Time to revive an old thread, it seems.
Things are moving on the film market.
Received December 6th from Fotohuis RoVo:
Some new products:
Rollei Retro 100 Tonal (PO100C) is available in 35mm, 120 roll film, and 4x5"- 8x10" sheet film. A real Orthopan film. Rollei RPX 100, RPX 400 the successor of the APX (Agfa Photo) films but with a small English gene.
Good news for the small user: D76 (Kodak) 1 ltr. Fomadon P W37 compatible and Xtol (Kodak) 1 ltr. Fomadon W27 Excel compatible in the Fotohuis program. Also the Fomapan Creative 200 (T200) is back !
The production of Amaloco Photochemicals AM74 is available as original in a one time HD Polyethylene 500ml packing for long life (2-3 years). This for the old Amaloco 500ml price.
FILM DEVELOPMENT, for this month B&W with extra discount: Eur. 5,75 !! (35mm, 120/220/127 roll film).
Rollei has announced they will continue to produce Rollei TLR cameras.
The Impossible Project is currently sproting three or four different instant films for Polaroid cameras.
Agfaphoto has announced the launch of Agfa APX (reboxed 2005-production APX, presumably) in the US, Kodak Ektar has seen the market since this thread was started.
Ars Imago in Switzerland have started a mail-in service for film developing.
MacoDirect in Berlin have updated their stock list and are now offering various payment methods and EU wide shipping. Within Germany, shipping apparently is only EUR 1.00.
That's a lot to take in!?
Anybody that can contribute more on the EU side of the film market?