I don't see this stabilisation at all!As it turns out, the film business has fallen so far that it may have stabilized. As Mooney said, among professionals, “there isn’t that much digital incursion left.”
Either his figures do not fit, or he counts them apart. Eitherway I find this most irritating.At its peak in the late 1990s, Kodak sold about a billion rolls of film in the United States each year. Last year, it sold roughly 20 million.......But one product line continues to work for Kodak: the “one-time use,” or disposable, camera.... Amazingly, 31 million disposable cameras were sold in 2011.
I totally agree on the standing the name Polaroid still has.
But I got no idea what the title of that article is hinting at. Polaroid as manufacturer is dead. Kodak, Fuji and Agfa are alive. Learning to survive from a deceased??