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Kodak Royal Supra Fine@400 - part 2 of 1 2

by Mike McNamee Published 01/10/2002

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Heavily back-lit minstrels at Warwick Castle. Good flesh tones and accurate reds. The music was good too.

Kodak also make claims for improved grain in this emulsion. Suffice to say we could not see any grain at all on a 6-inch print until we got out a 20x loupe. What grain we could see was very finely dispersed. Kodak have a new method of classifying grain size according to viewing size. At 6x4 Royal Supra has a value of 39 in a scale where 25 is the threshold of detection. In laymen's terms the description is easy - it's hardly got any at all!

You know we can't find anything wrong with this film, you ought to get some and try it out!



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