Kind of hard to justify an entire product line (Ektachrome) that only represents 1-5% of Kodak's film business. So it's no surprise that they are punting it -- the writing has been on the wall for a while, as Ektachrome product after Ektachrome product was discontinued.
Kodak wasn't kidding when they portrayed Ektar 100 as their replacement for Ektachrome when they announced it. That time has come.
As for the cross-processors, they don't really like fresh Ektachrome anyway. My daughter's favorite is Ektachrome 200 (EPD). Very nice coarse noisy grain. Obviously the only source is old stock on eBay -- but it's cheaper than fresh E100G.
Last edited by John Shriver; 03-01-2012 at 11:56 AM. Click to view previous post history.