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#1 Alex Synge

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Posted 24 February 2009 - 03:07 PM

Just wondering if anyone here has had any good or bad experiences using Kodak Vision 200T or 500T in either the Canon 514XL or 1014XL-S cameras, particularly with regard to achieving accurate exposures.

Thanks in advance, and apologies if this is annoyingly broad question!

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#2 Alexander Zabotkin

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Posted 25 February 2009 - 02:17 AM

I have used these emulsions without any problems in 1014 XLS
For daylight shots with 7217 a filter notch can be broken for using a built-in CCA filter. But I've used an external 85 filter.
Don't worry about small overexposure. That's good for negative.

Hope that helps
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Posted 28 February 2009 - 10:02 AM

Thanks Alexander - that's a great help!

Cheers,

Alex

I have used these emulsions without any problems in 1014 XLS
For daylight shots with 7217 a filter notch can be broken for using a built-in CCA filter. But I've used an external 85 filter.
Don't worry about small overexposure. That's good for negative.

Hope that helps


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