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Kodak Ektar 100 35mm 36exp Film 3 Pack

by Kodak

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  • Extraordinary enlargement capability
  • Ultra-vivid color
  • Incorporates Entertainment Imaging's Kodak Vision Film technology World's finest-grain color negative film
  • Micro-Structure Optimized T-Grain Emulsions Ideal for scanning
  • Kodak's Proprietary DIR Couplers Distinct edges, fine detail
  • 100asa Colour Negative Film
  • 35mm Format
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BrandKodak
Item model numberEKTAR 100
  
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ASINB005OQ9R90
Best Sellers Rank 14,398 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Date First Available22 Sep 2011
  
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This is a roll of 36 exposure 135-36 35mm Ektar 100 Color Negative Film from Kodak. It is a wonderful medium speed outdoor film that produces vibrant color and which features smooth, fine grain. This film can be scanned with no fear of losing detail. Ektar can be used by pro and amateur alike.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Pauline Belford on 23 Nov 2013
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Having managed to get an old film camera working again, I put a roll of Kodak Gold 400 through it, and was seriously underwhelmed by the results (though admittedly it was slightly expired). A friend recommended Ektar 100 so I ordered a few rolls and tried again. There is very little grain, and the quality of the prints is excellent. The colours are cooler than I am used to from Kodak film and my Canon digital camera, but they are realistic and there is an excellent dynamic range of tones. Shots taken in the forest of mushrooms in the grass in particular are very vivid.

The film worked very well in outdoor conditions, both in strong sunshine and cloudy overcast conditions. I have not yet tested it indoors or at night so cannot comment on it's performance in those situations.

This film is apparently specifically designed to be scanned, so is a great choice if you don't have access to a darkroom (which I don't) but do like to do some digital post-processing. I was disappointed with the quality of the scans the lab provided (too low resolution/ dpi) so I can't currently comment on this, but I have a film scanner on the way so hopefully will be able to get decent online versions of the images too.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By G. E. Hearn on 1 Mar 2012
Great film! I used to be a big fan of Fuji's PRO160S as it would render great colours and fine grain. But then, Fuji decided to discontinue it.
Luckily, I discovered this great film from Kodak. It has the best colour rendition of anything I've used. I'd say it's every bit as good as Fuji PRO160S but has the advantage of being still available.

Hopefully, being as this film was first produced in 2008 (ie: well into the digital age) Kodak will keep it in their product range for some time to come.
I'm especially impressed with how well the colours look even in all sorts of artificial light. The above snaps were just crops and rejects that i took at a boat show, yet they look very natural.

One thing I've noticed with Ektar is that the colours get richer with longer exposure times. In the product pics I posted, the picture of the busker on the bridge was shot at about F2.8 while the one of St Paul's was at F11. Both on the same kit, both within 10 minutes and 100 yards of each other.
Obviously the smaller apertured longer exposure has helped make the colours better. The indoor shots have more vivid colours because of this too, whereas the shop window one was F/2.8 on a bright day and quite a fast exposure. It still has very lifelike colours, but not as saturated as the ones shot at the boat show.

Good stuff! Thanks Kodak. I now have plenty of this in the 'fridge and will continue to use it as my default film choice wherever possible.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Ia Surita on 13 Feb 2014
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If you shoot 35mm film this is still one of the best films made. If you need punchy colour, fine grain and sharpness, this is it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr Baz #1 REVIEWER#1 HALL OF FAME on 29 Jun 2014
I've shot quite a bit of this film over the years, just to see how I got along with it in numerous conditions.
My conclusion is that it's a good film for landscape work (if you like the tonality) it also does a nice job for subjects where a primary colour is important in the composition (abstract photography or possibly product shots)

I don't feel it's a good choice for portrait work (nor was it ever touted as such) the saturation is higher and not ideal for skin-tone reproduction (bar possibly some fashion work)

Details and resolution are excellent with a very fine grain and good dynamic range. I've scanned the film with a good Plustek scanner over a number of years and it never fails to impress in terms of sharpness and resolution. The colours do show a marked increase in saturation esp the greens (in a way that is quite different to velvia) reds are unusual in their representation they are not super bright like many digital cameras, but more of a maroon tint to them and a deeper contrast.

It's quite an unusual film in the look, very much unlike other negative films I have tried in the past, it's also somewhat different to the original Ektar from years past (which was available in a lower ISO rating than this) As with all negative film, over exposure tightens the grain up, latitude is good for a negative emulsion and it can be pushed a few stops if required (at the expense of shadows)

Ektar does scan well and if you like the colours and tones it's a high resolution film which you might like. For normal day to day shooting I would still suggest something a bit more neutral in tone. Worth trying though
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