This is quite astonishing.
I was walking through a promenade, entering a snazzy photography equipment store i usually command every now and then.
As i was looking around i saw a new batch of FujiFilm media.
I was already accustomed to the old FujiFilm media: Made by Fuji-Germany, certified 24X, 650MB and excellent quality burns (better than RiTEK at most cases).
So i'm taking a glimpse
And i'm thinking: "Nice, new 700MB FujiFilm."
Then i'm flipping it over
And i'm thinking: what the..? Cantonese?
Continue to examine
And then i glance at the CDR itself and i see:
Made In Japan
Bought some, of course.
The whole thing cost me about 0.68 dollars per disc.
1. The only TYs i got before were TDK Ultra-Reflex and they are only 650MB. Also got one Sony CDR which was 700MB.
2. TDK's CDRs were more expensive (almost 9 buck for 10 pcs).
These are certified for 24X (Smart-Burn limit: 40X) and so I think that we are getting the leftovers here in Israel.