Hello, just got the first few rolls of Velvia 100F back from the lab. The slides seem to have a strange color, especially sun-lit green areas (forests in a distance) that are a bit underexposed (half a stop to a stop) are not green but rather brown. Similarly, rocks that are supposed to be dark grey tend a bit to magenta or brown. On the other hand, highlight greens are green (though warmer green than old Velvia 50), light gray rocks are grey and white snow is more or less white - as if the green color petered out in the shadows faster than blue and especially red. (I don't have access to a scanner right now, so I can't show the problem on-screen.) I had some "classic" Velvia 50 processed in the same batch and the colors look completely normal, dark green is dark green (of course, Velvia-green). I did a few side-by-side shots with new and old Velvia, and the difference in the rendering of dark greens is huge, nothing subtle (blue skies and white snow are rendered slightly differently, but that has already been mentioned previously here in the forum). Is this a general characteristic of the emulsion, did I get a bad batch, or is it something in processing? Once again, old Velvia and Sensia processed in the same batch came out normal. Thanks in advance for all replies!