And they've already repeatedly stated that they intend to retain actual mfg of those core product
lines we actually need. They still have a relatively strong presence in color neg film, TMax films,
and a variety of RA4 paper. Who gives a damn about amateur point n' shoots? They're not trying to
lose control at the manufacturing step itself. This is about marketing rights. I don't care how it's done as long as the quality remains. They turned over their chemisty a long time ago, and little has
changed except some odd pkg sizes. And they've already dropped E6 film. So no sense second guessing at this point in the game. If your nerves can't stand the anxiety do what I did, and stuff a
few years worth of film in your freezer. That's the only certainly you're gonna get at this point in time.