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Old 05-25-2015   #21
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This is a pretty old thread and Michele seems to have vanished.
I would second the recommendation for Portra 160.

The real problem is finding a reliable lab for development.
C41 kit is easy to use.

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Luckily, my lab does a very nice job of souring & scanning. The Portra results look great.
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Luckily, my lab does a very nice job of souring & scanning. The Portra results look great.
What is "souring" or did you mean "souping?"
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What is "souring" or did you mean "souping?"

Yes, I meant "souping"
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Old 06-03-2015   #25
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I thought that was what you meant.

By the way, there is a question about Kiron lenses on the Fuji X forum that you can answer a lot better than I could.


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