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Kodak Proimage 100 - Film Review

Proimage 100
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3.0 rating
User Ratings
4.2 rating
TypeC-41 Negative
Brand Kodak
ISO100
Format35mm
Price
$ $ $
Saturation
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GrainFine - Coarse
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If Ektar and Portra had a baby it’d be Kodak Pro Image 100.  This film has sharp grain like Ektar 100, but its colors are closer to Portra 160 colors and tones (though not as warm).

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A wonderful low-cost alternative to Portra

4.0 rating
October 3, 2020

For those times where you don’t want to rip into an $8-9 roll of Portra 160 or 400, Pro Image is the perfect alternative without sacrificing much. Colors are bright, there is no need to overexpose for good tones unlike Ultramax. This has become my go to color film for everyday shooting.

Joe

A Bit Grainy For 100

3.0 rating
September 20, 2020

I like very smooth grain when using 100 film. If I wanted extra grain I would wind a roll of 400 into my camera. I find the Proimage 100 a bit too grainy, it’s not excessively bad, but it’s definitely not what I except from 100. The film is fairly cheap and produces good colors, so if your on a budget, this film may be the way to go.

Kevin Ekstrom

Great, cheap film!

5.0 rating
May 4, 2020

An inexpensive film that produces warm and rich colors.I shot some portraits during golden hour with a roll so far and liked my results. I recommend it!

Iain Laurence