Old 10-19-2018   #161
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I loved that EPP 100 when it was available. What's the expiration date on yours?
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Old 10-19-2018   #162
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FPP Store is sold out. They shipped over 1000 rolls last week alone... now are waiting for another shipment due in 4 weeks.
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Old 10-20-2018   #163
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I loved that EPP 100 when it was available. What's the expiration date on yours?
Looking at my Lumiere stash, I'd guess about 2000-2001. Came from the same studio out of their freezer into mine.

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Old 10-20-2018   #164
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I'm 1/3 through my first roll and will finish it a week from tomorrow, then off the Bluemoon.
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Old 10-21-2018   #165
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Old 10-21-2018   #166
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I'm 1/3 through my first roll and will finish it a week from tomorrow, then off the Bluemoon.
John, looking forward to your results!

I will start an official Ektachrome E100 thread for posting. Sadly, I missed out on the first batch while waiting for some from my local shop.
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Old 10-23-2018   #167
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I managed to pick up a couple of rolls of Ektachrome, just as our sunlight is about to disappear for quite a long spell of course. This should be interesting – the last time I shot transparency film they were still manufacturing Kodachrome, lol.
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Old 10-23-2018   #168
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Looking forward to seeing first results with new Ektachrome film posted...

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FYI, if anyone in Portland is looking for Ektachrome they still have a few rolls left at Citizens Photo.
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FYI, if anyone in Portland is looking for Ektachrome they still have a few rolls left at Citizens Photo.

That's the thing. It seems by default people shop at the big name stores like B&H, and if they can't get something there they think it's gone everywhere.
When I bought my D850, it was back ordered at B&H for months and the conventional wisdom was that it was unavailable for a long time, but I bought mine after a one week wait from a smaller shop.
Same thing with this film. Call around to the smaller shops.
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It was funny as they didn't have it anywhere where it could be seen. So I wouldn't have known if I hadn't asked. But they only had a handful of rolls left and they didn't know how long it would be before they'd get more in. But to your point, I always like to support smaller shops when I can (although I think these guys actually process quite a bit of film).
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Huh?! Couldn't you find an old Kodachrome box?

It would set the internets ablaze!
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Huh?! Couldn't you find an old Kodachrome box?

It would set the internets ablaze!
Lol, right!

Yeah this is obviously from the old batch, but it still shoots well!
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Old 11-01-2018   #175
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E100's here!

000471120027 by Maryland Photos, on Flickr

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Old 11-01-2018   #176
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000471120027 by Maryland Photos, on Flickr

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Thanks for posting! On my monitor I'm seeing a slight green cast. Is that how it appears on a light table? Any chance of posting a colour corrected version?

The sharpness and contrast look very tasty...
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Old 11-01-2018   #177
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Lynn, sure, that was as scanned by the lab. Here's one version after auto colour correct in Photoshop. Will have to check the slide when I get it back to see if the color was from the scan or the slide itself.

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Same roll, different light.

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Old 11-01-2018   #179
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I still haven't found any! Last week B&H said they expect it shortly. Their web site says December. Their new print catalog does not even list it.

And yes, I see a definite green cast in the originals above. Of course this is far from a calibrated monitor.
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I just got my scans from thedarkroom. It's ok I guess.. I'll wait to judge it 100% when I get my negatives back so I can compare color and do my own scans (not a fan of thedarkroom's scans) also.. my pics probably aren't all that exciting

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I've ordered a roll through DecisiveMoment in Melbourne, should be here next week. Looking forward to comparing it to other emulsions.
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Old 11-02-2018   #182
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Many thanks to all who post samples from the fresh batch. I find the results very encouraging. My lab guy had me scared that the new Ektachrome was going to be rubbish. I 'll try it myself once it becomes available locally.
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Old 11-02-2018   #183
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Rubbish?? Far from it. Still waiting for slides to compare to the scans, but here's one more E100:

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Rubbish?? Far from it....

Glad, very glad he's proven wrong. I like very much what I'm seeing.

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Old 11-06-2018   #185
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Nikon F6, Nikkor 10.5cm f2.5 P.

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I got my second roll back today. It's even better than the first. I'll scan some later.. If it weren't so expensive, it could be one of my new favorites, but i'll probably stick to c41 due to cost.
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It will be interesting to see consumer reaction.
I anticipate accurate rendition and muted colors.

Will customers want something more "vivid"?
And will Kodak tweak it based on reviews?

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Here's some phone pics of my latest batch..

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Those look very nice, Brandon!
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Lynn, sure, that was as scanned by the lab. Here's one version after auto colour correct in Photoshop. Will have to check the slide when I get it back to see if the color was from the scan or the slide itself.

000471120027_cc by Maryland Photos, on Flickr

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You must be from around here, yes! Here's another one from the area with E100 fall colours. Also F6 and Nikkor 10.5cm f2.5 P.

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These are great and it is wonderful that you guys are posting!

In an effort to provide long-term organization of posting the new Ektachrome images, can we use this thread

https://www.rangefinderforum.com/for...d.php?t=166591

instead of continuing with a short-term thread in updates?
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I could go back later today and repost mine to the images thread.
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I got my second roll back today. It's even better than the first. I'll scan some later.. If it weren't so expensive, it could be one of my new favorites, but i'll probably stick to c41 due to cost.
Yeah, $13 a roll is a very steep price to pay. It's the same as Provia 100, but then again, I dont shoot that film due to its high price too. You can get 3 rolls of Fujifilm 200 for $100. Maybe not as fine grained as Provia/Ektachrome, but for that price I'll easily sacrifice some grain for cost.
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Yeah, $13 a roll is a very steep price to pay. It's the same as Provia 100, but then again, I dont shoot that film due to its high price too. You can get 3 rolls of Fujifilm 200 for $100. Maybe not as fine grained as Provia/Ektachrome, but for that price I'll easily sacrifice some grain for cost.
You didn't mean 3 rolls for $100, did you?
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Has anyone ever tried to process a kodachrome (k14) film using the Ektachrome process?
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You didn't mean 3 rolls for $100, did you?
Nope. $10. Sorry.
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