Hello Sander,

Quote Originally Posted by sandermarijn View Post
True for continental Europe as far as I know. Fortunately I had enough stock to bridge the gap.

It's my favourite film and I'm sooo happy to see its return. Less happy with the pricing (paid 3.80 euros in June 2011 vs. 5.60 euros today), but I won't complain about that, unless I should want to complain about the world economy as a whole- rather a pointless act.
well, Fujifilm has to face two severe problems concerning costs and pricing:
1. The rising costs for raw materials and energy.
2. The exchange rate: The Japanese Yen increased by about 60% compared to the Euro during the last five years.
If we consider these factors, it is obvious that the price with the new production must be significantly higher.

Quote Originally Posted by sandermarijn View Post
Thanks a lot to you Henning for providing us with so much accurate information on this and on other subjects. In the absence of manufacturers letting us know what they're up to (talking Fuji and Kodak, not Ilford, obviously), people in the know like you are a joy to have around.
Thank you very much! I try to do my very best to give all of you the most accurate information.

Best regards,
Henning