Fujicolor C200 and C400 Return

Fujifilm has resumed manufacturing C200 and C400 film stock. Or have they? 

Some reports indicate that the the US version of C400 is being made by Kodak (!) and is a relabeled Ultramax 400, made in the same plant. Other reports say that the new film stocks are being made by Yes!Star in Nanning, China. C200 is an ISO 200 negative film, while C400 is an ISO 400 negative film, and it appears that only 36-image rolls are currently being produced.

Still having a new source of film is welcomed by the film community. Kodak and Fujifilm distribution is different, and reaches different markets.

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