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Kodak EKTACHROME E100 comparison #01: EI 100, EI 200 and EI 100 XPRO (35mm format)Kodak EKTACHROME E100 comparison #01: EI 100, EI 200 and EI 100 XPRO (35mm format)

Kodak EKTACHROME E100 comparison #01: EI 100, EI 200 and EI 100 XPRO (35mm format)

Kodak (new) EKTACHROME E100 comparison #01

EKTACHROME E100 at EI 100: Ricoh GR1s (C-41 cross process)
EKTACHROME E100 at EI 100: Nikon F100 + Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 AF-D (E-6 development)
EKTACHROME E100 at EI 200: Nikon FM3A + Nikkor 50mm f/1.2 AI-S (E-6 development)

Read the full Kodak EKTACHROME E100 first impressions review – EI 100, 200, 400 and 800 tested.

 

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  1. @KodakProFilmBiz @Kodak Oo, nice. Thanks for point me in the right direction 🙂

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  2. @KodakProFilmBiz @Kodak I’d xpro it! That’s sexy! #believeinfilm #ektachrome #xpro

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  3. @KodakProFilmBiz @Kodak Drats. I need to find one more roll so I can xpro too! Local stores are all out of stock.

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  4. Cross Processing in C-41????!!! That is like drowning a gourmet meal in ketchup and motor oil. When you consider all the technology and effort that was applied to make the beautiful and accurate reproductions it is a waste to cross process it. See my website. Please don’t be offended; just my opinion.

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    • Robert! How are you? In the name of thorough and complete testing, it had to be done. At its current price, I don’t see many people going out of their way to do this but of course, you understand the value of prior examples when people do. More to come 😉 Did you catch my first impressions review by any chance?

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  5. @KodakProFilmBiz @Kodak Definitely digging the XPro more than the E-6. Don’t tell @Givemeabiscuit.

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