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Kodak Professional Ektar Color Negative Film ISO 100, 120 Size, Propack of 5, *USA*
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- World's finest-grain color negative film
- Extraordinary enlargement capability from a 35mm negative.
- Ultra-vivid color and optimized sharpness.
- Distinct edges and fine detail.
- Incorporates Entertainment Imaging's Kodak VISION Film technology.Micro-Structure Optimized T-GRAIN Emulsions.
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|Film Format Type||120|
|Item Dimensions||3.7 x 1.4 x 6.85 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.03 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||0.28 pounds|
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If you are even thinking about it, go for it. Go get yourself a cheap, used camera. Buy a few boxes of Ektar, and have at it. You'll get results that are unmatched by anything out there.
Quick tip on shooting it, particularly for the digital shooters: Shoot this stuff exactly opposite of how you would shoot digital. With digital, you are always worried about blowing out highlights, so you want to err on the side of under-exposing. With Ektar, go ahead and over-expose. Even with a full stop of over-exposure, you'll get good highlight detail. Modern digital sensors like to talk about having 12 or more stops of "dynamic range", but what that misses is once they get to the maximum, they clip. Film handles highlights so much better. Throw some light on this film and it will reward you!
I'm guessing that the Mpixel wars have changed the way we think, and anyone new to film will always have the MP theory to fall back on. I grew up with my dad shooting film and developing at home. I will not do that. I jumped on with the original Canon D30 (used of course) and a 50mm F1.8 Mk I (original Metal mount) 6yrs later and a few DSLR's (20D, 1D Mark II, 5D 12.8 MP) and a few L lens I bought a Mamiya 645 1000s and shot 2 rolls of Film. One BW (Kodak 400Tmax) and 1 Color (Kodak Ektar 100). Not knowing how to use this Mamiya all I did was run some test shots. I did some Urban Photography and I looked for Different Colors, Orange, Blue, Red, and Green where my main objectives.
About this Kodak Ektar. Colors just POP out with amazing detail. I got back my roll of film and the prints where Rich in the reds. Skies are the perfect South Florida Blue. Ive only used Tmax (on my 3rd Roll) and Ektar (only 1 roll)
I was blown away at the depth of field, the graduated tone and the imperfections of dust, hair, and blurry image. Something that bothered me in Digital. Details (When properly exposed) in the Shadows are Amazing. Great Contrast in Bright situations, and excellent tonality in ALL shots. I use an Android App Lightmeter by David Quiles and its perfect for me.
Although developing at home is an option, I will not go down that route. Today I'm just sending out my film to 2 local Shops and getting my images done there. Calumet Photographic in Fort Lauderdale, FL and Dale Laboratories in Hollywood, FL.
I just received some Ilford XP2 400 Super I will try next.
and Zeiss lenses (high end stuff) might take full advantage of it. My Yashica Mat 124 80mm lens does a good job with it. I love this stuff. Brilliant scenics. Yummy color. You can get it in 35mm too.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ah Ektar 100. Love it love it love it.
Just make sure you have plenty of light.
Likes to soak up the sun and be overexposed.
See picture. Yes, I will buy again. Read more
I travel in a lot of country and every time for my little OM2 to my Hasselblad, it's a pleasure to use these rolls. One the finest grains and the most beautiful colors. A must havePublished 22 days ago by Yann C-L
What is there to say? If you know this film you love it (if you know how to shoot it and your subject is suited to it) or don't (if otherwise. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Starlancer
Worked great in my Yashica-A 1950 vintage camera. This is best for well-lit scenes outside.Published 2 months ago by Alan Schrack