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Kodak Gold 200

Started by daqua, 03/27/2003 03:34AM
Posted 03/27/2003 03:34AM Opening Post
Has anyone ever used this film for deep sky photos? I picked up a roll the other day, but have not had a chance to try it. I like that it comes in 12 exposure rolls. Don't have to wait so long to see the results.

I've used Fuji Superia 200 with good results. The photo of M31 is a single 70 minute shot through an Astro-Physics 6" f/9 Starfire working at f/7. It is simply a re-photograph of the 4"X6" print from my local processor. I tried Superior 400, but emmission nebulae came out green.

I hope someone has something good to say about the Kodak Gold 200, because I do like the 12 exposure feature.

Dom Q.



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Posted 03/27/2003 03:29PM #1
Hi Dom,

Check out Tony Hallas's web site he has a few shots with this film. I beleive he hypered it though.

http://www.astrophoto.com/AE.htm


Robert W.

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