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Thanks for the series of comparisons. I never shot much E100VS so I would never had noticed the lack of sharpness had it not been for your posts.
I think I always knew there was something about E100VS that made it a less attractive film than E100GX. I think Kodak's big mistake was keeping the colder E100G and the less sharp E100VS, and getting rid of their best transparency film, E100GX.But then Kodak has made a lot of mistakes over the past decade that killed their film business, while Fuji with inferior films, kept going...............Until they hit on a winner with Provia 100F!