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I wonder why it's only the 100b they are stopping... very peculiar
the production of analog film isn't gaining much money any more. but it needs a lot of workers. so, like most other companies, they are trying to save costs. they reduced their choice of films altogether. last year they stopped fi-800gt integral film. the 3000b sells better than the 100b. so they kept the 3000b to have b&w material in stock.

last year there were rumours that they would totally stop producing instant film. but obviouly this isn't true yet. they reassured their european suppliers that there will be instant film in the near future.