From: 40 Frames (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Jan 24 2008 - 20:20:48 PST
On 1/24/08, Sam Wells <email suppressed> wrote:
> > I've noticed most labs are now printing on 3302 (estar) instead of
> > 7302 (acetate), so it may be that Kodak will soon
> > phase out 7302 in the coming months/years?
> I don't know if you can even get Vision print stock on triacetate
> (even on special order).
> Janice Allen told me once the estar-based stock in B&W looked "more
> like nitrate" than triacetate FWIW.
I had some stuff recently printed on 3302 and for the first time. It turned
out very nice, good
blacks. Shot in overcast weather and some dusk-for-night, all on 7222.
I think I might like 7222 more than 7231. Grain is good.
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