Very similar to Kodacolor but with more contrast and its grain isn’t as fine. This color negative film is prone to major color shifts depending on the light you’re shooting in and of all of the color negative film stocks Kodak makes its our least favorite.
Kodak Gold 200 - Film Review
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Not bad for that point and shoot vintage feel to things
This film is great for casual shooting and really is price friendly. Definitely not as fine grain or sharp as some professional grade films, but it definitely gets the job done. My only knock on it is the colors are a bit too saturated for my taste.
None of the other Kodak films gives me this vintage-vacation-with-your-family-when-you-were-little feeling. Latitude is okay, but nothing to write home about.
a personal favorite
The first time I shot this film it quickly became one of my favorites. The second go around I wasn’t quite as pleased with it because i shot someone of Hispanic decent the way the skin turned out wasn’t entirely to my likely. However I’m not sure if that was lighting or scanning so I’m definitely going to give it quite a few more shots.
Not as good as the 100 speed if you can find it.
It’s a pretty good overall film if you just want to record an adventure but aren’t planning on professional results. It’s a pretty good learning film as well. I had a lot better results from the 100 speed which is apparently not available around here.