In your comparison of the Kodak 400UC to Fuji 160NPC, how is it that 400 speed film has similiar if not superior grain to the 100?
I am looking for the finest of grain negative film (how I miss Ektar) (this is probably the highest factor for me b/c I plan on enlarging these negatives to mural size photos). My other factors are warmth of color and contrast, as I will be shooting mostly landscapes and architecture (old world Italy). Finally, can someone direct me to an online vendor who sells Reala in 120 rolls? calumetphoto.com does not sell Reala. Thanks
mrcallow said:Most consumer films (including fuji's reala) have 'candy' colours (or a more plastic look).
mrcallow said:Kodak NC has very subdued pallette. I'm not trying to pick a fight or be a kodak apologist, but the characteristics of kodak's films can not be generalized along colour. NC, VC and UC are all different
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I think its great for people to ask questions about film. It is far better when they just buy a few roles and figure out how to use it and whether it will work for them.
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