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Kodak Ektar 100 - Film Review

Ektar 100
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4.5 rating
TypeC-41 Negative
Brand Kodak
ISO100
Format35mm, 120
Price
$ $ $
Saturation
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GrainFine - Coarse
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This fine grain color negative film has high contrast and strong saturation which resembles the look of slide film but with better exposure latitude.  For a color negative film it has low exposure latitude, meaning it doesn’t do nearly as good with over exposure compared to, for example, Portra 160.  Ektar 100 is a great daylight film ideal for landscapes.

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Spring/ Daylight Is the best time to shoot.

5.0 rating
June 3, 2020

This is my first time ever shooting this film. If you like minimal grain this is the film for you. I used it to shoot some flowers and this film works amazingly with reds and yellows. Some of my photos were a tad bit overly saturated especially with the reds; however, I really enjoyed its ability to bring out those colors.

Emily Haase

Colourful Chef, Nikon F3/T, 50mm F1.4

5.0 rating
May 29, 2020

A great film with strong punchy colours. This was shot at ISO 200 but i wouldn’t go further with it.

Lewis Day

Perfect for Spring Colors

4.0 rating
May 11, 2020

The film has great saturation. I thought spring was the best time of year to test this out. Pinks reds and yellows really pop with this film. Some shots with long exposures can have a slightly pink hue. This can be taken advantage of for sunsets. Overall this is a great daylight film.

Rob Knight