Fuji Japan Announces Discontinuance of Several Films

September 8, 2011 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Film | 1 Comment |
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Fujifilm Japan has announced the discontinuation of several film products. The decision concerns Fujichrome Sensia III 100 (35mm, both 24- and 36-exposure rolls), Fujichrome T64 (35mm, 36 exposures), Astia 100F (120, 220, 4"x5”, 8"x10” and 4"x5” quickload versions), Velvia 100F (4"x5” quickload type only; note that Velvia 100F is a different emulsion to Velvia 100, which remains in production), Fujicolor Pro 160NC (in 4"x5” and 4"x5” quickload versions) and Fujifilm Neopan SS (35mm, 36 exposures).

Source: Fujifilm Japan



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#1 Monochrome Eye

So it begins...

6:43 pm - Thursday, September 8, 2011