I love Digibase CR200. However, it is not a viable alternative for E100G, Astia, or anything else for that matter; the Freestyle description and sample photos are comically misleading. It has a strong yellow cast and very coarse grain (I'm talking about CR200 processed normally as an E6 film, by the way). It's made on a thin, yet untearable polyester base that I've heard can actually hurt your camera if you're not careful. I don't know why the film looks the way it does or what its history is (I've heard it's old aeronautic formula or something), but it's fun nevertheless. And cheap.
Originally Posted by Matthew Wagg
I do think everyone should try it at least once; if for no other reason, buy the 35mm double-pack for the awesome reusable film holder.
EDIT: To be fair to Freestyle, I checked a couple of other websites that sell the film and they have the same descriptions.
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