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Re: filmscanners: RE: filmscanners: Re: Rescans and archiving



"Arthur Entlich" <artistic@ampsc.com> wrote:
> Not to be too picky, but Ektachrome is a Kodak trademark, and Fuji
> therefore doesn't make any Ektachrome films.  You probably would be more
> accurate by saying all "E-6" processed films if you wish to include
> Fujichrome, although even the E-6 process is owned by Kodak, and Fuji
> calls their process CR-56 or something like that.

You've pointed out yourself that Kodak E6 and Fuji CR56 can be processed in
the other manufacturer's chemistry.  I take your point, but for the purposes
of discussion I was simply separating Kodachrome and non-Kodachrome.  The
vast majority of non-Kodachrome films can be processed in chemistry designed
for Ektachrome.

Rob





 




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