Kodak E100VS discontinued

By Andrew Hudson Published: July 20, 2013 Updated: September 5, 2013

By Andrew Hudson Published: March 1, 2012 Updated: September 5, 2013

One of my favorite slide films is going away. Kodak E100VS, which I used for red and orange shots (as opposed to Fuji Velvia which was stronger with greens and blacks), has been dropped by Kodak, along with E100G and Elite Chrome Extra Color 100.

“I’m confirming that we did send a notice to dealers today that we will be discontinuing our three slide films — E100VS, E100G and Elite Chrome Extra Color 100 — due primarily to significantly declined sales and usage over the years. I’ve attached the dealer notice. This does not affect any other films in our portfolio. All the color negative (Portra, Ektar) films and black and white (Tri-X, T-Max and BW400CN) films remain in our portfolio.”
Kodak, to Thephoblographer, Feb 2012

Sources: PhotoRumors>, The Phoblographer.

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