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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 Type||35mm|
|Item Dimensions||1.5 x 2.5 x 1.5 inches|
|Item Weight||0.04 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.15 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
* 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.)
* 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.
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.
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am rating this film itself 5 stars!
The price, however, is WAY TOO HIGH!
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Worked in my Nikon N75 Film Camera. Why wouldn't it?Published 14 months ago by BioMechanicalWeapons
film like this is hard to find, everything is digital. I have a digital, am clueless as to what all the icons are for. My old one was simple, load the film and shoot, that's it.Published 15 months ago by 4 paws
I wish there where places that developed film, might have to go back to doing my ownPublished 18 months ago by Frank S. Gross
Have not had a chance to use this film as yet, but it was a great value.Published 20 months ago by Thomas A Brant
It's film, it was inexpensive, worked just fine pictures looked fine.Published 20 months ago by Michael Desmond
I used this film for my 2D Studio Foundations class. The pictures looked great!Published 20 months ago by mtn.man