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"steve" <steve.rnr.nospambigpond.com> wrote... > hi all, wondering what there is in the way of tungsten balanced colour neg > film. have searched the web, but can only find slide films. > anything out there? As I understand, since the colour correction is performed at the time of printing, there is no need for a separate film that would have its emulsions corrected. You can learn more in rec.photo.film+labs. Victor...

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    "steve" <steve.rnr.nospambigpond.com> wrote...
    > hi all, wondering what there is in the way of tungsten balanced colour neg
    > film. have searched the web, but can only find slide films.
    > anything out there?
    As I understand, since the colour correction is performed at the time
    of printing, there is no need for a separate film that would have its
    emulsions corrected. You can learn more in rec.photo.film+labs.

    Victor


    Victor Bazarov Guest

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    "Victor Bazarov" <v.AbazarovattAbi.com> wrote in message
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    > "steve" <steve.rnr.nospambigpond.com> wrote...
    > > hi all, wondering what there is in the way of tungsten balanced colour
    neg
    > > film. have searched the web, but can only find slide films.
    > > anything out there?
    >
    > As I understand, since the colour correction is performed at the time
    > of printing, there is no need for a separate film that would have its
    > emulsions corrected. You can learn more in rec.photo.film+labs.
    Your understanding is incomplete :). Kodak makes Portra 100T tungsten
    balanced film in 35mm.

    Mike


    Mike Lipphardt Guest

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    Tungsten colour negative films are also designed to be less affected by
    reciprocity failure and are much better choices for long exposures and night
    photography.


    "Victor Bazarov" <v.AbazarovattAbi.com> wrote in message
    news:vhd9uat4juvle3corp.supernews.com...
    > "steve" <steve.rnr.nospambigpond.com> wrote...
    > > hi all, wondering what there is in the way of tungsten balanced colour
    neg
    > > film. have searched the web, but can only find slide films.
    > > anything out there?
    >
    > As I understand, since the colour correction is performed at the time
    > of printing, there is no need for a separate film that would have its
    > emulsions corrected. You can learn more in rec.photo.film+labs.
    >
    > Victor
    >
    >

    McLeod Guest

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