Here's the results guys, i have sent some scans to Wittner-Cinetec for their reference.
I sent the films to the lab in Wellington (NZ) the day before they recieved a significant earthquake! I got the films safely back without too much dramas, luckily they had no major damage, but things got held up a little.
No i cant see any yellow whatsoever, so im happy with this film, while i certanly miss the fine grain of E100g, i cant complain about the grain with this film at all, colour wise, i dont actually see any significant difference to the kodak personally.
It also appears that the graininess of the picture can vary especially with exposure, for instance if there is alot of light in the background, or reflection from water, etc, it gives quite a grainy image, as an example the photo below:
However this photo taken on a rather fine day was fairly good grain wise:
This is a sample of the film strip, i was very surprised that Wittner has the equipment to add frame numbers!
On a side note, what would have caused this to my film? Is it the machine at the lab that would have done this?
My other film had similar damage except without the tear and it was before the first frame.
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