Fujifilm Management Responded to The Effort to Save Fujifilm FP-100C


Fujifilm management has responded to the efforts to save packfilm and, in my opinion, the future sounds bleak.  Nonetheless, the people behind the effort to save FP-100C remain positive. Fujifilm’s response of “while we cannot continue to manufacture and market the FP-100C, we will continue to support the photographic industry” does not sound good to me at all. You can read more about the effort here and here, but if you want to pick up what could be some of the last packfilm produced, check out AmazonB&H Photo, and Adorama as they have had it tricking in over the past few weeks.

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  • This is typical non-committal Japanese response. Means we made decision already but may consider your idea. It is Japanese way of not insulting petition and not allowing either side to lose face.

    If someone is willing to buy machines to make films then maybe consideration will happen in this case. I would not hold breath.