Quote Originally Posted by NB23 View Post
The beauty, for us, about kodak being too big and having to produce too many films is the pruce.
Altough rather high, presently, imagine how much it will cost once a company will produce strictly to answer the demand. The roll will have to be somewhere around 15$, whuch will in turn kill the market.
What a load of "$%&. Ilford does not overproduce, has an excellent palette of B&W film stock yet their rolls don't cost much more than Kodak's, in some countries even less.
Quote Originally Posted by NB23 View Post
Let's nkt forget: there is a market for film at current prices, thanks to Kodak for over producing.
Film prices have gone up substantially for US folks yet the demand for photographic film stays flat - and that in the face of a double dip recession.
Quote Originally Posted by NB23 View Post
By following my logic, I realize that if Kodak dies, the whole market will die.
By following your logic, I realize that if I die, the whole field of photography dies