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Fujifilm instant film - Fujifilm quick to dismiss rumours that they are to end production of their instant films.

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Fujifilm instant film

Fujifilm have been quick to dismiss rumours that they are to end production of their black and white instant films. Russ Gunn, Fujifilm's Senior Product Manager, has said that there are no plans to discontinue any of the FP-100B, FP-3000B and FP-100C instant films.

Press Release:

Fujifilm Professional has moved quickly to dispel rumours that the company is about to withdraw production of its popular black and white instant film.

Fujifilm's Senior Product Manager for Professional Film, Russ Gunn, explained the announcement: “It was brought to our attention that a number of websites were carrying 'news' of the discontinuation of some of Fujifilm's instant film. I would like to confirm that all current formats of FP-100B and FP-3000B black and white instant film and FP-100C colour instant film will remain in production and we have no plans to discontinue any of them."

Gunn continued: "We remain fully committed to the continued support of photographers who appreciate the quality and flexibility of real film. Fujifilm runs a variety of marketing activities based around real film, including the Fujifilm Distinctions Awards, the Fujifilm Student Awards and our online resource for film users, Choose-film.com."

The full range of Fujifilm Professional's film stock is available to buy online via the Fujilab website and for further details on the range visit the Fujifilm Professional website.

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