These are the photographic film packages Fuji is planning to discontinue next year


Here is the full list of photographic film packages Fujifilm is planning to discontinue next year:

March 2018

May 2018

Via Diyphotography

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  • No so sad :`(

  • Spy Black

    Well, at least we get Ektachrome back.

  • Zos Xavius

    Sad! 🙁

  • BdV

    So it’s just these packages they’re discontinuing, you can still get the film in other quantities.

    • Zos Xavius

      Those are some of their best selling film stocks. This is not a good sign or at the worst it is a move for them to just make more money without raising prices again.

      • BdV

        Surely it means they’re not making enough money off of these, that is definitely not a good sign. But I got the impression some people read this as a total discontinuation of these film types. It seems like that is not the case.

        • Zos Xavius

          Generally its a prelude to that. We will have to wait and see. Film doesn’t exactly have a rosy future.

          • BdV

            You are right, in this case it might be better to look at the past to keep up hope 😉

  • Brad Maestas

    It’s surprising that they’re doing away with the Velvia pro packs. They’ve been a mainstay item for so many landscape photogs. Definitely a nice price break over buying them as singles.

    • Spy Black

      I think the advent of 36, 45, and 50 meg cameras and matching modern-day optics makes that obsolete.

      • Antony Hands

        Any serious film landscape photographer is shooting medium format or larger anyway.

        • Spy Black

          Well, from the perspective of “doing what you know and love”, yes. I can’t fault that. Modern digital tech is so much better for that genre however.

          • Mike

            How?

          • jprandt

            because all whats important to him is pure resolution…

      • Brad Maestas

        And yet there are still those of us who like to have options and love the look, the warmth, and feel of 6×7 transparencies.

  • Bill Sylvester

    I’ve never even heard of Fujicolor Natura. What’s it like?

    • Pretty good, but also expensive if you aren’t in Japan.

      Actually, it’s a little expensive even if you are there.

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