Quote Originally Posted by cdkrenzer View Post
Hi Ian,

There's no truth to that rumor. Traditional films continue to be an important part of the our product portfolio. We have worked hard to create sustainable models for the traditional portfolios, which will enable us to meet marketplace demands well into the future. If you're looking for places to purchase and/or process Kodak film, our updated our Kodak Film App for the iPhone (https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/koda...568463694?mt=8) should be available by week's end. This Friday, we're also kicking off our weekly blog featuring photographers who use our films and why they love them (http://1000words.kodak.com).

Colleen Krenzer
PR for Kodak Film
I have to say, the Kodak app as it is, isn't very useful, it doesn't contain any info that's actually useful for photographers like reciprocity data, developer times etc. most of us don't use labs as we process in our own darkrooms. You don't list any info on discontinued films which MANY of us still have a large stock of. You have taken away all the home kits for color processing. In particular the E-6 home kit.

You don't support your customer base and don't seem to care about us the customers needs only what you want to push on us trying to force us to use overpriced labs.

All of this is only pushing us away from Kodak to other companies.

I also find it EXTREMELY rude that I've NEVER seen you post anywhere before but decide to chime in on a competitors post. Particularly the one who DOES care about the customer and interacts and listens to us.

This is a great example of why Kodak is failing... Stop being selfish, bring back home color kits and maybe we will have some common ground to build on.


~Stone

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