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#1 Bob Hayes

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Posted 29 May 2005 - 09:39 AM

Fuji wants me to use Eterna on the film I'm shooting in Thailand. They ran out of 8672. Anyone have any experience with the stock?

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#2 Kim Sargenius

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Posted 30 May 2005 - 08:07 AM

Hi Bob,


Shot a few small tests a couple of months ago and was quite astounded - the grain of the old '72 has just vanished! Before I get too carried away, of course there's still *some* grain but boy does it blow the old SuperF 500T out of the water!

Contrast wise it has a few shades of '82 (low con 400T) ie, it has little bit less punch than the '72, with a hint of cream in the skin tones, if that makes sense : )


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