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Re: filmscanners: Neg film for scanning
I knew I had forgotten someone. Yes, you are absolutely correct, I was
trying to remember the third major doing this, which is of course, Agfa!
I haven't noted much from Ferannia in recent years, at least in Canada.
Black's Photo here uses (last time I checked, a few years ago) Fuji.
Thanks for correcting me.
Hersch Nitikman wrote:
> Unless they have stopped doing it, Ferannia and Agfa have supplied a lot
> of the 'house-brand' films.
> At 07:59 PM 03/24/2001 -0800, you wrote:
>> Mike is right. There are no "supermarket" brands. 3M/Scotch used to
>> be a main supplier of these no-brand films, but I think they left that
>> biz. So most, if not all North American supermarket brands are either
>> rebranded Fuji or Konica/Sakura, both of which are decent films, and
>> even Kodak supplies some unbranded films now. Unless the printing is
>> in something like Russian or Iraqi, the odds of the film being
>> anything other than the 3 mentioned above, are close to nil.
>> Look to the processor if you find quality control problems.
>> (Off Topic) Art