Originally Posted by Ted Striker
Agreed. If you are not projecting, E100 offers very little over Ektar. I see nothing in the photos in this thread that attract me to this film, because I don't project. Ektar will be far less expensive, offer way more dynamic range, and is much easier to process.
There's a reason why slide film has been on a slow death spiral for many years and why labs have been disappearing. That is because few people project slides. That is the main reason to shoot E6 film and why hardly anyone does today.
On a scan though, the grain appears finer on E100 than Ektar. I made a couple 16x20 samples and the E100 was far smoother looking