Kodak Ektachrome was originally introduced in 1946 with higher speed ratings than its sister Kodachrome offered at the time.
It also required domestically available E2/E3/E6 chemistry to process,
making it accessible to many more photographers.
Starting from ASA 32, it increased its sensitivity over the decades that followed.
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