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Re: filmscanners: Ektachrome E100VS bad?

Kevin Power wrote:

> I've had superb results with it, but it was sent to pro lab for development.

E100VS is the only Kodak product I use these days, when appropriate.  It 
is, to me, nearly a faster Velvia analogue.  I've been pleased with it, 
and yes, the colors are quite saturated (V-ery S-aturated).  It is great 
for overcast days where you want things to still pop.  On bright days it 
is overkill.

I do not do my own E-6 processing anymore.

If you like it but find it too bright there is a less brilliant version 
called E100S and a warm version called E100SW (or at least there was...)

SOme claim it can be pushed to 200 and even 400 without much loss, 
making a Velvia like 400 ISO film, which might have a place in one's 



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