Ah, you will start being nostalgic about Kodakchrome One next Phillip - do you remember it ? Exposures counted in minutes rather than seconds, it was so slow - I wonder how many of the funny effects were reciprocity failure, (joke) ?
But seriously, In the last gasps of 35mm film, serious photographers ( I'm talking RPS digital group sort of standard, and no doubt PSA has its
equivalent in USA) used 3 different Fuji films according to what mood they wanted - Velvia for landscape for example ( my genre) .
I think only Fuji did that kind of thing, the Kodakchrome/Ektachrome nuances were more coincidental than planned as I understand it .
If you are/were into this, then you might be interested in some of the Fuji diigicams - I also ( amongst my far too many cameras), have a super-zoom which I use on holiday (dirt cheap by Nikon standards) Finepix S200EXR - which can record digital images in Velvia, Provia, or Astia film "qualities" meaning contrast ranges, tonal settings etc...how to be a modern old fogey in one easy press of the button !