Old 04-12-2019   #161
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No problem scanning E100
I dont think Ektar looks like this

Brooks Plaubel Veriwide 100, Kodak E100G, scan using my iphone 8 and dropping the film onto a light table, with nothing holding it flat!


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Old 04-12-2019   #162
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I've shot one roll and have another three or four in the fridge. From the little I've seen, I agree with the comments that Ektar 100 compares well with Ektachrome 100, though I have to give it also a whirl at EI 80 which seems a bit more promising. One thing that slide film does, even for those of us who don't project, is that it provides for a quick overview. It's as if you have a contact sheet without any need to scan the entire roll. It's more expensive but it saves time.
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Old 04-12-2019   #163
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No problem scanning E100
I dont think Ektar looks like this

Brooks Plaubel Veriwide 100, Kodak E100G, scan using my iphone 8 and dropping the film onto a light table, with nothing holding it flat!


That's cool, Huss!!
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Old 04-12-2019   #164
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No problem scanning E100
I dont think Ektar looks like this

I met up with a local photog who was selling some overstock he had (P400) but told me he had some 120 ektachrome. Too bad I was out of cash and could only grab 1 roll of E100VS and another of E100G. Expired 2007 and always refrigerated, yours looks great!


EDIT: Haven't shot E100 yet (waiting for 120) but a few samples I've seen under certain conditions approach Kodachrome in look. I do wonder that at Kodak they may nudged it a bit towards getting that look, within the design envelope of approaching E100G.
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Old 04-12-2019   #165
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I bought several rolls, now I'm just waiting for the snow to melt so I can use it.

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I bought several rolls, now I'm just waiting for the snow to melt so I can use it.

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Old 04-14-2019   #167
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Ok, it is Spring in some parts and warmer weather is ahead.

Reminder:

Have you stocked up on Ektachrome?

Who is shooting E100 this month? You know you want to.

I have been busy shooting 220 Ektachrome and I need to order some more 35mm E100 soon!

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I thought about getting a roll for this Easter in Santa Barbara, CA, but didn't order in time. We are having a late spring here so I have a couple of weeks. My hip is good and I'm almost back with the living.
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I think I'm finally ready to order some.

In June I'll be spending a long weekend Upstate right on the Hudson River.
If the weather is bad I'll shoot BW in my Nikonos, and save the E100
for our leaf-peeping trip in The Berkshires Columbus Day Weekend.

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I thought about getting a roll for this Easter in Santa Barbara, CA, but didn't order in time. We are having a late spring here so I have a couple of weeks. My hip is good and I'm almost back with the living.
Man, that is great news about the hip!!!!

Time to celebrate! But easy going though....

I cannot wait to see what you come up with shooting some new E100.
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I think I'm finally ready to order some.

In June I'll be spending a long weekend Upstate right on the Hudson River.
If the weather is bad I'll shoot BW in my Nikonos, and save the E100
for our leaf-peeping trip in The Berkshires Columbus Day Weekend.

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Cool! Gotta love a plan like that!
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I thought about getting a roll for this Easter in Santa Barbara, CA, but didn't order in time. We are having a late spring here so I have a couple of weeks. My hip is good and I'm almost back with the living.
Santa Barbara you say? Check /call Samy's on State Street, they carry film and are the same price as B&H etc:

https://www.samys.com/stores
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Just got my first roll back. Suffice it to say, I bought a couple more rolls!

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Great photos, Nick!


I'm especially impressed with the first and third.


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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.
Mmm, perhaps... The new Ektachrome 100 presents a more true luminescence of the light and colour - real colour - to my eyes. And so do most slide film. I shoot it because it shows the colour that was there on the scene. Or is it the contrast? Any ways, it's more real to me.
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Several posts mention high cost.
Currently the 135-36 film is available from various sellers for just under $13.00.

B&H has 1 roll with prepaid mailer for processing by Dwayne's for $23.95;
film only alone (without processing) is priced at $12.99 per roll.

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Only shot 1 roll of ektachrome so far but here's some shots straight out of the scanner. Tried to pick a variety of color pallets. Shot on nikon n8008s with 28mm 2.8 ai lens.
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Only shot 1 roll of ektachrome so far but here's some shots straight out of the scanner. Tried to pick a variety of color pallets. Shot on nikon n8008s with 28mm 2.8 ai lens.
Love these!!!
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Hmmm... my local camera shop has a nice n8008 for sale at $49..., maybe...
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Hmmm... my local camera shop has a nice n8008 for sale at $49..., maybe...
I know it's a bit OT and more appropriate for the GAS thread, but spend those $ on Ektachrome instead! Thinking about the film and processing keeps my GAS at bay.


Ironically, I thought I would first shoot slide with the Rolleicord with Ektachrome... and turns out I'll be as I just loaded the E100G roll I got the other day into it. Now, flowers aren't still here so it's time to look for other colorful things and maybe take a while to shoot it through.
Would like to get some friend on it, but life keeps them apart of my cameras.
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First frame, first roll. Just kind of a random street shot, but it shows that the film speed and the sunny-16 rule and the meter in the camera all seem to agree.

My first impression is that the character of the film is somewhat between Astia and Kodachrome. Looks more vivid than Astia.

I'm still working through some minor scan issues but the finished ones so far look good.

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Man, that is great news about the hip!!!!

Time to celebrate! But easy going though....

I cannot wait to see what you come up with shooting some new E100.
Yes I had a tough time with this one, medicine goof ups.

I'll be able to shoots some soon. I love some of my images from my first roll, but I thinking of fill flash for the early and late afternoon.

Like this one that would have benefited:

EktaChrome 100 (NEW) by John Carter, on Flickr
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Santa Barbara you say? Check /call Samy's on State Street, they carry film and are the same price as B&H etc:

https://www.samys.com/stores
530 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Telephone: 805-963-7269
Sorry, I didn't read this until I was back. But thanks, I have two children that live in SB so that is a good hint.
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My first roll. The reds just jump out at you. Great saturation. Not as fine grained as Velvia, but still excellent. First observations are all positive (excuse the bad pun).



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