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#1 Gabriel Rochette

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Posted 15 May 2007 - 05:52 PM

I'm afraid about exposure with the 64 T ektachrome stock !

I'm looking for the latitude of exposure when working with reversal stock.
In The technical data from Kodak I can't find this information.
Now if I work with negatif ...the latitude is an average of 3 stops over and under.
What is the latitude of the Ektachrome 64 T color 7280.
Please help me!!!!!!!

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#2 Chris Burke

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Posted 22 May 2007 - 06:25 AM

I'm afraid about exposure with the 64 T ektachrome stock !

I'm looking for the latitude of exposure when working with reversal stock.
In The technical data from Kodak I can't find this information.
Now if I work with negatif ...the latitude is an average of 3 stops over and under.
What is the latitude of the Ektachrome 64 T color 7280.
Please help me!!!!!!!

Gabriel Rochette



Although I have never shot this stock, not yet at least, I hear that it is indeed about 3 stops. You are probably better off exposing it a little under normal. Plenty of examples of it out there on the web. How much? I am not sure. Anybody else wanna chime in?

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#3 Mark Dunn

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Posted 22 May 2007 - 10:27 AM

The latitude of reversal is NOTHING LIKE 3 stops! More like 1/3. Are you confusing latitude with dynamic range, because colour neg won't respond well to 3 stops under or over, either.
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