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    Your information appears correct Greg. I could have sworn there was one from 2002 as well. In any event, that should be it then. Mine is R-19 dated 1996. It is now published by Silver Pixel Press under license from EK.

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    That's a shame. I would love to have a current guide, mine did not come with the color chart or gray card since I got it used.
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    i guess EK has decided that most people are using colorcheckers anyway, and most people who might need it, can edit digitally...

    faster turnaround in workflow too. less people to pay too :o


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    Amazon has a number of Kodak color dataguides of several vintages available from US$0.01 and up, plus shipping around US$4.00. I have also seen them at the local Halfprice Books used bookstores.

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