Originally Posted by Timmyjoe
Really like what I'm seeing in this thread, very nice work everyone.
Question: If you're here in the States, where are you having your Ektachrome E100 processed? I've had great results from Dwayne's Photo in Parsons KS with Fuji films, but my last batch of Kodak they processed came out a bit wonky, color-wise (green-ish,magenta-ish tints). I'll be shooting a half a dozen rolls in March, and am looking for a trusted place to send them.
you may have a look at our thread about recommended E6 labs:
By far most recommendations for North America:
Excellent quality and service at low prices.
Back to Ektachrome E100: I've shot some further rolls in the last weeks. And now I am quite sure about this:
E100 is an ISO 80/20° film.
All my ISO 100/21° shots were a bit underexposed (Provia 100F with the same Nikon F6 body has always been perfect at ISO 100/21°, the F6 meter works perfectly).
Those E100 pictures I have exposed with ISO 80/20° are good concerning exposure.