Fuji Retires FP-3000B Instant Film

December 3, 2013 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Film | 0 Comments |
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Fujifilm has announced the discontinuation of its black and white instant film, FP-3000B. While the company admits that they have recently witnessed a "dramatic rise" in the popoularity of "many instant film products," the demand for this particular film has declined. Fujifilm says that it "will continue to market the colour instant film, FP-100C plus the full range of Instax cameras and associated films."

Fujifilm Press Release

Fujifilm announces FP-3000B discontinuation

Fujifilm Professional has revealed that production of its black and white instant film, FP-3000B is to cease.

Gabriel Da Costa, product manager for professional film, made this comment: "We have seen the popularity of many instant film products rise dramatically recently, in particular the new Instax camera, the Mini 90 Neo Classic. Unfortunately the demand for some instant film has declined, hence the discontinuation of FP-3000B. Fujifilm will continue to market the colour instant film, FP-100C plus the full range of Instax cameras and associated films."

The last shipment of FP-3000B will arrive into the UK in March 2014, for further details on Fujifilm's range of films visit,
http://www.fujifilm.co.uk/professional



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