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    ISO 50, C-41 from CineStill

    I don't get too well on with Ektar 100. This looks like a promising alternative

    CineStill Film: Introducing "CineStill 50Daylight" - Fine Grain Color Negative Film

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    Re: ISO 50, C-41 from CineStill

    I would give it a try when they release 120 film. I don't shoot 35mm.

    Jorgen, what do you dislike about Ektar? It's my favorite color neg film, but I typically do not photograph people. Exposures really need to me pretty much on (similar to slide film) or else it can cause problems.

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    Re: ISO 50, C-41 from CineStill

    Exciting news, if as good as the tungsten film it will be amazing, and if you've never tried the tungsten CineStill film (still ok in daylight) you are in for a treat.

    Steve

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    Re: ISO 50, C-41 from CineStill

    Quote Originally Posted by GregMO View Post
    I would give it a try when they release 120 film. I don't shoot 35mm.

    Jorgen, what do you dislike about Ektar? It's my favorite color neg film, but I typically do not photograph people. Exposures really need to me pretty much on (similar to slide film) or else it can cause problems.
    Reddish skin tones (I do shoot a lot of people), but I should do some more experimenting. I've recently bought some more Ektar to give it another shot. There's always Portra of course, but choice is good

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