A&P New Kodak film

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  1. NSX

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    Does anybody have any experience with the new Kodak High Def film?

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    Is it siginificantly any better than regular film?
    Thanks. :wiggle:
     
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    I don't have much experience w/ film, but I think that this kind of film is for consumers. I mean, it works, but it depends what you what you r gonna use it for.
     
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    looks like a finer grain than other films of the same speed...just get iso 50 if you want no grain
     
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    They only come in ISO 100 200 and 400. But point taken nonetheless.
     
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    not sure what you're going to be using it for
    but for landscape and still shots, i really liked using fuji velvia, especially for autumn scenery. the saturation is VERY nice and really brings out the colors of autumn foliage. the down side is it's slide film so if you don't do your own developing, you'll pay extra to get prints...
     

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