There is a lot of talk in the genealogy blogs about the end of microfilm manufacturing. You might think that is okay, but what about the records that were microfilmed years ago by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the Mormans). These microfilm rolls are archived and available for you to order and have sent to either a local LDS Family History Center or if you live in the U.S., a local affiliated public library.
The issue is that when an order comes in for the loan of a microfilm roll, the original is copied, and the copy is sent to the library for your use (this is my understanding of the process). If new microfilm manufacturing is halted, how much longer can this loan process last?
They are in the process of converting much of their microfilm into digital files available for access online. The Greek records, however, are not on the list for near term conversion. I believe that is due to a lack of interest in viewing these records by those of us researching our Greek family history.
I have included a list below of records that are available (there may be additional ones). If you are interested, visit their website at FamilySearch.org - search in the subject area for Greece. They have very clear directions on how to order microfilm.