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Kodak T400CN vs Kodak BW400CN vs Fuji Neopan 400Cn (C-41)



 
 
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Old May 14th 04, 10:50 PM
Chris Wilkins
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Default Kodak T400CN vs Kodak BW400CN vs Fuji Neopan 400Cn (C-41)

How does the new Kodak BW400CN compare with the now older T400CN?

Also how do they compare with Fuji's C-41 Neopan 400CN?

I going to to take some to my sisters wedding and wonder how (for
example Kodak T400CN)compares to trad film in grain size etc? I
understand its grain is quite fine and wonder how it comparable to
50,100,100 ISO trad B&W film.

Chris...
 




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