From: Pip Chodorov (email suppressed)
Date: Sat May 10 2008 - 04:20:47 PDT
Not really. K25 and K40 were the best designed color film emulsions,
actually tri-pack black and white with color dyes added during the
14-bath processing. It has the finest grain and most saturated colors
at all densities and doesn't fade over time.
At 1:24 -0400 10/05/08, Jim Carlile wrote:
>Why? This should give the inventor of K-40, Ron Mowrey, a good
>laugh. Except for archival properties, it's kind of silly.
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