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|>>> Eastman Ektachrome 7239<<<
35mm Motion Picture Slide Film
ISO 160 / 20 exposures per roll / expired 2005
- no DX code-
3 rolls = $23.00 plus shipping
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This is the wonderful, rare slide film Eastman Ektachrome 7239, a discontinued emulsion
which expired in 2005 but is still giving nice results as you can see
from my examples. It is an average-speed daylight motion picture film which was only
ever sold in cans of 100 feet or more.
I had the unique opportunity to acquire a bulk
roll of this film so I have made a limited number of rolls available
As you can see, my tests with this rare film
produced some nice results. When processed as regular E-6 the colors
are quite true and nicely saturated. When cross-processed in C-41 it
gives a crazy Yellow/Red cast somewhat similar to redscale film.
This film has NO DX Code so you MUST have a camera
that either allows manual ISO settings or one that automatically sets
the ISO near 160 when a code is not detected to use this film. It
expired in 2005 but has been kept cool
and dry since purchase.
keeping these rolls inexpensive by re-using old
film cassettes and sticking on an artsy label I've made just so you
know what's inside. Using a bulk loader I made rolls of approximately
20 exposures each, sometimes a bit more or less and as with most bulk
loaded film the very last picture of each roll will not be exposed as
that is where it is taped. This is NOT a stock product from Kodak and I
am not proporting to represent that fine company in any manner.
My Examples: These
were shot at ISO 160 with a Nikon F4 SLR and developed at my
local lab as regular E-6. Excepting the X-Pro example at left which was shot with a Yashica Samurai and processed as C-41.