Kodachrome 64t Questions

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Ok so i recently bought 64t What color will it turn when i shoot it out side and what color filter would be cool to experiment with it? my boss told me about 2 months ago but i forgot thanks for the input:thumbup:
 

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I don't think there exists "Kodachrome 64T". There is KR64 and PKR64, both of which are daylight films.

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Sorry I ment ektachrome 64t Tungsten
 

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outside without the proper filter, the color temperature is moving to blue cast.
 
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Ok thats what i thought , i would want to put a yellow filter on outside correct?
 

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you need to consider the type of light

85 orange color correction for Type A tungsten film in daylight (5500K->3400K)
85B orange color correction for Type B tungsten film in daylight (5500K->3200K)
85C amber converts 5500K (daylight) to 3800K lighting
 

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you need to consider the type of light

85 orange color correction for Type A tungsten film in daylight (5500K->3400K)
85B orange color correction for Type B tungsten film in daylight (5500K->3200K)
85C amber converts 5500K (daylight) to 3800K lighting

As a rule, Kodak has stuck to the old standard terms. 3200K balanced films, AKA Type B, are "Tungsten" films. 3400K films, AKA Type A, are "Photoflood" films. The non-Daylight balanced Ektachromes have almost universally been 3200K/Type B/Tungsten films.
 

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