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June 28, 2006

Fuji Discontinues Some Film Stocks, Raises Prices

The 28-June edition of Newsline International reports that Fuji will discontinue some film stocks as of 1-July and raise prices across the board. Price hikes will be applied in the range of 3-10 percent to 35mm, 120 and 110 formats, affecting both color reversal and color print. With the introduction of the FujiChrome PROVIA 400, the TRE BI 400 is being discontinued. Also impacted are some multi-roll packs and long film versions of PROVIA 100F, VELVIA and VELVIA 100F, due supposedly to decreased demand.

Posted by covey22 at June 28, 2006 5:14 PM