Kodak introduced a new color negative film recently, Ektar 100. It is finer grained and more saturated than Portra 160. These images are from the first roll I shot, walking around town on an overcast day with my xPan. When we get those heavy grey days I tend to think B&W or a subtle color film, like Portra NC. This Ektar seems to have done quite well. There is more than enough saturation. The film also converts well to B&W. I tend to prefer B&W film over color film converted to B&W but I am really liking the way this film converts.