironic that a company formally titled FujiFILM is advertising digital cameras?
But the mere fact they've kept the name should tell you something, esp about their at least keeping up appearances with corporate continuity. Maybe you folks who only shoot black and white
can do without them, but they're still very important in the color game. And ACROS is a homerun product in is own right. We all hate to lose a favorite item from time to time, but this is nothing new,
and as long as I can remember companies have been retailoring their lines. Blaming any single source
doesn't help a thing.
well you all have points to make but iford gets my bucks too a fine film must stay in the mix
Do you know which of these apply?
I know there was a thread on the demise of 120 Neopan 400 but it was never very clear to me exactly what the nub of the problem was
Every time I say that here someone challenges it, then someone else posts the proof. I don't recall the proof so if someone wants to look it up, go right ahead. I was content to drink in mourning.