Quote Originally Posted by Rudeofus View Post
One big difference I see is fixer pH for ECP-2D vs. C41, so in theory a C41 fixer would need some extra Acetic Acid to get its pH down from 6.5 to 5.8, otherwise you risk off colors.
Silly me, I forgot about pH. That being said however, why does a fixer pH difference cause color shift? I've heard of that happening with developer, but not with fixer.

Quote Originally Posted by AgX View Post
Cine print film is intended for cine camera negative film that has lower contrast than still negative film.
So your slides would yield more contrast than a reversal processed slide film or a copy on, now obsolete, still print film.
When you say higher contrast how much higher are we talking? Do you have contrast specs for e.g. Ektar 100 and Kodak 5207?
Because when I look at the sensitometric curves for these two, I'm seeing a Dmax-Dmin of about 2.8 and 2.6 respectively; for about 14 stops of dynamic range each. I could be wrong though.