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Re: filmscanners: OT-ish - Ektachrome E100VS

Joel Wilcox wrote:

> Right, but also don't use Velvia, or probably Provia F, or many other 
> more saturated films in such light either.  I would use Astia or plain 
> old Elitechrome in those circumstances.
> Joel W.
> _________________________________________________________________

Many people know the info I'm providing, probably Joel, as well, but in 
case others do not here goes:

Fujichrome Sensia II 100 is the identical film to Fujichrome Astia.

There is some conjecture that Astia has a slightly thicker film base, 
but I have been unable to either see it or verify it.

Unless brand name provides you with better self esteem, and therefore 
makes you a better photographer, if you are a regular user of these 
films, you can have considerable savings by buying the "consumer 
version" (Sensia II).  I have yet to note any difference in emulsions 

Fuji is so good with their color balance controls,. I'd be surprised the 
films are handled any differently at the manufacturing level or 
splitting factory.



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