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Fujifilm Imaging Systems Co. announced Friday it will terminate sales of monochrome photographic film, with the last shipment expected to be in October, due to falling demands in the digital age.

The move will put an end to the Fujifilm group’s 82-year history of monochrome film production and means no major Japanese firms will produce black-and-while photo film. Photographers can still buy those produced by foreign firms in shops in Japan.

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