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Re: Photographing irises

Amy Rupp wrote:
> Is this true for *all* brands of 200 speed or just Kodak?  And I
> re-request an answer to the question "which film is best for (regular
> 35mm) stills"?
>Amy and all:

This info is for Kodak only.  I will say that FUJI has problems also - 
but of a different kind.  The total explanation of this problem would 
blow Tom's server to bits.  Trust me, just remember not to use 200.

As far as 35mm "stills", My best results are with 100 speed Kodak Gold 
print film.  I use a tripod almost everywhere I go.  That is the key.  
Hope that helps.

Dennis zone 6-7 sorta

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