Quote Originally Posted by Colin Corneau View Post
That's a shame - there was a great razor-like sharpness to the grain of Neopan. It was my favorite 400 film (and the 1600 was even better, although too expensive for me to buy much of, unfortunately) and I miss it.
Thankfully, Kodak's restructured leaving some phenomenal quality film and of course the one and only Ilford -- even more choices there. Fuji's loss, really.
Big shame. I love Neopan 400. Still have a few dozen frozen rolls in both 120 and 35 that I treasure even more now! That said I am VERY happy with the four remaining high-quality alternatives: HP5+, Delta 400, Tri-X and Tmax 400, all capable of terrific results. Hope Kodak stays around but if not Ilford will suffice.