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    Fuji REALA (iso 100).....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    Kodachrome 64!
    I was wondering who the first person would be to say that

    Most consumer films are very very good. Just because consumers are so bad at photography and their cameras aren't worth their weight in dung doesn't mean the films don't use the same modern technologies pro films do. In a way I like them better especially for portraits because you'll get nice well colored, not over-saturated images which work well with skin tones.

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    I like Fuji Superia 200. It's not expensive and has tight grain that looks better when I print in the darkroom than when scanned .

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    Kodak Ultra Max 400. I shoot a lot of it when I'm on the road - when I run short I can almost always find an extra roll or two of 36 exposure at the local CVS. Back home I use a fair amount of Portra 400NC instead.

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    Another vote for Gold 200. (though I shoot almost no color)

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    Fuji Reala, Ilford XP2. Fuji Superia is OK too but I love Reala

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedrosolorzano View Post
    Fuji REALA (iso 100).....
    I was going to mention this as it is actually my favourite colour print regardless of 'pro' or 'consumer' status, but wasn't sure if it is a consumer film. How does one tell?

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    +1 for Kodak Gold 200, Fuji is hard to come by but I like Fuji Superia too.

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    I would of said superia 200 as well, but recently I tried Pro 160 for the first time....Well worth the extra Money (considering the amount of Colour film I shoot)

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    Hello,

    My favorite is the Kodak Portra film you can get in bulk at Wal Mart.
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    M3, M5, CLE, Minolta XE7, Minolta Maxxum 9, Minolta Maxxum 9000, Nikon F3HP, etc., etc.

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