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#1 Jim Carlile

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Posted 09 April 2010 - 09:27 PM

Anyone want to start a list of which cameras will run the new Ektachrome 100D stock? It might be easier than trying to figure out the mechanics of the process.

Basically it will be any camera that is SMPTE compliant and will rate to at least ASA 160. I suspect the notching will be identical to the newer Plus-X.
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#2 Max Smith

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Posted 10 April 2010 - 08:03 PM

Anyone want to start a list of which cameras will run the new Ektachrome 100D stock?


Someone has already started one on the super8wiki - here:
http://super8wiki.co..._in_old_cameras

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#3 Jim Carlile

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Posted 10 April 2010 - 09:01 PM

It's a little incomplete right now, and presumes that Kodak will notch this at ASA 160T/100D with a notchless cartridge-- just like Plus-X-- which they probably will, though that differs from the other 100Ds out there right now.

Basically, any camera that will set its meter at the lower ASA of the speed indice with the filter pin pushed in, and will read as high as ASA 160, will be able to read 100D accurately.

The way you test is to just push your filter pin in and see if the exposure setting opens up a little, about 2/3 of a stop. If it does then your OK.
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