My first roll of Kodak Vision 320T

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Gimenosaiz

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Hello!

I want to share some photographs I shot with Kodak Vision 320T.
I must say that I really love the colors of this emulsion. I'm not sure if the grain that I got is more or less usual of this emulsion or there is another variables to take into account like expiration date (8 years ago); underexposure (darker zones); insuficient remjet removal.
Anyway, I love it :smile:

I remove the remjet following this procedure:

1. Soaking -> Three minutes at 38ºC (100ºF). It didn't produce pinky solution.
2. Sodium bicarbonate bath -> Two minutes at 38ºC (100ºF). I agitated it vigorously. It produced black solution;-)
3. Warm water bath (rinse) for another minute. I repeated this warm water rinse until I got a clear solution.

Nikon FA : Nikkor 35/2 AF-D : 85B Filter
Kodak Vision 320T : Tetenal Kit C-41 after remjet removal
Epson V800 / Epson Scan

1-5: Around 9-10 in the morning. Cold autumn morning in Madrid countryside.
6-12: Rainy and cold afternoon in Cuenca.
12-16: Around 11-12 in the morning. Near home.

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8. Some remjet traces ??


9. Some remjet traces ??


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¡Saludos!
Antonio
 

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Looks on point. Cine film is pretty grainy, at least the stuff I've shot over the years.
 
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Great colours and pleasing compositions (each of them) - well done, Antonio!
Not sure about some image artifacts (primary in the skies) - scanning issues maybe?
Hello, Andreas !
Thank you ;-) I enjoyed a lot !!!
You are right about the artifacts. I think they are mostly due to a deficient remjet removal.

Un abrazo!
Antonio
 

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Good results for ECN2 T film. Some scans are too high in noise.

Here is from resent roll of 50D (2004 batch) in C-41 kit (roll number 34 or so):

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Ko.Fe - „Good results for ECN2 T film. Some scans are too high in noise."
When there are under-exposed frames, image noise increases.

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Looks nice Ko.Fe. How did you remove the remjet?


I remove the remjet following this procedure:

1. Soaking -> Three minutes at 38ºC (100ºF). It didn't produce pinky solution.
2. Sodium bicarbonate bath -> Two minutes at 38ºC (100ºF). I agitated it vigorously. It produced black solution;-)
3. Warm water bath (rinse) for another minute. I repeated this warm water rinse until I got a clear solution.

Nikon FA : Nikkor 35/2 AF-D : 85B Filter
Kodak Vision 320T : Tetenal Kit C-41 after remjet removal
Epson V800 / Epson Scan
 
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Good results for ECN2 T film. Some scans are too high in noise.

Here is from resent roll of 50D (2004 batch) in C-41 kit (roll number 34 or so):

43825345230_9ca16b8c0a_z.jpg

Hi!

Thank you. You are right ... some frames are a little bit underexposed -> Noise

Nice example!

Kind regards
Antonio
 

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What ISO did you shoot at? In the batches of this film that I have, it shoots best at only ISO 80 or even lower, with development extended up to 5 minutes or so. Then there is very little grain, and color saturation is good.
 
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What ISO did you shoot at? In the batches of this film that I have, it shoots best at only ISO 80 or even lower, with development extended up to 5 minutes or so. Then there is very little grain, and color saturation is good.
Hello!
I shot at ISO 100. I'll try at 80 or 50 next time.
Thank you.
Kind regards,
Antonio
 
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