Petition update

The reply of FUJI

Francesco Gasperini
Lari, Italy

Apr 14, 2016 — Hi guys!
This time i'm here to show you all the reply which Fuji gave us.
The proposals by Florian Kaps were as follows:
1) Support Fuji to continue the production (placing a big order, helping them to globally promote the existing film formats)
2.Convince FUJI to produce a new kind of Packfilm for us as OEM product
3. The purchasing of the machineries from Fuji if 1 or 2 is not an option.

After few weeks the Fuji's management has finally answered!
Well, onestly the response is not much clear but is obviously something good in our undertaking because we're finally in touch with high rank people of Fuji.
In short Fuji tells that they have done their best to maintain the production of FP100C alive but after "circumstances beyond their control" they are forced to stop the production.
Fuji also tells this: "while we cannot continue to manufacture and market the FP-100C, we will continue to support the photographic industry."
I frankly don't know what they want to say with those words.
I obviously hope that they could help, with their "know how", to find a way to keep the peel apart films alive.

A reply letter to Fuji is on the way.
We're basically asking Fuji to help us, somehow.
If they don't want to keep on producing this films at least they could do something to avoid the death of this photography format.

The will to do something special for analog photography must be stronger than the rest.

We'll keep you posted
Francesco


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