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Kodak 603 4029 Ultramax 400 Color Negative Film (ISO 400) 35mm 24-Exposures

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  • Maximum versatility: Great pictures in sunlight or low light, in action or still. The world's most versatile 400-speed film choice.
  • Improved color reproduction: Bright, vibrant prints & Consistent color under most lighting conditions.
  • Optimized skin tones: Pleasing, natural-looking "people pictures".
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Film Format 35mm 35mm 35 35mm
Dimensions 1.5 inches x 1.5 inches x 2.5 inches 1.4 inches x 5.5 inches x 4.3 inches 1.5 inches x 1.5 inches x 2.5 inches 2.38 inches x 1.5 inches x 1.44 inches
Item Package Weight 0.15 pounds 0.15 pounds 0.1 pounds 0.02 pounds
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Clear, vibrant pictures with ISO 400-speed color print films. Excellent sharpness and fine grain provide high quality pictures that you'll be proud to share with others, even when enlarged. Designed for exposure with daylight or electronic flash, you can also obtain pleasing results under most existing-light conditions without filters. Its proprietary technology delivers the world's most convenient 400-speed film, so you can capture more of your precious moments. Whether your subjects are still or moving fast, in sunlight or dim light, Gold 400 film gives you great results.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 1.5 x 2.5 x 1.5 inches
Item Weight 0.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B000L9M0YO
Item model number 603 4029
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4.5 out of 5 stars 49 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,368 in Camera & Photo
#126 in Electronics > Camera & Photo > Film Photography > Film
Date first available at Amazon.com August 31, 2010

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The last places where it was sold locally shut down so I'm really glad I can still get film online. My old camera still works great & I like the simplicity so until that dies, I'm sticking with film. This seller was great & the package came very fast & in excellent condition.
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i like this film a lot. I can get it locally at a discount store, but it's much cheaper here on Amazon.

PROS:

* Low grain for a 400-speed film, particularly something made for the consumer market.

* Pleasing warm Kodak colors. I prefer Fuji's cooler greens when I'm doing landscape work, but for people (and animal!) pictures the Kodak can't be beat.

* Dirt cheap, and with Kodak's legendary quality control you're guaranteed to get a good film.

* Made in the USA or in Mexico, meaning it didn't travel halfway around the world to get to your (American/Canadian) home.

* The negatives scan well. Color rendition on the computer is as good as in prints.

* About any photo lab can dust off their film equipment and do a C-41 run for you, so it's easy to have processed. If there are no photo labs near you, you can mail it in to a lab and get your negatives and prints back in a few days. (Hey, nobody said film was convenient.)

CONS:

* Like all 400 films, it's a little grainy. You won't see it in 4x6 prints, but it does put a practical limit on how big your enlargement can go.

* There's only 24 exposures on the roll, which is great news for snapshooters but bad news when you're doing something big where you don't want to reload as often.
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I love this film. Why? Let me count the ways. 1. Beautiful warm tones, crisp, clear, sharp (ok that's 4 things right there). 5. Inexpensive 6.Perfect results every single time.

Some films give you varying colors at times, not always yielding the same results when you use different cameras. This Kodak is really lovely. I shoot lomography cameras as well as pro film cameras and every single time, the color saturation is the same. If you like perfect warm tones in the right areas, get this film.
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It's a real pretty film with grain that is visible if you magnify a little. Between that and the vibrant colors you get sort of a 1990s nostalgic vibe. I like using it now and then just to mix things up a bit. It's a great value currently. Probably in 20 years someone will market something similar as an art film.
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It's film, really not much more needs to be said about it. Believe this stuff is now made in Mexico. Had to order $25 or more of additional products in order to qualify for free shipping for this item and also there is an order limit of 5 rolls per order maximum.
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I was given a film camera, and so needed some film to test it out. It was cheap, so I got five rolls. I picked this primarily due to the price, but also because I had read that ISO 400 film was a good, all purpose film.

The images turned out rather well, despite the camera needing new light seals. I shot the whole roll and got it developed the same day, and the images look really good. I love shooting with film, so I will be getting the film camera fixed as soon as possible, and will use the other four rolls.
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Film is so hard to find these days. I am glad i found this deal. Good deal at a good price.
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I love this film. It's usually pretty affordable, like about $2 - $2.50 a roll and for that price, it's a great buy. Good color, great in sun or with flash. Great dependable film that's from a name you can trust.

I will add that right now Kodak Ektar 100, 36 exposure roll, also costs about the same as this; $5.50-something to think about.
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