Quote Originally Posted by iulian View Post
Probably Neopan 400 was first coated on 135 film base. If people buy it, they could coat it in 120. If the volume sold in the high volume market is like 10% of the volume before discontinuing it, they won't (and probably shouldn't) bother coating it again in 120.
Hmm, well, I guess I COULD buy some 135 400 but with the replaced chemical is it any good?

I just looked and prices are great for 135 haha.

It doesn't say ACROS only Neopan... I don't know the history, and I've always wondered why it had 2 names... Can anyone explain? And why would the 400 Neopan NOT be Acros?

Thanks


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