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View Poll Results: Which do you shoot more of?

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  • I shoot more Ekachrome than Fujichrome

    31 39.74%
  • I shoot more Fujichrome than Ektachrome

    39 50.00%
  • I shoot about the same amount of Kodak as I do Fuji.

    8 10.26%
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    I really like E100, but I buy whatever I can find cheap. If I had to pick a company, I would go Fuji because of Provia 400x.
    f/22 and be there.

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    I feel all alone out here shooting Ektachrome. It seems like more people shoot the Fujichromes. I like Ektachorme because I think that overall throughout all of the Ektachrome films, the colors are more realistic compared to most of the Fujichrome films.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    I feel all alone out here shooting Ektachrome. It seems like more people shoot the Fujichromes. I like Ektachorme because I think that overall throughout all of the Ektachrome films, the colors are more realistic compared to most of the Fujichrome films.
    Have you tried all the Fujichrome films? Each one renders colour very differently. I'm told Astia is fairly "realistic" in the sense of recording how the eye sees things, but I haven't tried it yet.

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    I have tried them. I also find that my Ektachrome that was processed in Fuji's chemicals is not as sharp as when it is processed Kodak.
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    Ektachrome 64T is the only chrome film I shoot. Thankfully, it's available in all formats from 35mm to 8x10. I sure do miss Readyloads, though.

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    @40 responses (sure, a very small sample size) it looks to be statistically dead even...
    Interesting! :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jedidiah Smith View Post
    @40 responses (sure, a very small sample size) it looks to be statistically dead even...
    Interesting! :-)
    I suspect that you might find a fairly even US (Kodak) vs R.O.W (Fuji) thing going on there as well.
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    Interesting that during the day yesterday Fuji was more popular. Overnight Kodak had become more popular. Perhaps confirming Aurum's idea.

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    Well I still am a Kodachrome shooter until the end. That said I have started to use Ektachrome E100G very nice film. For snaps I use Elitechrome 100 since I can get it at a very good price. So I would say I use more Ektachrome but I do like Fujichrome Astia 100F and Provia 400x.

    Jim

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    To be honest, now that I have an enlarger and room for the dark again, I am back to shooting more negs. Had shot almost exclusively chrome the last 2 years...and it probably was an even mix of E100GX, and Fuji Velvia, with a smattering of Kodachrome thrown in for nostalgia.
    Jed

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