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    Quote Originally Posted by ntenny View Post
    Your mileage may vary, but I actually found I liked CR200 better at EI 160.

    It is really grainy for 35mm use, but it would probably be fine in medium format. It has a pretty strong yellow cast---I never found it to be unusable, but some users have had really messed-up results in that respect.

    I like Provia, but it would be nice to have a little bit of variety in the market and I'd be delighted to see Adox pop up in the E6 market.

    -NT
    Oh well. Doesn't sound that useful, which isn't surprising.

    I like Provia ok for some things but it's pretty contrasty for my taste for general use. If I shoot slide film I prefer Astia or E100G. I have 120 Astia in the freezer and I can get all the additional 120 and 4x5 Astia I want to pay for right now, but it will run out. I may have a roll or two of 35mm E100G, not sure - will probably pick up some more.

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    Currently there are no such plans. Rumour unfortunately ;-)

    But we are working on B&W reversal in some aspects. Maybe the informations got mixed.

    Kind regards,

    Mirko

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADOX Fotoimpex View Post
    Currently there are no such plans. Rumour unfortunately ;-)

    But we are working on B&W reversal in some aspects. Maybe the informations got mixed.

    Kind regards,

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    Heck, as long as we're begging, Ultra 50 C41. In sheets too. Then we won't worry about Ektar 100 or Velvia, or at least I won't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michel Hardy-Vallée View Post
    RSX 50.... Please.... Pretty please!
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    Ah well, maybe something to consider for the future. Thanks for the reply, Mirko.
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    If Fuji dropped their E-6, then would ADOX consider producing an E-6 film again?

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    Is it even within capability?

    Plus, they might have to produce chemicals too, since the supply of other brands, not to mention commercial processing, would probably dry up some time after.

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    Thank you Mirko for your input. Too bad, an E6 film from ADOX would be so great! There must be some Kodak equipment for sale at a good price soon...

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    It's not that easy guys. You can't just buy the machine and have it shipped over.

    My advice is to use it or lose it (Fujifilm).
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

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