On Wednesday 07 February 2007 18:04, Mark Blackwell wrote: > > I greatly appreciated that kind of help and support companies that have > that attitude toward customer service. > I think this would the sort of stuff that would disappear if somebody did a leveraged buyout of the film division. That plus any products that din't make money. I'm sure Kodak still has the odd item that isn't cash flow positive. > > Personally I don't see the end of film anytime soon. Just as digital gets > better and better, film can too if research and development continues. Who > knows, there may be a process just over the horzion that is cheap, uses > Supposedly digital camera sales **dropped** 3% last year. Look at things like the Nikon D40 or the Pentax 100[Or is it 110?]. They're being forced to drop prices. I can't see a big push for digital R&D. The market has already matured. The big question is how much damage will the non-camera cameras cause? Cellphone cameras,video cameras etc. Many people find those good enough still cameras. Camera sales weren't robust prior to digital. All digital did was create an new cycle that may already be over. Nick ============================================================================================================= To unsubscribe from this list, go to www.freelists.org and logon to your account (the same e-mail address and password you set-up when you subscribed,) and unsubscribe from there.