Yes, I meant colour.
With all the adjectives I lost one....
Sorry, the 100D I assume was being referred to was E100D, Kodak's transparency MP offering. All negative films use remjet.
"2383/3383 Film is coated on a new ESTAR base featuring proprietary Kodak technology that replaces rem-jet with a process-surviving, anti-static layer, and scratch-resistant backing layer. This film has an efficient antihalation layer under the emulsion layers, using patented solid particle dyes that are decolorized and removed during processing."
AFAIK ALL negative film uses a version of rem jet. The first Fuji Movie negative did not but they quickly fell in line.
As you indicated static is a problem, for example 16mm Movie film in 100ft rolls still comes on a metal spool, while Microfilm comes on an almost identical plastic spool.
Colour Negative for movie use is always with rem jet, they have probably been tempted to use it for B&W also but the Labs would have been forced to change their processors.
If you mean ESP, specify it. If you mean ECN specify it. Otherwise it causes confusion.
Obviously that was implied by context, AgX.
HI Ron, Sorry of my post was confusing, I THOUGHT I made it clear that I was referring to the "Print" stock - ECP.
I am not sure of the VERY OLD Ektachrome movie film of the 1970 era that used Process ME-4 may have also had a rem-jet step that was the major difference between ME-4 and plain E-4 not that it matters much at this late date.