Fuji has been the dominant player in chrome film for a long time now - that's why Kodak finally ceded
that spectrum of the business to them. And digital has disproportionately eroded the demand for
small camera films versus sheet e-6 film, where a far bigger investment is required to even roughly
approximate equal reproduction quality, that is, unless you're tethered to a scanning back in a studio. Sad, because E100G was in certain respects the pinnacle of Kodak's own chrome progress.
Nothing new, really, however. Favorite films and papers have come and gone as long as I've been
around. One adapts, simply because there is no option.