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Ektachrome 100 is BACK!!!!


Nick Collingwood
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Unfortunately 120 film base is much thinner so it's not just a matter of cutting. If the 135 market is tiny, 120 must be well nigh invisible. Sorry. You can still get Velvia in 120.

 

35mm motion film is thicker it's true, not sure about the still films such as Portra 160/400. The thickness is variable though. Delta 3200 for instance is a very thick film. Most 120 cameras have some degree of tolerance for a thicker stock. The Cinestill guys are running 65mm film through 120 cameras even with the perfs and don't seem to be running into problems.

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