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    Quote Originally Posted by mark
    that shot is impressive. That was low light right?
    Nope, that was a sunny afternoon. Shot with a Minolta X-700 and a Tamron 80-210 zoom with a diopter. I had seen the poppies a month or so earlier, and was dtermoned to get some shots of the seed pods later. Spent a couple of hours trying to get best shots of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcallow
    That is very true. It is also one of the reasons many use it for copy work (that and the natural rendition of colour). It also has some of the best reciprocity characteristics of any chrome you could use.
    It's the best thing Kodak makes. Yes, including Azo. Use it before it goes away, as surely must all great films at some point. With the use of scanning digital backs replacing it for copy work, it's probably not long for this world. Architectural photography may be the only thing keeping it going now.

    It's also available in 8 x 10, another check in the "+" column.

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    Velvia 50 for saturation & DisneyColor.
    Astia 100 for neutral rendering.

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