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#1 Angela Dalberiste

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Posted 05 October 2012 - 02:57 PM

Hello all,

Was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on a kodak stock that is similar to the Fuji 400t stock. I am shooting alot of day exterior, parks, beach, promenade, courtyards etc.

I also have a few scenes in a cafe and apartment which will probably be tungsten lit, a day apartment interior which will probably be daylight light with HMI's and daylight balanced kino bulbs. I also will be shooting in a library which has a mixture of daylight spilling in from large windows and tungsten fixtures. So a few night interiors with tungsten lighting, but mainly day exteriors and day interiors with daylight balanced light.

Thank you so much.
-A.D

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#2 Chris Burke

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Posted 05 October 2012 - 04:48 PM

Hello all,

Was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on a kodak stock that is similar to the Fuji 400t stock. I am shooting alot of day exterior, parks, beach, promenade, courtyards etc.

I also have a few scenes in a cafe and apartment which will probably be tungsten lit, a day apartment interior which will probably be daylight light with HMI's and daylight balanced kino bulbs. I also will be shooting in a library which has a mixture of daylight spilling in from large windows and tungsten fixtures. So a few night interiors with tungsten lighting, but mainly day exteriors and day interiors with daylight balanced light.

Thank you so much.
-A.D



There isn't a direct equivalent, but based upon what you said you would be shooting I'd suggest the '07 which is a 250 speed daylight stock and then the '19 which is a 500 speed tungsten for your night time shots. The Fuji Eterna 500T is probably the closest, but you asked for Kodak.
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#3 Stephen Murphy

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Posted 05 October 2012 - 05:28 PM

Or you could just shoot Fuji 400t.
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