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Re: filmscanners: Ektachrome E100VS bad?

>From: Roger Smith <rsmith@unb.ca>
        Anybody out there used Kodak's E100VS film?

I use this film in addition to Provia F and Velvia. I prefer Velvia for 
landscape.  The E100VS can be a little OTT in really warm light, but it is 
often very good in flat light that can make Provia F look dull.  I guess I 
tend to use it as a little bit faster counterpart to Velvia.  I frequently 
use it when I want to handhold shots, whereas the Velvia stays on the 
tripod.  Provia F is a little more versatile in recording beautiful light 
well but also being not bad for the occasional "people shot."  In cold light 
greens can look awfully bluish for my taste.

In short, it has its place among my shooters anyway. I'm glad it's not the 
only film out there, but I'm glad it's out there.

Joel W.
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