Tom Hoskinson said:Since the thread topic is Ektar 25, I assumed fine grain, high resolution and ultimately, high enlargement capability was the goal. Apparently that is not the case.
Dave Miller said:I dont think that Kodak ever aimed Ektar 25 at the mass market, but they did target the amateur and professionals.
I, too, miss Ektar 25. Yes, it was primarily only good for outdoor shots in good sun, but man! what results you could get. I shot my first roll of it in the Grand Canyon and enlarged a shot for my father (who was a teacher at the time) to 20x30" and I am willing to swear that I saw no difference in the grain between that and a 3x5. It was just as clear and crisp, and full of color!Thilo Schmid said:In our context, of course. But obviously, we do not count - as Maket Force
I believe the problem is that Kodak always wanted to be a mass producer.
roteague said:In what way? Just curious.....
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