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Thread: Fuji Kodak E6

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    E100GX by a long way. (Or E100G with an 81b filter when I remember to put it in the bag.)

    My non-scientific observation with no data whatsoever backing it up is Kodak for reds and yellows and Fuji for greens. Like the boxes they come in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edp View Post
    E100GX by a long way. (Or E100G with an 81b filter when I remember to put it in the bag.)
    Oh I agree, I just wish Kodak still made it :-( I have a freezer chock full of it but someday it's going to run out.

    Duncan

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    I'm jumpin on the astia bandwagon. Great for skintones, in sunlight, or with strobes. Got *just* enough warmth to keep skintones right. I'm leaning this way just cause even here in LA, most shops carry all the fuji stuff, but E100G(which is my go-to for E-6 in any size) is getting hard to find .

    but ordering in large batches helps, just hurts the wallet when you see $500 leave your possession when you stock up :o.

    for landscapes however, astia is great, and provia's terrific too. But my 'old guard' is E100G, and you can throw a warming/cooling/spec. effects filter on the front of the lens, and do anything pretty much with it.

    just my $.02

    -Dan

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