Fuji Mailer expiration?

Discussion in 'Film and Processing' started by a._valerio, Jun 6, 2008.

  1. Are all Fuji slide mailers subject to expiration or only the onesmarked as
    such?

    There is no phone number on them to call. Dwaynes was little help.
     
  2. See this photo.net thread for the current address:
    http://www.photo.net/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=00HMnH
    I've heard of them honored decades after they were sold. You've just loaned them the price of processing a roll of film. If they're competent, they make more off the use of the money than they lose by climbing costs. Just don't wait until they stop handling film at all! (Yes, I see that as a possibility, but I don't think it's going to happen for a very long time.) I do see that the current mailers have an expiration date on them. I suspect they won't pay much attention to that until they decide to exit the business. That is, they don't want to owe small sums to thousands of people and have to deal with claims twenty years after they make their last 35mm film.
    Look at the expiration date as Fuji's current commitment to process film for that length of time.
    Van
     
  3. I like your line of thought! But, what do you base this upon other than current trends and your hope for the future (which is also my hope)? I just wonder why they would print them with an expiration date. Then again, Kodak did the same and they are still honoring them (Dwaynes is the processor there again).

    I guess we just hope...
     

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