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Kodak Ektachrome 64 (EPR) 135-36, 64 ASA (EPR36US) Print Film
This film features very fine grain and very high sharpness. It is designed for exposure with daylight or electronic flash at times from 1/10,000 to 1/10 second with no filter or exposure adjustment. You can use exposure times up to 1 second with an exposure increase and a color compensating filter. You can also expose this film with photolamps (3400 K) or tungsten (3200 K) illumination with conversion filters.
Submitted by Heinz Anderle a Expert
Date Reviewed: February 6, 2008
Strengths: None in particular, but a good choice for those who prefer the cool "Ektachrome look"
Weaknesses: Slow speed and slightly bluish shadows
A classical E-6 slide film with cool to neutral color rendition, normal contrast and acceptable grain; comparable to Ektachrome/Elitechrome 200, which would provide the best replacement for this now (2008) discontinued film
Duration Product Used: 21+ years
Price Paid: $8.00
Purchased At: photo store in Vienn
Similar Products Used: Fujichrome RD 100, Sensia 100/Astia 100F, Agfachrome CT100i, CTX 100 and CT precisa 100, Kodak Elitechrome 100 and 200
Type of photography: Outdoor
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