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Saw this at my local Kmart photo centre the other day. 200 iso, "HIGH DEFINITION" film. What is so special about it? SL...

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    Saw this at my local Kmart photo centre the other day.

    200 iso, "HIGH DEFINITION" film.

    What is so special about it?

    SL


    TheTaipan Guest

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    Yeah, was wondering the same thing.

    T.


    Thomas Guest

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    it's better than the stuff they made 20 years ago
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    Andy Guest

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    "TheTaipan" <com> wrote in message
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    It is compatible with your high definition TV. Marketing !


    Miro Guest

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    TheTaipan <com> wrote in message
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    Maybe you can take a shot 3 stops under exposed, out of focus and it still
    looks great


    Graham Guest

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    I've been doing that for years but they never look great!
    Doug

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    still 


    Snaps! Guest

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    "TheTaipan" <com> wrote in message
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    Maybe a digital film. Just whack it in the back of the brownie, and shoot.
    Download using a new IR port thur the lens.

    Shane



    ShaneBooth Guest

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    http://www.kodak.com/eknec/PageQuerier.jhtml?pq-path=2/3/9/543/1094/1097&pq-
    locale=en_US

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    Graham Guest

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    Wow, they're claiming that it's the world's finest grain 400-speed color
    print film.

    http://www.kodak.com/global/en/consumer/products/techInfo/e7013/e7013.shtml

    Sounds impressive.

    What do others think?

    T.


    Thomas Guest

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    On Fri, 12 Sep 2003 13:20:13 +1000, "Thomas Houseman"
    <com> wrote:
     
    Sorry wrong link - the one being marketed on Oz is 200/27

    I've shot a couple of rolls - seems OK but nothing special.
    Vector Guest

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    On Fri, 12 Sep 2003 13:20:13 +1000, "Thomas Houseman"
    <com> wrote:
     
    Sorry wrong link - the one being marketed on Oz is 200/27

    Oops - make that 200/24

    I've shot a couple of rolls - seems OK but nothing special.
    Vector Guest

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    Vector <net> wrote in message news:<com>... 
    > Sorry wrong link - the one being marketed on Oz is 200/27
    >
    > Oops - make that 200/24
    >
    > I've shot a couple of rolls - seems OK but nothing special.[/ref]

    I've also wondered about this recently...

    I've had a look at the data sheets, and it looks like Kodak "High
    Definition" is just Royal Gold re-badged. From what I've read, Royal
    Gold is meant to be pretty decent especially compared to their "Max
    versatility" range...

    - Nick
    Nickle Guest

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