Fujifilm Reala 100 120 to be Discontinued

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Fujifilm is reportedly discontinuing their color negative film Reala ISO 100 in 120 format in the coming days.

Image via fujilab.co.uk

There is no press release yet over at the Fujifilm official website do not much details are known in the meantime. But rest assured, we’ll be keeping tabs on this development.

But just to be safe, we all better stock up on our film stash.

As a refresher, here’s a collection of shots taken by our community members using this lovely film.

Credits: tenerobambino, chilledvondub, tasha_dylan, callejuan & giov

All information for this article was taken from The Phoblographer.

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written by geegraphy on 2012-10-29 in #news #medium-format #discontinuation #medium-format-photography #film #reala-100 #fujifilm #120 #news #analogue-photography

4 Comments

  1. dollymixture
    dollymixture ·

    It's times like these that Lomography.com needs a "Dislike" button :(

  2. fish300
    fish300 ·

    жаль

  3. adam_g2000
    adam_g2000 ·

    @dollymixture true. However when I look for this on ebay, it's normally more expensive than the slide film and the Pro 160 perhaps it's time has just come. We should maybe think about using the slide film without X-Pro?

  4. saidseni
    saidseni ·

    @adam_g2000: That's what I'm doing with my slide films now, I feel bad to just x-pro when they are less and less slide films available... and I found out there is a reason why all say professional on the box! ;)

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