Ektachrome 120 is the fantastic E100 colour slide film from Kodak in medium format glory. Enjoy the unique experience of colour positive film, with the fantastic image area and resolution of medium format.
Colour slide (positive) film means that your photos will come back from the lab as the classic colour transparencies - please note that it must be processed in E6 chemistry with our 120 film processing package.
- Vibrant and true-to-life colours
- Fine grain for sharp and detailed images - particularly in medium format
- Excellent colour saturation and contrast
- ISO 100 for optimal exposure in various lighting conditions
- Suitable for daylight and studio shooting
- Capture stunning and timeless images with the unique look of medium format slide film
- Enjoy the process of shooting with analogue cameras and the anticipation of seeing your developed slides
- Preserve your memories in a tangible and nostalgic format
- Ideal for professional photographers and enthusiasts who enjoy the art of slide film photography
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Note: alternative spellings Ekta Chrome and Ektarchrome E100
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When you buy your camera film from us we can ship it across the UK, Europe, USA, New Zealand, Australia and Canada (more countries planned soon!) So buy Ektachrome Film 120 Colour ISO 100 today and dive back into the fun of medium format film photography!
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I know, being the best is subjective, and based on criteria we all have different needs for. But I think if you were asked to take one camera, one film, to capture something amazing and one-off that was going to happen; you better take this. Unless that one-off thing was a contrasty sunny day with harsh side light, then better off using colour negative. I save this for special occasions.
I had long feared shooting colour positive film for its reputation of being unforgiving, but I'm really happy with the results with Ektachrome. The colours are vibrant and punchy thanks to the built in contrast, and I didn't find the metering too bad at all. Definitely something I'll be shooting a lot more of
As you would expect - a perfect slide film from Kodak! Sweet warm colours included, but can be a little bit unexpected in a wrong weather.
Heard lots about slide film in 120 and it was right - all of - if you get the right light and get your exposure spot on it is a great film - will def buy more.
There is something so special about getting 120 slides back from the lab and seeing your photos as little windows into the past. On top of that the quality of image you can get from Ektachrome 100 is astonishing, probably one of the best films ever made I think.