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View Poll Results: Which do you shoot more of?

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  • I shoot more Kodak C-41 Films

    39 41.94%
  • I shoot more Fuji C-41 Films

    24 25.81%
  • I shoot more of another company's C-41 Films

    1 1.08%
  • I shoot more Kodak E-6 Films

    17 18.28%
  • I shoot more Fuji E-6 Films

    42 45.16%
  • I shoot more of another company's E-6 Films

    0 0%
  • I shoot more Kodak Black and White Film

    37 39.78%
  • I shoot more Fuji Black and White

    17 18.28%
  • I shoot more Ilford Black and White

    34 36.56%
  • I shoot more of another company's Black and White Films

    10 10.75%
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    Kodak & Fuji for B&W.
    Centuria (sometimes Kodak) for C-41.
    Kodak & Fuji for E-6.

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    This poll seems to be shaking down the way I hear it from many people.

    1. Kodak leads in C-41
    2. Fuji leads in E-6
    3. B&W seems to be a rough tie between Ilford and Kodak, but the dust is still in the air.

    This is a good poll with lots of potential as a "market survey".

    PE

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    For 35mm I shoot Fuji C-41 and Ilford B&W. For 120 I shoot Kodak C-41 and Kodak B&W.

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    I like fuji 160s for neg, never tried the kodak slides so it's fuji there too, and pan-f+ and fp-4+ for b&w.


    I really have nothing against kodak I just prefer the other products. I should probably try plus x as well, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    This is a good poll with lots of potential as a "market survey".

    PE
    I absolutely agree.

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    It is interesting how in this thread, Fuji really wins the E-6 buissness, but in the thread that just covers E-6, they are pretty equal.
    Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post

    This is a good poll with lots of potential as a "market survey".

    PE
    In this particular online community; yes.

    The question is whether or not this online community is accurately representative of all film consumers worldwide.

    I have a feeling that most film shooters don't even know this Website exists, and don't go online for photographic education, research, or discussion.

    Additionally, the ones who do are probably of a much different level of obsession with photography than those who do not. IMO, this skews the useful results more than anything. Face it: Most people aren't like we are.
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    This is akin to a Gallup Poll. We don't reach everyone, but there is a reasonable statistical element of "truth" to what is going on. Of course, with so few participating in the poll, this makes the poll less meaninful. I wish more people would take advantage of it.

    PE

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    This is one of the best polls that we have had. Perfect, no, but while it is active we can see the trends.

    Steve
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    Likewise just voted,

    Shoot Kodak E-6 in both 120 and 220 (100 VS, and when I can find it G and GX)

    Shoot Kodak T-Max100 (35mm & 120), TXP320 (220 - only one still standing in 220), and Plus-X (35mm & 120).

    Never really liked the Fuji stuff, once or twice a year I'll go for Ilford Pan F Plus and/or FP4 Plus.

    So, it Kodak for me....
    (Saving my frozen stash of Agfa APX25 and 100 (now down to only about 4-5 rolls each of 35mm & 120), for that super special, once in a lifetime event, whatever that may be, who knows... )

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