Kodak Ektachrome film coming in 2018 and more film news



→ Thephoblographer reports that Kodak is working to bring back the Ektachrome film to market in 2018.


DC.Watch reports that Rollei and Agfa will raise their prices by 6%.



→ New Cinestil and Arfa film announced in Japan.


→ New Russian Foqus Type-D 200 B&W 35mm film announced.


→ New: Kosmo Foto Mono 100/36 35mm film.

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  • ZoetMB

    Sometime between February and now, 4 of the 10 Kodak film emulsions also got price increases (or street price increases). T-Max 100 and 400 is now $5.09, Porta 400 is $7.49 and Porta 800 is $9.09 for 35mm 36-exposure rolls at B&H. Tri-X 400 remains at $4.95, Gold 200 is $4.19, Ultra Max 400 is $4.29, Ektar 100 is $6.75 and Porta 160 is $6.75.

    Sheet film is really expensive. 50 sheets of 4×5 T-Max 400 is $128. In color, it’s $34 to $43.40 for just 10 sheets.

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