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    I've never used slide film - I print everything I shoot so I suppose print film is the best bet for me. And in recent times I've used nothing but Fuji film - mostly Reala 100 (love it) or Superia 400 for when Reala isn't fast enough.
    I did use about 10 rolls of NPH and a couple of NPZ for a wedding for friends and it was really nice.
    I really should grab some slide film and see what happens...
    *Minolta Maxxum 7 *Minolta Dynax 600si Classic *Minolta Dynax 5 *Minolta X-300
    *Minolta 28-105 RS, Minolta 50/1.7 (AF & MD), Minolta 50/2.8 Macro, Tamron 70-300
    *A passion to capture God's awesome creation

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    I mainly shoot print film and have a huge stockpile of NPS 160 in my fridge. I have shot Provia and Velvia before, Provia had really nice tones, but I definitely prefer the look of print films. And print film is so much more convenient.

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    I shoot slide or b&w - my fridge suply is made of almost just HP5+, Tri-x and a few Neopan 1600

    But sometimes i go for colour negative: 160VC and 400VC, or FUJI 400NPH
    Sandra



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