The return of Ektachrome - CES 2017

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Re: The return of Ektachrome - CES 2017

Post by Will2 » Mon Dec 18, 2017 7:24 pm

Last price I paid for 100D 100' rolls was about $45.


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Re: The return of Ektachrome - CES 2017

Post by Will2 » Wed Apr 11, 2018 8:46 pm

Kodak has gotten very good at teasing. Almost like Blackmagic.

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Re: The return of Ektachrome - CES 2017

Post by David M. Leugers » Sat Apr 28, 2018 7:43 am

Very interesting, shows how difficult it is to bring about a new emulsion in today's environment. No suppliers of needed chemicals is a real shocker, but Kodak, like Ferrania, are persevering in their efforts. I wish them well. I am a very big fan of the different Ektachrome emulsions over the years and would be very excited to see what they can come up with in the way of what they see as an improvement. The old E100D would be great even without any tweaks. One thought as to a silver lining (pun intended), the efforts to take the making of chemicals in-house might be an avenue for the reintroduction of Kodachrome... heh, I can dream can't I ?

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