Well, not according to Kodak! Kodak has announced a new low grain ISO 100 film stock. I guess I’ll still have something to use in my old film bodies for awhile longer (I’m running out of refrigerated Ektachrome!). This new stock is suppose to be very low grain and therefore quite sharp. More details can be found on the Kodak site at http://www.kodak.com/global/en/professional/products/films/ektar/ektarIndex.jhtml?id=0.2.26.14.5.14&lc=en. Once I’ve been able to get my hands on a roll, I’ll publish my opinions here!
- Fotobug - Episode 186 - Interviews - Essdras Suarez - MJ AdelmanIn recent photography news, Micron hend as announced the end of the line for the Lexar retail brand. Sony’s new 20mp CMOS sensor has a reset function that reduces the rolling shutter effect. A roll of B&W film inside an Argus C2 camera purchased at an Oregon Goodwill contained images of the Mt. St. Helens […]
- Fotobug - Episode 186 - Interviews - Essdras Suarez - MJ Adelman
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