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[filmscanners] Re: Fujichrome Trebi



Does it open beer bottles and repair holes in socks, too?
;-)

This seems to be the everyman film that literally can be used for every
applications... slides, negs, you name it.  When does one have to make
the decision as to if its slides or negs, before or after development?
Can you change your mind mid roll? ;-)  Sounds interesting...

Art


David J. Littleboy wrote:

> Rob writes:
>
>
>>I haven't found anything in English about Trebi.
>>
>
> TREBI100C claims to use a "clear base" making it appropriate for slide or
> prints, and features "brilliant" "pure" colors. It's also claimed to be for
> use by a wide range of users, from beginners to professionals.
>
> TREBI 400 is a reversal film for "enjoying images of high quality". It
> features "clarity" and "three dimensionality" and is appropriate for high
> degrees of enlargement. This stuff is also for everyone. (I suspect that in
> the brocure at hand, the "for use by everyone" symbol is just for films that
> don't have at least one other symbol. Other symbols include "S" for soft,
> "P" for professional and "[/]" for sharp amd high contrast.)
>
> It's not available in 120/200
>
> David J. Littleboy
> davidjl@gol.com
> Tokyo, Japan
>


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