"Initiative TXP 400/220"
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Old 03-05-2010   #1
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When Kodak cancelled TXP 320 (120/220) they brought to an end the era of black and white film photography in 220 format. This drastic decision led to my creating an online petition asking that they manufacture TX 400 (120) in 220 format also. As "FILM USERS" it is my hope that you will sign the petition just as I and other film photographers have.

If you choose to sign the petition, if it is not too much of a problem, I ask that you write in your own words how much this film is needed so that Eastman Kodak can gain a better understanding of our request. This can be done in the section that reads, "I support this petition".

The link to the petition is as follows:

www.petitionspot.com/petitions/TX400220/

Thank you,
Jamusu.

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