Agfa APX-100 Rollfilm is not "discontinued". its sold out --- as well as many products such as Rodinal(!). There was a literal run on Agfa products and stock following their insolvency announcment in June. Since its all right now up in the air its not yet clear what, if anything, will be made. Right now, at least, products such as APX-100 in 120 are NOT backorderable from Agfa and all all loose reserves are in the sales channels or customer hoards. Products like APX-100 in KB-135 (35mm) and APX-400 in KB and 120 continue to be available not because they are in production but because there was less of a rush to purchase (as many have) 1 years supplies in 2 weeks. This has even effected the supplies of colour (RA-4) paper, a product that is central to digital photofinishing (and Agfa machines continue to be hot and very much in demand). If there is ANY B&W film from Agfa there will be rollfilm. If there is not 120 film then there will most probably be no 35mm materials either--- and this probably includes all the industrial films that have as yet a digital replacement (such as microfilm documentation). MCP bulk rolls are not available so does this mean that Agfa won't ever be making MCP? If they will make B&W photographic papers they will make MCP. If they continue to make film (such as Vista which overwhelmingly dominate the European marketplace) I think they will continue to make B&W materials. Will they? The statement is not "Bye Bye APX-100 120" but the question is "What is the future of Agfaphoto"? All that is clear is that it won't be the same as it was before..

In a few weeks we'll all know more.. Know if in October the shelves once again fill with APX-100 120 film or if....