Film vs Digital - Dynamic Range

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you're right, thought it was high contrast
In reply to Zoltan2, Dec 13, 2008

Zoltan2 wrote:

It's a high-saturation but medium-contrast film, supposedly. I too
have shot a few rolls of it, all sourced from the Kodak booth at
Photokina, but I have yet to scan the majority of them.

Here's kodak's FAQ about it:

It seems to be kodak's negative film alternative to slide film and possibly a replacement for kodachrome but nopefully that won't happen. As long as you have light and a magnifying glass you can view a slide, the same isn't true for film negatives or a digital file.

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