Fujifilm 24 Exposure Superia and Fujicolor Rolls Replaced With 36 Exposures

The Phoblographer is reporting that Fujifilm is replacing their 24 exposure Superia and Fujicolor film rolls with 36 exposures.

“Fujifilm sent notice out today to retailers that they’re discontinuing their 24 exposure rolls and replacing them with 36 exposure rolls. This notice is specifically about their ISO 200, 400 and 800 rolls of film.”

Fujifilm has scaled back their film production by discontinuing multiple offerings and reducing their option for film. Here are just a few of the announcements that have been made previously 1, 2, 3, 4.

via Phoblographer

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