|Quoting Kc7mmi (Reply 1):|
When I do shoot film (it's rare these days) I shoot Fuji products as they are extremely high quality films. If you want ISO 100 print film, there is nothing better than Fuji Reala, it's the best. Finest grain, best color. If you need 400 speed print film, go for the Fuji Superia 400, again, a darn good film. If you want slide films, "go for the gold" and get the Fuji Velvia. The new Velvia 100 (NOT 100F!!!) is very good stuff, as good as the legendary & original Velvia 50 produced in the last 15 years
|Quoting Jwenting (Reply 4):|
For B&W I had to change from Ilford Delta 100 to Kodak TMax 100 as Ilford is out of business.
|Quoting Jwenting (Reply 9):|
hmm, my dealer hasn't had a shipment of Ilford film in half a year, keeps hearing they're out of business from his supplier/importer.
I had heard there were plans for a restart, but that's the last news I had.