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Re: ISO 3200 from Kodak

Yes, N&T have a good selection, some odd ball stuff too.

One of the great advantages for film shooters is the opportunity to change the sensor every 36 or 24 frames, depending. I run 3 analogue cameras, the M6 has a roll of HP5 being pushed to 1600 (lighting is crazy for this at the moment) my Pen F has a roll of HP5 at 400, and my MX has a roll of Ektar. Sorted!

My 'Polaroids', or alternatively for moments when I'm in the mood for larking about, are my digital contraptions. Digital has its place.
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Re: ISO 3200 from Kodak

I came across this article about the Kodak Ektachrome factory in the USA and thought it might be of interest.

Popular Science - Inside the facility where Kodak brings film back to life.
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I came across this article about the Kodak Ektachrome factory in the USA and thought it might be of interest.

Popular Science - Inside the facility where Kodak brings film back to life.
The link leads (me, others may have a different experience) to some privacy settings. I have a tendency to hang-up when this occurs. Probably safe and something to do with recent EU legal thingamie.
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Opens straightaway for me. No warnings at all. (I use Kaspersky.)
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Re: ISO 3200 from Kodak

BTW for anyone interested even just for historical reasons in film, I do recommend The Kodakery, an awkwardly named podcast from what is left of Kodak in the USA.

They cover all sorts of things, including quite a lot on cine film and video which doesnít float my boat, but thereís some really good historical stuff on the early years of Eastmanís company, on film technology and history, and excellent interviews.
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