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The End of An Era: Fujifilm Bids Farewell to APS Film

After announcing plans to stop production of APS last July, the time has finally come to say goodbye to Fuji’s Advanced Photo System film. The 24mm cartridge film hasn’t been a big seller for some time, and after Kodak stopped production last year it was only a matter of time before it disappeared for good. And even though (metaphorically speaking) there probably won’t be a long line of mourners at the APS funeral, at the very least the film’s memory will live on in the APS-C sensor format that borrowed its name.

(via FujiFilm via The Verge)


 
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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=629012187 Mark O’Brien

    It’s about time.

  • Osmosisstudios

    “NOOOOOOOO…”

    … said the likely only person with a working Nikon ProneaS lying around…

  • Alan Dove

    And good riddance.

  • Nelmindo

    110 and now APS… noooooooo

  • Knur

    Long live digital photography !

  • Miki

    110 is back ;)