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01-06-2011
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[url=http://beta.news.yahoo.com/much-longer-photographic-film-hold-162516670.html]How Much Longer Can Photographic Film Hold On?[/url] Some [url=http://beta.news.yahoo.com/photos/film-s-last-stand-1306884752-slideshow/kodak-employee-dan-vandelinder-holds-roll-medium-format-photo-192105332.html]nice photos [/url]from the Kodak factory accompany this story of empire's end. -h. edited by bombilla on 01/06/2011
02-06-2011
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Film will be around for quite some time, vinyl was supposed to be done in the late eighties...at the latest, and yet I received two records just yesterday in the mail. Of course, Kodak will probably stop making film, but Fuji and Ilford have both professed their support for the material. Color film might eventually die because of the difficulty with home processing, but B&W will be around. Even Polaroid (Impossible Project) has been rescued. Of course there will always be people and articles that say otherwise, but enough people want to shoot film to justify atleast one company in the market.