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KODAK Elite Chrome 100 Film for Color Slides for 35mm Camera

by Kodak
9 customer reviews

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  • 1 Film Cartridge provides up to 36 exposures
  • For use with 35mm Film Cameras
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KODAK PROFESSIONAL ELITE Chrome 100 Film delivers extremely fine grain, pure colors and natural skin tones. It's ideal for close-ups, portraits, and enlargements. Chrome 100 Film is a 100-speed daylight film that offers photographers outstanding image structure with natural colors. It provides excellent reproduction of skin tones, colors, and neutrals. Designed for exposure with daylight or electronic flash, this film is the ideal choice for general picture-taking applications. ELITE Chrome 100 Film features the latest advancements in Kodak's Color Amplifying Technology and KODAK T-GRAIN Emulsion Technology to deliver both exceptionally fine grain (rms 8), and beautiful, lifelike color.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.4 x 1.6 x 1.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.6 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000CBOMUG
  • Item model number: 187-1490
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Rosemary Thornton VINE VOICE on July 3, 2007
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Seems like none of the larger department stores sell slide film off the shelves anymore, so I was delighted to find that I could order Kodak slide film online. I know there are two kinds of slide film; one kind that no one in America likes to develop and a more popular kind that many photo shops are still willing to develop.

The Kodak Elite Chrome EB 100 is the more popular kind that many photo shops are still willing to develop.

I prefer the 200 (because most of my photos are exterior shots of old houses), but the 100 did a very nice job. My review is written in simpleton's language because even though I take the ocassional professional photograph, I know very little about the technical aspects of photo taking.

That aside, I've found this Kodak Elite slide film does a fine job and slides always appear very clean, crisp and professional. Colors are good and heretofore, the slides I've taken through the years haven't lost any of their color or crispness.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ciaran TOP 100 REVIEWER on March 22, 2012
Well, that time has come. Kodak announced on the first of this month (March 2012) that they will stop producing the Elite Chrome line. Much like Kodachrome was, this film is now running on marketplace stock...expect the prices for this film to shoot up over the next few months. Now, the review:

PROS
- Colors are vivid, clean and wonderfully responsive
- Scans very well
- Processed using E6 chemicals, commercially available and can be processed in the darkroom
- Did I mention the colors?

CONS
- Soon to become VERY expensive

If you are an outdoor shooter, this film is absolutely wonderful. From national parks to far-away markets, this slide film has captured the best of outdoor photography. I have tried (unsuccessfully) to use this film indoors - it really is not suited for every day (indoor) use. I love that this is E6, so unlike Kodachrome we can continue to develop this film at home, and as long as the processing chemicals remain available, amateur developers will continue to revere it! If you are taking a day trip somewhere scenic, or maybe taking a trip overseas, make sure to stock up on this film at take it with you! You will not be disappointed!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Leslie E. Mcmahen on November 2, 2011
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After using Kodak Kodachrome 64 for more years than I care to remember, I was skeptical of the new Elite Chrome, mostly due to past experiences with the Ektachrome offerings. Much to my surprise, the additional ASA value has been valuable in being able to shoot in less light with no significant loss of picture sharpness. The only question is about long-term stability versus that of Kodachrome - I have ASA 64 slides up to 45 years old that still look almost new.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert Fleckenstein on November 22, 2013
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To get Kodak Chrome film now is really exceptional, especially finding the discontinued Elite Chrome 100. I have not used it yet but am sure it falls into the wonderful discontinued blue Ektachrome Family. Now if it were Ektachrome E100VS I would be jumping out of my seat as I feel that is the best color positive film ever made.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael McBroom on May 7, 2012
It saddens my heart to read that Kodak is discontinuing Elite Chrome film. First Kodachrome, now this. Soon Kodak itself will be aught but a fading memory, I fear. Poor management decisions have rendered the company untenable. The vultures have been circling over Rochester, NY for quite some time now, and are beginning to dip down for a closer look, see if the big red and yellow hulk has stopped moving yet. Won't be too long now, I suspect.

I haven't been using Elite Chrome for long. Tried my first roll a few years ago and was very impressed. I had been a diehard Kodachrome user for many years, and also really liked plain old Fujichrome back in the old days, and more recently Provia and especially Velvia. So it was with a pleasant surprise that I saw the results I got from Elite Chrome. Way better than any of the old Ektachrome with its wildly exaggerated blues I used to use on occasion.

Elite Chrome provides deep, brilliant, yet neutral color saturation, and a very fine grain. Great sharpness and contrast as well. When shooting with a top-notch 35mm optic, I still believe that a film such as Elite Chrome can rival your average DSLR's output. Besides, there's just a certain warmth to be had with film that digital just lacks. Sometimes resolution isn't everything.

So get it while you can; stock your freezer. Hopefully Fuji Film will continue to ignore Kodak's moves. Their name is still Fuji FILM after all. :)
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