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    They are not the same films aged differently!

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    FWIW, my take is that EBX is a much better film for landscapes than E100VS, as it doesn't have the propensity to go blue in overcast light. It also does decent skin tones, something Velvia does not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pukalo View Post
    I understand your sentiments, but the images posted are SO different, any comparisons are meaningless. You need to shoot the same scene, at the same time, with both films, then post as examples.
    My htoughts exactly.

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    I could run 500 tests with the same shot taken in rapid succession on the two film stocks, processed in the same dev tank or separately in fresh dev chems, scanned with calibrated drum scanner and whatnot. Or I could just accept what I noticed and Ron confirmed: that these are indeed different film materials.

    Lazy bastard that I am I tend towards option 2
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    Never liked either for their wonky hue/saturation. Loved the sadly departed E100SW and E100GX.

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    I shoot both of these films and I both project and scan them, and I will say that Elite Chrome 100 does not scan as well as E100VS, that said, I feel that they both project quite well. Try projecting them and you will see the Elite Chrome 100 will look a lot better, IMO not as good as E100VS, but a lot better than it does scanned.
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