I seem to use up more of the FP-100c nowadays than any other film. It's sharp, has wonderful, flattering skin tones, and you can even get a decent negative from it to scan in later.
Check out the many FP-100C examples at http://new55project.blogspot.com including the negative reclamation section.
If you can nab a little FP-100b before it disappears forever, you might want to go for it. Very smooth greys, ISO 100 and wonderful. Too bad it went out of production, but I see it on ebay and elsewhere.
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