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    An increase in contrast from 0.5 to 0.6 would do the trick gaining about 0.15 log E (1/2 stop) in the mid scale. If this were to be done with all 3 curves changing by the same amount, then it would make fine prints on Endura with some color errors due to the change in the spectral curves of the dyes. As noted above, you would have to be careful about halation, and thinking about it, also about static. The rem-jet is also the antistat layer in ECN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudeofus View Post
    Unlike C41 and E6, the recipes and detailed processing instrcutions for ECN-2 have been published by Kodak. There is an interesting discussion here on APUG, too.
    I've not yet attempted C-41 processing, but have collected just about everything I need to do it. I think I need to do color consistently a bit before trying the ECN-2. It is definitely something on my wish-list, though.
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    The C41 developer is disclosed in several patents.

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    ECN-2 is also fairly well documented and available.
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

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    Unlike ECN-2, C41 dev kits are readily available for all these who don't want to home brew. This fact may be the main reason why Cinestill film is marketed as C-41 film despite the flaws and risks (as pointed out by PE) that such an incorrect development procedure will bring.
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    In fact I do not know about any small volume ECN or ECP chemicals kit.

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    There are no small volume Motion Picture kits.

    But, processing ECN in C41 with a push might adjust contrast such that good images are obtained for the average user. Try it. If you like it try more and more! After all, it ensures the life of analog.

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    It could be quite fun, the lack of remjet for antihalation could provide some neat effects when used intentionally. Heck, I immediately started wondering what it would look like cross processed in E6!

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    True there are no small volume ECN-2 kits out there but this does not preclude one from purchasing component chemicals and mixing it up for personal use on a small scale.
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

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    Gee. This is not really cross processing, it is sideways processing!

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