cabbiinc 6:32am, 6 February 2009
Did you like it?
not in good order 9 years ago
I like it. It has very fine grain and I like its color rendition. I have an example in my photostream:
Viktoria apartment building on Cove
I like it too, but you have to meter it pretty carefully because the exposure latitude is narrower than most of the other C-41 films that I've used in the past.

Here are some examples from my photostream as well:






Power Lines
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The Dalai Lomo PRO 9 years ago
I just bought one today. Yay!! I will be using it with my LC-A. Wish me luck.
inetjoker PRO 9 years ago
I want the 120 it will be out next month...
cabbiinc 9 years ago
There's a rebate for Ektar in both 35mm and 120.
www.kodak.com/global/en/professional/products/films/ektar...
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The Dalai Lomo PRO 9 years ago
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Outdoors.

Cemetery Exit
Shade

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Indoors. Sorry this photo is a little blurry cuz I didn't use a tripod.

Camera used: LC-A+R
.. glory fades 9 years ago
ektar is bomb.
abstracted beef [deleted] 9 years ago
i think Ektar is one of the best films
mixed rifle [deleted] 9 years ago
Good to see that Kodak is still manufacturing film ( Key Words - Silver Hallide and others ). Thanks
dangerous turkey [deleted] Posted 9 years ago. Edited by dangerous turkey (member) 9 years ago
yeah I bought 10 rolls... stuff is excellent..

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MrDAT 9 years ago
In my Kiev
Sasha on Ektar 100
z gee PRO 9 years ago
I like it.
Here is an example.
Masonry


@Qualudez very nice light in the portraits!
inetjoker PRO 9 years ago
OK I shot a roll of the 120 in a Rollecord sent it off yesterday should have it back next week went to Clark.
SacrificedSon 9 years ago
I'm gonna try it soon but I'm not yet sure how to expose it. Some say box speed, others say ISO64. From the example pictures I've seen I've got the impression that some overexposure would indeed be a good idea. So ISO80 maybe? *confused*
inetjoker PRO 9 years ago
I shot it at 100 so we shall see My meter is most likely pretty close. Sunny with drifting clouds slightly hazy .. The American South in Summer.
cabbiinc 9 years ago
According to Kodaks site shoot it at 100 for daylight, 32 for "Photolamp (3400k)" with a No 80B filter, and 25 for "Tungsten (3200K)" with a No 80A filter.

wwwcaen.kodak.com/global/en/professional/support/techPubs...
tcd123usa PRO 9 years ago
I love Ektar! My local photo shop says it's flying off the shelves. Here's a shot I took with it:
a Vietnam vet and a consistent war protester

I have a whole set of Ektar shots here: www.flickr.com/photos/tcd123/sets/72157616354628093/
mgphoto.net 9 years ago
yep like it too, here is a sample in 120 format:

the great escape (2009_001_005)
Trevor Ducken PRO 8 years ago
I don't use it exclusively but I like it. Here is my example.

The Jenn Loves Mountains.
Foto Individuals PRO 8 years ago
Realy very good colours and deep contrast. The best for colour.
MrDAT 8 years ago
This week is the Kodak Ektar 100 theme in my One Roll A Week group. Anyone shooting Ektar 100 this week?
diligent chess [deleted] 8 years ago
i love it personally i need to upload a shot or two
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