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Kodak Gold Max 800 Speed 24 Exposure 35mm Film (4 Pack)

by Kodak

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  • ISO 800 film
  • Maximum versatility for 35mm zoom cameras
  • Fast-action to still-life photography
  • Wide range of light conditions, indoors or out
  • 4 rolls of 24 exposures
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Kodak Gold Max 800 Speed 24 Exposure 35mm Film (4 Pack) + Fujifilm 1014258 Superia X-TRA 400 35mm Film - 4 Pack + Kodak 400 TMAX Professional ISO 400, 35mm, 36 Exposures, Black and White Film
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Kodak
  • Model: GT135-24-4H
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Film Format Type: 35mm

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 4 x 1.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00004SOYO
  • Item model number: GT135-24-4H
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 3, 2000

Product Description

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Kodak Gold Max 800 film offers maximum versatility for 35mm zoom cameras. Get great results in a wide range of light conditions, indoors or out. This film works well for fast sports and even still-life photography. Rich color saturation, greater flash range, and great capturing of depth and shadow are all possible in sunlight or low light. There are four rolls of film in this pack, each with 24 exposures.

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Customer Reviews

The developed product results also as expected.
Walter
If you want to save money, and don't want to blow up your pics past the standard 4x6 I guess it's ok.
Chris A. Congemi
It's just the best for indoor/outdoor and in low vision light shots.
NANCY BEST

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Jon Kreisler VINE VOICE on May 16, 2002
... I would dare to say the photo-finishing lab has a lot to do with the results you see. I was horrified by one lab I tried recently. Incompetence in the lab can totally ruin your prized shots. As always, it's best to shoot a test roll or two and make sure you don't photograph anything you can't reshoot later. Test a new lab the same way, with photos that can be redone.
Keep this film cool. Refrigerate unopened rolls and let them aclimate before using. Try to load your camera in as much darkness as you can achieve. Process this film as soon as you can, after shooting. Leaving the film sitting around or in heat will cause the dyes to deteriorate. If you need to travel by air, ask for a hand-inspection at the airport. Don't pack this film in checked luggage. It is more sensitive to X-Ray equipment than an average film.
This film actually has a better grain index (48) than Kodak's professional negative film (Portra - index 50) at a 4.4 magnification, ISO 800. (I haven't seen any other index value data from Kodak for this film, so I can't comment about larger print sizes.)
If you need a fast color film for poor lighting conditions or for action photos, this is a good film. It is not as good in controlled lighting situations as the Portra or Supra or even Royal Gold films at lower ISO ratings. If you need the speed and don't intend to enlarge beyond 5x, this film is perfect. If you need to enlarge beyond that, the grain becomes more and more apparent. In photography, as in every other endeavor, choose the right tool for the job. Film is a very important tool for serious photography. Don't depend on just one type of film.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By "scrapbookingfan" on February 21, 2002
I have used this film for years--with both my older point and shoot Cannon 135 Zoom and my current Nikon N65. The fact that it is a higher speed film makes it very versatile for all types of situations I shoot in--indoors, outdoors, low light, beach photography, fast-action sporting events, etc. I have not had a problem with graininess but I have not blown pictures up past 11x14 size. I have shot approximately 200+ rolls with this film and my lab has never had to color-correct my film. I wonder if some people who use this film and have had problems with graininess have more of a problem with their camera or photo processing lab than it is with the film. This film can be used in all types of situations and I will keep using it with confidence!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By "ohsmom" on April 16, 2001
I absolutely love the Kodak 800 Max film! I use it exclusively for all my film needs. I have a Pentax SLR camera with a 35-300 zoom lens. The quality of pictures that I get out of this film is amazing. Great colors, great details in all lighting conditions. I take a lot of pictures indoors (at school programs in extrememly difficult lighting situations) and quite frequently I am the only one who gets the shots of the kids. Outdoors the color saturation is excellent.
I get my film developed at a custom photo lab (not a chain or department store) and the developer says he rarely ever has to use color correction on this film. In fact he recommends it to many of his customers who use a zoom lens.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Memory M Carver on December 31, 2000
This product gives you the type of performance it promises. I was absolutely amazed the first time I used Kodak Gold Max 800 film. The camera used was a Canon AE1 with a 75mm-210mm zoom lens. The subject...my mom and step-dads wedding. I took pictures under a variety of lighting conditions; from hair and make-up to the reception. All of my photos came out with similar quality. Bright vibrant colors! Great depth of field! None of the blue hues I often found on pictures using the 210mm zoom with 400 speed film. My only complaint is the amount of money I have had to spend on reprints, because everyone wants copies.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dan Cepeda on April 23, 2013
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I'm having a hard time finding this locally and even online. Not impossible, but not readily available. This makes me fear it might be in a phaseout by Kodak. I've stocked up my freezer full of a few Kodak emulsions, and while this isn't necessarily my favorite (Ektar for color, Tri-X for B&W), it's one of the most versatile stocks particularly with Lomo cameras. Great latitude is very important with the 'toy' cameras and this has it. Good color and noticeable-but-sharp grain, which adds to the charm. It's not officially discontinued, but it probably isn't a bad idea to save up just in case.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bill Lynch on October 24, 2010
I still shoot film and find that Kodak Gold Max 800 is a great film. Good color saturation and the grain is fine. This film way outshines Fuji 800.

It's getting close to the time that Gold 800 will be disappearing. I think I read that Fuji 800z is already gone. For low light color photography and even daytime (with a fast shutter and small aperture) you will get some great pictures from this film.

Many of the single-use wedding cameras are loaded with Gold 800. My wife bought 16 Fuji wedding cams and I ran out and got 8 more Kodaks for my daughter's wedding in 2009. Guess what? The Kodak's came out great and the Fuji's just stank.

Most people don't know how to use a traditional camera anymore and I noticed the guests at the wedding were holding the cameras out at arms length like they would an iPhone. Made me laugh that they didn't even know how to use the viewfinder.

So, many shaky and tilted pictures, again, the Kodak Gold 800 won the challenge.

I'm off to the drugstore now to pick up today's Gold 800 photos.
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