I've been watching a number of different YouTube and vimeo clips trying to get a feel for the 7203 (50D) and 7207 (250D) film stocks. As it's difficult to pick up on the nuances of each film stock by viewing clips online that may be of decent quality but are nonetheless compressed, I thought I'd see if anyone might be able to share their thoughts and opinions comparing Kodak's two daylight balanced color negative film stocks. In my case, I would be shooting S16.
From the few S16 examples I've seen, the 50D obviously has pretty fine grain and looks great, but in some examples it was as if the grain was so fine that the transfer almost had the appearance of HD video (albeit very good quality HD video) as opposed to film.
I suppose shooting 200T with an 85 filter is also an option, and I'd be curious if, for some reason, someone has a preference for shooting a tungsten stock with a filter vs. using a daylight stock. As I'd likely be doing most of my filming outdoors with plenty of daylight, so far I've been primarily comparing 50D and 250D.