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Fujifilm pulling the plug on black-and-white film and paper News 

Fujifilm pulling the plug on black-and-white film and paper

Fujifilm Imaging Systems Co. Ltd. officially posted on its website plans to discontinued monochrome film and paper, with the end of the Acros line being its Neopan 100 Acros film in October 2018. According to the Google Translate version of the announcement: Thank you very much for your patronage of FUJIFILM products from everyday. Fujifilm Imaging Systems Co., Ltd. (President: Toru Nishimura)... Read More
Kodak Alaris revives KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX P3200 Film New Products Press releases 

Kodak Alaris revives KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX P3200 Film

Multi-Speed B&W Film to be Available in March 2018 ROCHESTER, N.Y.  February 23, 2018 – Kodak Alaris announced today that it is bringing back KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX P3200 Film / TMZ, a multi-speed panchromatic black-and-white negative film. While the nominal film speed of P3200 TMZ is ISO 800, the “P” means it’s designed to be push processed to EI 3200 or higher. ... Read More
DP Review: Kodak reveals how and when it’s bringing back 35mm Ektachrome film New Products News 

DP Review: Kodak reveals how and when it’s bringing back 35mm Ektachrome film

DP Review writer DL Cade reports, in the most recent episode of the Kodakery podcast, company executives have provided some details on the previously announced plans to bring back Ektachrome. The episode is here: According to Cade, the first half of the podcast is mostly a photography and history lesson: discussing the origins of Ektachrome and how Kodak has managed... Read More
Kodak film production flat in third quarter Earnings reports News Opinion Press releases 

Kodak film production flat in third quarter

Although primarily a printing/graphic arts company, Eastman Kodak Co. is still producing a lot of film-based products these days, as well as licensing numerous products with the Kodak label. In its third-quarter earnings report, the Rochester, N.Y.-based company stated sales in its Consumer and Film Division were $55 million, flat compared last year. Operational EBITDA was negative $2 million, a decline... Read More
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