Hey, I have shot on 7229, not on 7218, but I am about to.
And I would be very interested if anyone knows what the main differences are between these two stocks. I have checked the Kodak website, but any more practical information would be much appreciated.
7229 or 7218
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Posted 29 May 2007 - 09:16 AM
'29 is designed to be lower in contrast. As a result, it looks slightly softer and grainier than '18 (contrast being one aspect that tends to hide grain and increase sharpness.)
Posted 29 May 2007 - 05:54 PM
Thank you David. All Kodak really said about the 29 is that it's soft. But higher contrast and a sharper image is definitely what I want. So 7218 is good.