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    Take a look at www.kodak.com for the various Ektachrome films. There are LOTS of different types!
    -- Ole Tjugen, Luddite Elitist
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ole
    Take a look at www.kodak.com for the various Ektachrome films. There are LOTS of different types!
    There aren't that many films if 120 film is required:
    • E100G
    • E100GX
    • E100VS
    • E200


    As Ektachrome 100 is no longer listed there, I am assuming that E100G is very close to Ektachrome 100, or maybe identical?
    There is nothing like Scala? There are various alternatives!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans Borjes
    There aren't that many films if 120 film is required:
    • E100G
    • E100GX
    • E100VS
    • E200


    As Ektachrome 100 is no longer listed there, I am assuming that E100G is very close to Ektachrome 100, or maybe identical?
    Click on "Other EKTACHROME Professional Films" once you're in with the E-series. You get this page: http://www.kodak.com/global/en/profe....13.22.5&lc=en

    Only the E100S and E100SW are discontinued. E100 and E100Plus (EPN and EPP) are both listed as available in most sizes, including 120, 220 and readyload.

    I must have forgotten to mention how well hidden the information is...
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    Ole,

    thanks for posting this link. I really have overlooked the page. It surprises me that Kodak still offers so many different slide films.

    Long live analog photography.
    There is nothing like Scala? There are various alternatives!
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    I must admit that I am getting confused. I just checked what film I used some years ago for a parallel shooting film comparison of Agfa/Fuji/Kodak: Ektachrome 100 HC (EC). I cannot recall which version of Fuji film was in one of the 3 film magazines.

    Interesting comparison table on Kodak films
    http://www.taphilo.com/photo/kodakfilmnumxref.shtml

    As 100 HC is no longer listed on Kodak's web page, what might have been the aim of this film? High colour saturation? Cool tone? What might be the film in the current portfolio that compares to that one?
    There is nothing like Scala? There are various alternatives!
    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum228/...cala-200x.html

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