Kodak Ektachrome 100 - Film Review

4.0 rating
User Ratings
5.0 rating
E6 Slide Film
35mm, 120

Ektachrome is known for its beautiful color and like most slide film, has super fine grain, rich saturated color, and is great for daylight shooting.  For being slide film it has decent exposure latitude and does well with portraiture as well has landscapes.  When shooting with this film we highly recommend shooting in even light if possible and pay very close to your exposure since film doesn’t do as well with overexposure.


Buy this film online – 35mm

User Reviews

Submit Review
5.0 rating
5 out of 5 stars (based on 3 reviews)
Very good0%

Ektachrome is wonderful.

5.0 rating
December 4, 2019

I don’t know how this will be received and they’re welcome to delete it if they want to but I’ve never actually used Straight ektachrome. I’ve always used e100vs or ektachrome Lumiere in 100 speed. You have to understand I’m a former Kodachrome person. I have those expectations. E100vs and Lumiere are wonderful. I have absolute faith in ektachrome 100. I assume it will perform

Randy Jiner

Love it so far !

5.0 rating
September 27, 2019

Shot my first roll of this in the studio and home developed in a kit. I love the skin tones and saturation. The second Roll I shot outside in the street in NYC and really loved the results. Looking forward to this on 120.

Larry Leone

Everything I hoped it would be

5.0 rating
September 27, 2019

Nice level of saturation with spot on skin tones make this my favourite film currently. The exposure latitude is quite good for a slide film as well. Super fine grain with exceptional detail and scans quite easily and it looks amazing from a projector! I keep 10 rolls on hand

Trevor Sowers