The imaging of Ektachrome 100 has the characteristics that the positive film should have. The image is very sharp, with high saturation and true color reproduction. The grains are fine (but not as fine as Provia 100F). Beginners should be aware that Ektachrome 100 is sensitive to exposure accuracy. If it is half a stop higher/lower, the characteristics just mentioned can become chromatic aberration/exposure level/grain thickening.
It is recommended that users have a certain knowledge of exposure and use a camera with accurate light metering at the same time. Based on the experience of our store owner, set ISO 100 and mid tone metering have the highest imaging success rate. When you successfully expose, develop and see the positive film, the satisfaction is indescribable.