Fun with Kodak Ektar 100 I am currently experimenting with Kodak Ektar 100 C-41 film. With Kodachrome 64 discontinued and E-6 slide processing getting difficult to find, having this new film from Big Yellow Father is a gift, most of the time. This film stumps me with blue skies. Ektar 100 is well as its name states, is available in 100 ISO only in 135 and 120mm format, it’s relatively cheap ($ 4.95 a roll at Film Plus ) and is the finest grained colour negative (C-41) film on the market. I picked up six rolls to conduct tests to see what I can get running the film through my gear. The first roll went through my Leica M3 with the shots being incident metered with Gossen Profsix Light meter. Great outcome from that session which can be found with my Webster’s Falls outing in late April. The most recent roll was exposed in my Olympus OM-2n a compact 35mm SLR with aperture priority ability and “off the film” metering, I have never taken a bad shot with this camera. All my lenses have UV
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My Leica M3 is seeing more action these days. I recently tracked down the proper lens hood for my Canon 50 f1.4 LTM lens and it is on the camera all the time instead of the 50 f2 Collapsible Summicron. I shot the three images below with some Kodak Tmax 100 processed in Xtol 1+1 and I can't wait to print from the negatives.