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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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    UPDATED Kodak or Fuji?

    What do you use?...Please excuse the fact that this in the Color forums. I was not entirely sure where it should go.
    Last edited by Ektagraphic; 07-17-2009 at 05:20 PM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Ok. Now I voted:

    more Fuji for C-41

    more Kodak for E-6

    more Ilford for black and white
    2F/2F

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    I shoot Kodak across the board. I would be curious to hear respondents' replies as to the printability not scanability of the Kodak or Fuji C-41 films. I much prefer printing the Kodak Portra films than the Fuji Pro 160 C & S.

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    I am an Ilford B&W guy for 80% of my shooting then Fuji E-6 for 15% then the last 5% is C-41 Kodak or Fuji.

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    For B&W, Kodak, occasionally Ilford for things that are uniquely theirs, like SFX and special order sheet film.
    For color, it's all Kodak all the time.

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    I shoot mostly Kodak C-41 and Kodak Black & White.

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    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    kodak across the board so far. well, except for acros in 4x5 and 120, cause its sooooooooooo cheap . and sooooooooooooooooo goooooooooooooood!!! I

    I've been experimenting with the Fuji Velvia 50, and have been rating it at 40 sometimes, so far with great results. the slight overexposure helps, due to my scanning of the chromes after processing.

    normally my regular films are TMX 100, TMY-2 400, and acros when I need a bit more contrast than the t-max gives normally. and because its cheap, the acros is getting the most use while i'm in school, and on a pretty serious budget.


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    I use Ilford for mono (flying the flag), equal Fuji and Kodak for E6, more Fuji for C-41.
    Last edited by kevs; 07-18-2009 at 02:51 AM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: simplify
    testing...

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    I voted that I shoot more Fuji Black and White. Neopan 400 & 1600 make up about 80-90% of my shooting.

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    Kodak only.
    Their films suit me best.

    Used Ilford exclusively for B&W, until T-Max appeared.
    And as for colour, never liked any of the other brands.

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