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I actually have no personal opinion on this, as I've only ever used various Fujichrome E6, and have never had any interest in using Kodak slide film.

I know there are some film users here as I have met many of you and just as I have expected Kodak has discontinued its line of E6 Slide film and there will be no more produced in the future. With Fuji leaving behind their Neopan and Astia we really don’t have much to choose from anymore. It is a sad day once again in film land but I know that there will ALWAYS be film to shoot because it will never ever die completely. Still, I say goodbye to Kodak slide films. Kodak says they will continue to produce Tri-X and their color Negative films. (). I suspect Tri-X will be the last man standing one day.

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    I know there are some film users here as I have met many of you and just as I have expected Kodak has discontinued its line of E6 Slide film and there will be no more produced in the future. With Fuji leaving behind their Neopan and Astia we really don’t have much to choose from anymore. It is a sad day once again in film land but I know that there will ALWAYS be film to shoot because it will never ever die completely. Still, I say goodbye to Kodak slide films. Kodak says they will continue to produce Tri-X and their color Negative films. (). I suspect Tri-X will be the last man standing one day.

    Yes, you read that right. This film, just like ALL OTHER KODAK SLIDE FILM is no longer being made and if you want it, you’ll need to find someone with frozen stock, or dig through the bargain bin at your local film lab’s closing down sale (an unnecessary jibe but that the reality we live in, folks).