It seems so!Also, Tudorcolor film is thought to be Fujifilm.
Thanks for the info! I'll have a look at what actually Fuji Japan is saying.I read recently in a newsletter from Firstcall-photographic, that Fuji are ending deals to manufacture film for other suppliers.
BTW, Fuji just announce new packaging design for its Pro products, or at least some of them!
True! But, as I said, the old distinction between first-class and second-class films is getting blurry. We never had such good films and with the ongoing shrinking of the film choice, I am glad we still have that choice. Remember, different brushes, different strokes. And to get a particular effect, you might want to use a budget film. As an example, I use Lucky Colour 100 (discontinued last Sept.) as it has soft colours and a 60's feel. Others have found out that Rollei CN200 creates a look reminiscent of the Technicolor films of the 40s.I don't use film cameras to save money and increasingly believe that if an image is not worth using a first-tier film on, it probably isn't worth pressing the shutter.