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Thread: Should Kodak/Fuji rethink color sheet film for room temp processing?

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    Re: Should Kodak/Fuji rethink color sheet film for room temp processing?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sal Santamaura View Post
    I have no idea what the point of that statement is. Master rolls, contained in the robust "caskets" used for storage, can be shipped just as easily as anything else in today's transportation environment...
    Quote Originally Posted by tykos View Post
    i'm not saying it is an impossible task, everything can be done (almost) easily these days, just that it is a really pricey one in a market with tight margins...
    And the cost of that shipping might just account for 35mm ACROS II being priced at $12 vs $8 for FP4 Plus.

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    Re: Should Kodak/Fuji rethink color sheet film for room temp processing?

    KODAK X-Ray was LAST cut and boxed in Mexico

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