It's anybody's guess at this point. I personally use a number of sheet films which only Kodak can supply, such as TMax and Ektar. These have technical applications in the lab and no reasonable substitutes in my case. And I need these for income over the next decade or so. So I have a freezer, and in the meantime, restock my supply as needed, and hope for the best. Ilford is a great
source for black and white film and paper, but obviously not a player in the color market. I personally
feel that Kodak film would survive if they treated it like a simple for-profit balance-sheet company
rather than a stock market commodity, but then, there are a lot of serious infrastructure and supply
issues which no doubt need a critical mass just to keep moving. Time will tell. Won't stop me from
using their film while it's here. The quality is better than ever.