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[filmscanners] RE: Best 35mm slide film?



I thought Astia was basically best suited for portrait photography because
of it's balanced rendering of skin tones under varing lighting conditions.
I give it a try for landscape and wildlife.  I don't seem to have any
problem scanning either Velvia or Provia.  John Rossi

That's been my choice for several years but this year I have decided to make
Astia 100F my standard, with Velvia 100F as my second, "punchy" alternative.
The extremely fine grain and rich shadow and highlight detail of this new
Astia
suggests it is a great outdoor film, especially for contrasty situations. It
also scans better than Velvia or Provia, with no cast (apparently).

Ed Verkaik

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