Fujifilm Film Update More Price Increases Coming June 1st

Fujifilm previously announced in February that prices for film will go up around 30% April 1st in addition to continuing to discontinue film. Now DC. Watch has some additional news from Japan about a price increase June 1st of about 30%.

Translated release:
FUJIFILM Corporation announced on May 9 that the price of photographic film products in Japan will be revised from June 1. Although no specific price is specified, the revised price is expected to be raised by more than 30%.

As the reason for the price revision, the company says that “high logistics costs and rising prices of some raw materials etc.” made it difficult for quality and stable supply.

Target products include reversal film “BELVIA 50” which has become a staple in landscape photography etc., color negative film “Fuji color SUPERIA PREMIUM 400”, and “filming simple lens with film with lens” etc. .

The target products for price revision are as follows. The numbers in parentheses are the size of the film.

Color negative film (135)
Fuji Color 100 

Professional negative film (135/120)
Fuji Color PRO 400 H

Professional negative film (120)
Fuji Color PRO 160 NS

Reversal film (135/120 / CUT)
Fujichrome Velvia 50
Fujichrome Velvia 100
Fujichrome PROVIA 100F

Film with lens (135)
Fuji color photography is a simple ace

B&H Photo also still has a lot of Fujifilm film at the original MSRP price while supplies last.

via DC.Watch

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