Anyone play with Kodak ProFoto 100asa?

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by Uncle Bill, Apr 14, 2006.

  1. Uncle Bill

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    Its a c-41 color negative film, not available in North America. I bought 6 rolls off a friend who got them in Kiev Ukraine. Its super saturated, almost slide film in characteristics, I have some photos I took last week up in my gallery last week with a Pentax SV with Takumar lenses. Since this is not available in North America, any recommendations on a subsitute?

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    Not sure if it's a suitable substitute, but I've gone through a couple of rolls of Kodak's 100UC (Ultra Color) print film. It sounds similar to what you are describing... maybe it's a North American version of the same stuff.