Current Colour Slide Duplicating Films

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by ektachrome, Apr 14, 2012.

  1. ektachrome

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    Hello all.
    Now I have finally ran out of Kodak EDUPE, are there any more duplicating films for the E-6 Process out there?
    I do not want to revert to the d*****l method AT ALL.
    Kodak ones are preferred and they may be motion or aerial, as well as consumer/pro.
    Thanks a load
    Ektachrome:smile:
     
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    I've got a good amount of it. In sealed 35mm 20 packs and in 400ft reels. All expired though and I've never got around to play with them as I shoot b&w. If your interested let me know.
     
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    Have you tried normal E6 material, possibly pre-flashed and pull-processed to tame the contrast?
     
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    None available. I also have some well expired kodak 35mm and 4x5 in the freezer if you're interested.
     
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    Thanks guys and gals.
    i will think about your offers and will try pre flashing some e100g.
    Kodak do two AR-5 Aerial Dupe films but they are only available in 70mm.
    FYI, AR-5 is the same as E-6
    Thanks again
    Ektachrome