Kodak Black And White Paper Discontinued

June 16, 2005 | Mark Goldstein | Film | Comment |

As if you needed further evidence that film has been surpassed by digital, at least from a marketing point of view, Kodak have announced (well, more like whispered) that they are ending production of their entire black and white paper range. At the same time, the US manufacturer pledged to carry on producing both black and white film and chemicals - how confusing is that?

“Kodak will discontinue the production and sale of black and white photographic papers as part of its worldwide digital growth strategy,” said a company statement. “As the imaging industry transitions from film to digital technologies, demand for B and W paper is declining by 25 percent per year and no longer represents an attractive market for Kodak.”

Website: PDNOnline - Kodak Announces End Of Black And White Paper Production

Website: Fox News - Kodak to Stop Making Black-and-White Paper

Website: Yahoo News - Kodak to Stop Making Black-and-White Paper

Thanks to the several readers who let me know.