Slow death of film

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Hmmm that's not good news!What about the likes of Ilford/Agfa/Konica/Fuji..........? Stable film wise I wonder........?
The comments below the article seem to suggest that the loss of the Kodak process is not as bad as it may seem. Mind you I have done no further research to back up the comments/claims

 

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Well, it is and it isn't. It means that Kodak, an emblematic brand within film photography, decreasingly has control over the manufacturing process and that overall demand is plummeting. Additionally, we're now seeing Kodak products which are only linked to the original company through the purchase of it's name.

It's inevitable but sad. The future of film may be boutique brands like Lomo.

 

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