The Kodak Ektachrome EPP (35mm, 100 iso) is a rare film that comes with great results!
Yellow! Yellow is the main colour of this film with a little touch of green on certain occasions. I shot one roll only indoors, so I cannot say anything about how it looks exactly when shot outside. Like every Kodak- film here in Germany I shot it at half asa, so 50 asa with my Lomo LC-A. And I tried shooting with Ringflash, to see if it is working. Yellow and red are the flash colours that worked good, blue is not the best, but I guess that depends on many things (distance, surrounding,..)
I only have the expired version of thia film and really don’t know if it is still produced or if you have to get as much as you can and as fast as you can before it;s gone forever…
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