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Buying Eastman 100T 5247

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Can anyone think of any places where I can find old Eastman 100T 5247 stock?

 

Alternatively, how can a similar look be created using modern film stock?

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Film stocks start to deteriorate after 5 years in proper storage. So a stock made in the 80's, even if stored properly, won't look like it did back then.

 

EXR is easier to find, is a lot newer and does have a more vintage/classic Kodak look. There was a whole bunch of it on ebay recently, but it wasn't stored properly, so it was too risky.

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The 52 in 5247 means 35mm, I had some and ended up shooting it in my Eyemo I rated it at 25iso and it was pretty funky, I can probably dig up the shots in my personal archive.

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