Kodak Film Prices To Rise by Nearly 13%

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  1. Ian-Barber

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    I found that the link led me to printing plates, not film. Have I mis-clicked?
     
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    Am I mistaken, or is it the plates which are used to produce the film
     
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    I'm open to correction, but I think printing plates are for lithography – printing on presses with ink. It may well presage an uplift in Kodak's other prices of course.
     
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    I think you are right on this David having done some more research, fingers crossed it will not create an increase on photographic film.
     
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    Fingers crossed indeed. Or support Ilford. LF was never cheap.
    I suspect that we import all our silver so Brexit (wash out your mouth, David) will be a factor.
     

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