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    for those still using film cameras, what are your favourite print / slide film? i usually use reala 100 and supra 100. the supra has stopped production

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    Hard to say which is my absolute favourite....but for general use I suppose its Provia 400 or Velvia 50 (push 100)...no particular reason for them....the ease of availability I suppose.

    For print....Kodak NC 160 rated at 125. Never really tried anything else in this range...not too adventurous.

    For black and white....am a fan of the old Kodak Tri-X Pan (125 and 400).....I do venture into the TMax 3200 range quite often as well.

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    Hmm... I've got no particular favourites either. I use a wide variety of film for different purposes but there are a few that I don't leave home without.

    Provia 100F for general photography.
    NPH 400 for general photography and portraits.
    Fujipress 800 for stage performances or concerts.

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    Kodak Ektachrome E100VS
    Fujichrome Provia 400F
    Fujifilm Press 800
    Fujifilm NPH 400

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    CK

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    how much does it cost to develop a roll of slides (without prints)? and do you guys develop many prints from slides?

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    Fuji Superia Xtra for general use
    Kodak Supra 100 and 400 for serious shooting.

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