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FAQs - What film to use

J. Ramon Palacios (jrp)

Keywords: film, non_nikon, faq

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Moderate high contrast at ISO 25
KODAK EKTACHROME INFRARED EIR Requires filter & special processing
ISO 100 with red filter, 40 with green filter
KODAK EKTACHROME EDUPE Produces duplicates for Kodachrome and
Ektachrome, very fine grain and sharpness
KONICA INFRARED 750nm Fine grained, great for landscapes
at ISO 100 and red filter No 25
AGFA SCALA 200X For B&W slides ISO 200
Needs special processing
KODAK INTERNEGATIVE SO-320 For negatives for prints from 
Kodachrome and Ektachrome
KODAK VERICOLOR SLIDE SO-279 For reverse text slides
from color negatives

To further explore these or any other film that I could have missed, search fro these brand names:


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Originally written on October 29, 2005

Last updated on December 19, 2017

J. Ramon Palacios J. Ramon Palacios (jrp)

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Andrew Robinson (asrobbie) on July 6, 2014

Really interesting lists. I'm getting back into film and this will save a lot of trial and error, and cost. Thank you!

Emory Hall (ehall) on January 24, 2013

Will be in this fine article again and again, what a labor of love. thank you Ramon.

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