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Kodak Portra 800 - Film Review

Portra 800
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Rating
5.0 rating
User Ratings
4.7 rating
TypeC-41 Negative
Brand Kodak
ISO800
Format35mm, 120
Price
$ $ $
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GrainFine - Coarse
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Portra 800 is very similar to Portra 400 but with more noticeable grain and slightly more contrast.  It has warm tones, very good exposure latitude, and while its grain is more noticeable it’s still very pleasant looking.  Its higher iso makes it ideal for lower light shooting.

 

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Nice looking film.

5.0 rating
July 21, 2020

This film is very nice tones and it’s very pleasing grain current 800 ISO film.

Rob Knight

Amazing color

5.0 rating
July 18, 2020

I recently shot a roll of Portra 800 in a Rollei 35S and the results were amazing. The color was by far the best I can remember for color negative film.
I was never one to shoot much color negative film. My color films were Kodachrome 25 & 64 and Velvia 50. I loved the punch of color from those films, but Portra delivers an actual representation of the colors in a scene. The exposure latitude seems huge as I’m seeing great detail in shadows and highlights. Will definitely shoot Portra 800 again.

Thomas R Janowski

Definitely a great stock, but I don't see a reason to choose this over Lomo 800

3.0 rating
February 1, 2020

This is undoubtedly great 800 speed film, but Lomo 800 is in my opinion nearly as good and costs considerably less (less than half in some places). The only time I’d consider shooting P800 is if Lomo800 is somehow unobtainable. That’s not to say that P800 is a bad film- more that Lomo 800 is considerably better than expected. There’s definitely not enough of a diference to warrant double the price.

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