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    Quote Originally Posted by zenrhino
    ABAWPUG is completely unpronouncable.
    I can see you're not Welsh; they would have had no difficulties with that.

    Oh by the way: I'd get the Kodak EPY too. And since some insist that the question was about colour film, I'd bring a freezer-full of B&W as well.
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    Robert, when I started this thread, I really forgot about black and white film.
    But I guess it's ok for people to state their favorite black and white film, but since this is a color film forum, it would be best if they also stated their favorite color film too.

    So here are the rules of the thread:
    -if you are a BW fan, state both your favorite BW find and favorite color film.
    -If you are not, just state your favorite film (which would be color film anyways since you are not a fan of BW photography)

    I think this helps preserve this thread in color film forum.


    I'm not sure myself which film would be my last. But I can narow the selection right here:
    it would be reversal film
    it would be Ektachrome
    It would be an older Ektachrome (Pre E-family)

    I'm still discovering some of these emulsions, so I'm not sure yet (some experiences have been quite recent)
    but it would be one of these:
    EPR,EPP,EPN

    Now, by the end of this thread, I'm sure I'll make up my mind..

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    Kodak EPY. Same reasons as Pro 100T. For now, they still make it.
    If you are a fan of EPY, your are probably in luck because super8 production might help EPY stand as the last of the older Ektachromes.

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    Velvia 50 followed by
    Provia 100 followed by
    Kodak E100VS
    Kodachrome 25(To much hassle in this day)

    NPS 160 followed by
    Portra 160 followed by
    Kodak Ektar 25 followed by
    Gold 100

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    I like Kodachrome 64. I would have to send it to the last Kodachrome lab left in the world.

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    Tri-X like the model T Ford, you can get any color you want provided its black (and white). :-)

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    B&W: Tri-X
    Color: Fuji Reala

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    It would make things more interesting if everyone explained why they like the film they like

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    only one colour film...? My brain locks-up just thinking about it. B&W is easy tri-x.

    My reason for tri-x I'm stupid its easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed_Davor
    Robert, when I started this thread, I really forgot about black and white film...
    No worries, it gives me the "opportunity" to hammer on the B&W guys a little.
    Robert M. Teague
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