Ilford Film Factory announced that it will continue to maintain film production
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Recently, the British-based film manufacturer Ilford issued an official company statement expressing Ilford’s approach to the new coronavirus. Although the statement covers all serious and important content, Ilford also took this opportunity to sell cute. The beginning of the statement is serious:
“As an international society, we face many uncertainties and future chaos. Although photography is not your top priority now, this is understandable, but we want Assure you that our factory is still in operation. We will continue to produce and ship our products for as long as possible, and we also want to protect the long-term future of our business and the wider industry.”
Ilford also emphasized that the brand will “closely monitor and comply with any recommendations issued by the British government “. In the end, they completed the statement in a distinctive, relaxed and pleasant way.
”Please remember that there are also a group of enthusiastic film photographers and magnification enthusiasts on social media. In this era of isolation, I hope everyone can rely on each other. If you want to save There are piles of “rolls” like things, we suggest you save more “rolls” that can be put into the camera. If you insist on needing “paper”, we suggest turning “paper” into you can zoom in in the dark room The kind. If your bathroom is also your dark room, please do not put our’paper’ behind the toilet or throw it into the toilet!”
Ilford UK factory panorama
Some people may find that here In this extreme period, perhaps this statement will be offensive or inappropriate. But so far, the response on social media has been positive. Most people appreciate the use of “store toilet paper” as a means of spreading. At the same time, they are relieved from Ilford’s dedication to traditional photography. .
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