Kodak Ektachrome E100 - Película 120
Our Price: £12.50 GBP100271
La fantástica nueva film de diapositivas en color de Kodak en formato medio. Uno de lospelículas de 35 mm más vendidas de los últimos 12 meses ahora está disponible en 120! Disfrute de la experiencia única de la film positiva en color, con el área de imagen fantástica y la resolución de formato medio.
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Nota: ortografía alternativa Ekta Chrome y Ektarchrome E100
Cuando nos compre la film de su cámara, podemos enviarla a todo el Reino Unido, Europa, EE. UU., Nueva Zelanda, Australia y Canadá, ¡más países planeados pronto! ¡Compre Ektachrome Film 120 Color ISO 100 hoy y sumérjase en la diversión de la fotografía de film de formato medio!y!
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Super clean and sharp.
I have a hard time properly scanning slide film, but looking at this film on a light table is really nice.
It handles underexposure quite well. I intentionally underexposed the example shot as I didn’t have my tripod and it held up well.
I’m not saying you can pull out tons of details and make an image look super bright, but the film is flexible enough to allow for some errors when shooting.
This film shares almost everything that ektar does including the fine if not no grain, the only problem I found was the cost per roll and cost of having dedicated chemicals or the cost of developing E-6 at a lab is a lot more than C-41.
Lovely colours and smooth feel to the photographs is what you'll get from this gem of a film. Definitely a pelasing choice for Portra lovers who don't mind stepping down to 100 ISO, because the result will be even more pleasing in my opinion.
A very satsifying slide film that looks great, a less heavy cast than velvia 100 with a bit more of a blue tint, the slides look fantastic in 6x7 format, my only criticism is that the reciprocity failure is a bit short, and you need a filter for exposures over 2 minutes, there is also not an in depth recirprocity chart for this film so I had to use an old E100G reciprocity chart.
I've never shot a Kodak slide film but was pleasantly surprised how tolerant to overexposure E100 was (not intentional I was just metering rather quickly!). Lovely tonality when digitised with rich colours to boot.
I used it for portraiture but I don't think it would be out of place with landscape work too. Definitely an E6 film I will come back to again and again :)