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    I'm sure with most Fuji Films 3stops are fine. It's hard to blow out the highlights on the pro line of films and a lot of folk, myself included, do this on purpose. This film should bring you 9 to 10 stops of Latt. and you very well may have found a new Style for you. I think you'll like the Sat as well.

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    I've pulled 14 stops in C41 before, if youre doing home chemistry there is not much of a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athiril View Post
    I've pulled 14 stops in C41 before
    No; you have not...unless by "pull" you mean something other than contraction.

    If you mean that you have been able to record a scene with 14 stops of dynamic range, then of course you can do that with color negative film...but this is not called pulling.

    Home vs. lab chemistry has no bearing whatsoever on the amount of contraction that can be applied to a color neg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2F/2F View Post
    ...Home vs. lab chemistry has no bearing whatsoever on the amount of contraction that can be applied to a color neg.
    Home processing does.
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    C-41 films can only take a certain amount of underdevelopment, regardless of whether it is being done in a dip and dunk machine or in a hand tank. Sure, labs will pull C-41 beyond 1/2 stop if you order them to do it, and sure, you can pull beyond 1/2 stop yourself. However, there is a point with C-41 beyond which one cannot achieve standard results in color and/or density, regardless of how it is processed. Hand processing makes development modifications cheaper to try out, but does not make good results more possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2F/2F View Post
    C-41 films can only take a certain amount of underdevelopment, regardless of whether it is being done in a dip and dunk machine or in a hand tank. Sure, labs will pull C-41 beyond 1/2 stop if you order them to do it, and sure, you can pull beyond 1/2 stop yourself. However, there is a point with C-41 beyond which one cannot achieve standard results in color and/or density, regardless of how it is processed. Hand processing makes development modifications cheaper to try out, but does not make good results more possible.
    You are right. Big difference between color and B&W when it comes to C41 processing.
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