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    I've used the 100F quite a lot and find I like it a bit more than the original Velvia. I also got some Velvia 100 to try and that was different to both the 50 and the 100F - it seemed like the real replacement for the 50. It was like Velvia 50 but much much better (for me they fixed the few things I didn't really like about Velvia50)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaddyQ
    ....they fixed the few things I didn't really like about Velvia50
    What things Paddy?

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    I read that David Muench uses the F100 version as his primary film; sadly, I also read that he is now using PS to correct images, as opposed to using filters. One look at his website, and you can see how much he has gone digital, with regards to inkjet printers.
    Robert M. Teague
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  4. #14

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    Quote Originally Posted by John McCallum
    What things Paddy?
    Mainly it's love of blocking up shadow detail to an unacceptable level (even on relatively low contrast days) as well as how easily effected it is by the tiniest amount of mixed light. And, of course, it's slow speed.

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