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#1 Chance Shirley

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Posted 11 May 2005 - 11:26 PM

A friend of mine wants me to help him shoot a short movie and says his first choice of stock is
Eastman Ektachrome High-Speed Film 7250, due to its look.

Of course, this stock is no longer being made, so we'll have to find a substitute stock. It'll need to be fast, so Kodak's current 100 speed reversal stock isn't an option.

I'm wondering if one of Kodak's or Fuji's 500 speed stocks might do the trick. Also, would under/overexposure and push/pull processing make a negative stock look more like a reversal stock?

Or should we just shoot on whatever and let the telecine colorist worry about it?

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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