Kodak Gold 200 - Film Review

Gold 200
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Rating
Rated 4 out of 5
User Ratings
Rated 3.8 out of 5
TypeC-41 Negative
Brand Kodak
ISO200
Format35mm, 120
Price
$ $ $
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GrainFine - Coarse
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Gold 200 comes in 35mm and as of April 2022, is back in 120 as well!  We have always loved the look go Gold 200 in 35mm so naturally, it looks amazing in 120.  This color negative film has very fine grain, warm natural tones, medium contrast, and very good exposure latitude.  It’s ideal for daylight photography and in 35mm it’s one of our go to stocks for point & shoot cameras.   In 120, it’s just an overall great film  – we love it warmth for portraits and it’s fine grain for landscapes.  We’d love to see your results and review of this film as well!

For sale here – 35mm & 120

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Amazing

Rated 5 out of 5
September 24, 2022

My first time shooting with Kodak gold a lot of the pictures were mid-day but they still had a lot of sunset colors and it also seemed to get rid of some light blue tones. Gave a very vintage kinda look.

Gabriel

First Film I’ve Ever Used.

Rated 4 out of 5
July 16, 2022

As the title says, Kodak Gold 200 is the first film stock I’ve ever used, and the only reason I’m not giving it 5 stars is because I’ve yet to try anything else. This film is decently affordable and produces an amazing warm tone onto your photos that I personally really enjoy. All in all pretty great and I hope to start shooting more kinds of film in the future.

Jake Evans

The more I go back to Gold, the more I enjoy it

Rated 4 out of 5
June 2, 2022

I started learning on Kodak Gold, so I naturally developed a love/hate relationship with it. But, the more I’ve gone back and shot more of it, the more it’s grown on me. My biggest takeaway from going back to it is that it’s not *supposed* to be a professional grade film, so it’s just not going to be as sharp as Portra or some other higher grade films. Personally, the colors are still a bit warm for my taste, but it has a very nostalgic look that I do enjoy.

Kyle Wright