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    Free to a good home - pickup Melbourne

    G'day all.
    I have 13 rolls of 36x 35mm color transparency film which I can no longer use.

    It's all E3 process high speed Ektachrome, been stored in the freezer lo these many years.

    Six rolls of EHB (balanced for Tungsten lighting).
    Seven rolls of EH

    All bulk-loaded into miscellaneous cassettes and stored in sealed cannisters.

    Let me know your interest and I'll PM a 'phone number.

    Peter.

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    E3 process?
    Wow, that's old. I'd be interested if anyone can give me a recipe, or if it can be crossed in E6 or C41?
    An awful lot of electrons were terribly inconvenienced in the making of this post.

    f/64 and be there.

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    There is a thread in the colour process area called E3 process, basically it says don't waste your time. So Pete what else did you find in the freezer, Eddie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMBooth View Post
    There is a thread in the colour process area called E3 process, basically it says don't waste your time. So Pete what else did you find in the freezer, Eddie?
    LOL
    Truzi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Croubie View Post
    E3 process?
    Wow, that's old. I'd be interested if anyone can give me a recipe, or if it can be crossed in E6 or C41?
    I can give you a recipe straight out of British Journal of Photography annual. I used to force these films to 1200ASA using that process.
    You've got quite a drive to pick these up from Melbourne NW suburbs, though.

    Peter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMBooth View Post
    There is a thread in the colour process area called E3 process, basically it says don't waste your time. So Pete what else did you find in the freezer, Eddie?
    You are such a wowser, Shane.

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    That's interesting. If tungsten Ekta. would probably be good for star trails but... E3?? Isn't that from the early 1970s?? Could it be souped in E6 or maybe cross-dressed?

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    Also this is Australia so sourcing raw chemicals for making E3 from scratch will be extremely difficult...

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    No we just use kangaroo piss, works on everything but you lose a little colour in Kodachrome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMBooth View Post
    No we just use kangaroo piss, works on everything but you lose a little colour in Kodachrome.
    And for softer tones in cross-processing: Koala dung?
    "Have fun and catch that light beam!"
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