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Fujifilm Will Discontinue Black & White Film Products

Better stock-up now

Digital photography has nailed the coffin shut for many analog film products over recent years, and today Fujifilm has sadly announced the discontinuation of its’ black and white film products. Although the Japanese imaging company has worked to improve the efficiency of production for these product lines, they have officially thrown in the towel for the Neopan 100 Acros products in all film sizes and photo paper. Confirming rumors that circulated around Japan last week, click here to see the official statement and full list of discontinued products. Be sure to stock up on some rolls now and stay tuned for more news from Fujifilm.

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