120 format Ektachrome 100 update
Old 06-01-2019   #1
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120 format Ektachrome 100 update

Apparently Kodak will coat a trial batch of 120 format Ektachrome 100 in late July.

https://mobile.twitter.com/KodakProF...68973630214145

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I'm waiting, I have only use one roll of Ektachrome 100 (new), and the was because I've been ill. But I want to try this, I hope it comes:

35mm Ektachrome 100 (new):

EktaChrome 100 (NEW) by John Carter, on Flickr

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Oh, yeah, me too!!!

Thanks for the update!
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I'm waiting, I have only use one roll of Ektachrome 100 (new), and the was because I've been ill. But I want to try this, I hope it comes:

35mm Ektachrome 100 (new):

EktaChrome 100 (NEW) by John Carter, on Flickr

EktaChrome 100 (NEW) by John Carter, on Flickr
Hey, John,

How are you doing lately? On the mend? I sure hope so!
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Yes, the hip is fine but I had a medicine mess up at the hospital which has really goofed things up. But I am at least starting display signs of cogency.
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Yes, the hip is fine but I had a medicine mess up at the hospital which has really goofed things up. But I am at least starting display signs of cogency.

That really sounds like a bummer. Hope all goes well and you recover completely very soon.
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Yes, the hip is fine but I had a medicine mess up at the hospital which has really goofed things up. But I am at least starting display signs of cogency.
Oh, man... we have been there so many times...

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Did I read the word "hospital"? - Godspeed on your recovery -

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Thanks all, I'm doing better; hallucinations gone, balance almost back, still a slight memory problem but all in all I'm good. So soon I'll be back to Ektachrome. I've been shooting some C-41 and B&W 35mm, but I feel like a pitcher that has lost his fast ball.
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Thanks all, I'm doing better; hallucinations gone, balance almost back, still a slight memory problem but all in all I'm good. So soon I'll be back to Ektachrome. I've been shooting some C-41 and B&W 35mm, but I feel like a pitcher that has lost his fast ball.

This doesn't sound good at all, John. I hope you're soon over all of this and feeling up to some fun. Take care.


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Glad you're doing better, John. I'm delaying my replacements until absolutely necessary.


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