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Re: Photographing irises

> A little bit of Kodak inside info.....if you think you need 200 speed 
> print film - rethink.....use 100 or 400 instead.  100 is great for grain 
> structure and color reproduction - of course a tripod is always helpful. 
>  400 grain structure is as good as the 200 if not better.  
> There is a problem printing the 200 speed film - the programs used by the 
> hi speed printers are flakey for the 200 speed.  Lots of hi-tech 
> mumbo-jumbo involved.

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 Moseley Rupp
amyr@mpd.tandem.com, Austin, TX, zone 8b
Jill O. *Trades
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