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    Quote Originally Posted by kwmullet
    Perhaps an archeologist from that far-flung future will gasp when they see the images they've processed and whisper to themselves, "how can it be? Tri-X?"
    But, they will be saddened to see that all the colors have faded away - one more lost chance to see how the world really looked in the old days.
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    Colour Film

    If I could choose only one colour film it definitely would be
    Velvia 100 in 4x5 or 120 maybe 135...it really depends upon the situation.
    Am I only allowed one camera?
    In that case...4x5 for now.

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    Fuji Reala, with it's fourth layer of colour, I would be able to accurately render the fantastic sky colours being thrown up as the world comes to an end.

    HP5+ as I can develop this with my eyes closed, this would be a necessity as I would at this stage, be blinded after witnessing the super bright colours of the sky!

    Mick.

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    hi,
    My favorite colour film is Fuji Sensia II 100 because ist cheap and good al purpose slide film IMHO
    favorite B/W HP5+ Because of the nice grain and feeling i've got with it.

    RJ

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    Fuji NPS 160 Pro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed_Davor
    ..so the sky was falling, the civilisation was at an end, and you were forced to leave your home for good in search of surviving human beings, and you must take one film with your camera, only one from your fridge. It would be the last and only film you would ever shoot.
    Which would it be? (past discontinued films count too)

    In a less dramatical expression: which is your favorite film of all time


    and of course why
    If it is really going to be just one film, then it would be Fuji NPH / 400H. Simply because there are so many more situations you can shoot with it than any other film and you would want to maximise the number of things you can shoot.

    Second would be Provia 400.

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