Quick News – When Sony first announced the NEX-FS700, the appealing claims of a 4K future weren’t the only promises the camera maker intended to keep, as that equally alluring sub $10,000 price-tag and a June availability also made a resounding impact on future adopters.
Just last week, FUJIFILM announced plans to increase the price of all color negative, color reversal, black and white, and quick snap photographic films – a price-hike that would affect customers worldwide. Today, FUJIFILM North America was first to confirm region-specific details regarding the revelations, stating:
Continuing in the spirit of instant film and providing a nice follow-up to our last post concerning the release of The Impossible Project’s new line of ‘PX Cool’ films, comes an interesting look back at Polaroid ads from the 1950s and 60s, appearing in the middle of live broadcasts of popular syndication’s such as the iconic Tonight Show.
You may recall, we recently covered the story of two Polaroid enthusiasts, both bound seemingly by fate and their absolute love for the instant film, who hatched a plan to collectively save the format from fading into obscurity after Polaroid decided to cease the production of analog instant film products back in February of 2008.
At this point, the certifiably epic-looking conclusion to Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy should surely be On the Radar as a undeniable can’t miss watch, a notion re-enforced by the name of The Digital Visual’s new topic category. With that being said, if you’re reading this, you most likely fall into one of two camps – a person who chooses to bypass all trailers, footage and leaks from the film in the hopes of preserving a fresh visual experience. Or, alternatively, a person who just can get enough Dark Knight Rises goodness.