With the production of the Fuji chrome T64 coming to a stop, many people worry about the future of tungsten alloy film. Well, don't worry because Logography now has tungsten film! Read more after the break.
Tungsten alloy film has been a long time favorite for night photography as the low ISO makes it good for long exposures. It also balances out the yellow/orange color that we usually get from street lights and generally gives a cooler tone.
A few months ago, Fujifilm made a few announcements regarding the future of their film line. Last April, they have ceased the production of the duplicating film, Fuji chrome CDU II and in July, they discontinued the Fuji chrome T64 tungsten alloy film. The reason behind the decision was that sales for duplicating films have been declining over the years and the sales of T64 tungsten alloy film has dropped off as well. They have decided to focus on the more popular line in the pro film range and continue to sell the discontinued films while supplies last.
Suppression of tungsten alloy film deposition on a semiconductor wafer bevel edge with a halogenated purge gas.