Kodak Professional Ektachrome E100G and E100GX are Kodak's replacements for E100S and E100SW. With E100G and E100GX, Kodak delivers extremely fine grain (rms 8), a lower D-min for whiter, brighter whites, and an improved tone scale. These films offer advancements in Kodak's Color Amplifying Technology and that were not found in the E100s/E100SW and allow you to capture light more efficiently.
In addition Kodak T-Grain Emulsion Ektachrome E100G Film offers moderately enhanced color saturation with a neutral color balance. Ektachrome 100GX film also features moderately enhanced color saturation, but with a warm balance (the "X" is for warm).
Both films produce exceptional results for advertising, fashion, editorial, architecture, nature/wildlife, and other commercial applications. These films are designed for exposure with daylight or electronic flash.
High efficiency T-Grain Emulsion Technology
Extremely fine grain, remarkably detailed scans, greater enlargements
Whiter, brighter whites
Lower contrast tone scale
Extended tonal range from highlights to shadows, improved highlight and shadow detail
Matched color records for a neutral tone scale
Pleasing, natural skin tone reproduction, consistent gray scale rendition throughout tonal range
No speed or color compensation required for exposures from 1/10,000 to 10 seconds
Dark storage image stability of at least 80 years, images can be accessed for further use many years into the future
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120mm color slide film
Exceptional results for advertising, fashion, editorial, architecture, nature/wildlife, and other commercial applications
Brighter whites, and an improved tone scale
You can increase the effective speed (i.e., push) of E100G and E100GX films by adjusting the first developer time. Increased film speed is useful under dim lighting conditions, or when you need high shutter speeds to stop action or small lens openings for increased depth of field. You can also use a short push to slightly increase contrast, sharpen highlights, or compensate for underexposure. A recommended starting point for E100G or E100GX Films is to underexpose by 1 stop (EI 200) for a push 1 process (8 minutes in the first developer).