Kodak Ektachrome E100 - 35mm Film

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Customer Reviews

Based on 128 reviews
Christian H. (Basingstoke, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Street Photography, Travel
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A very expensive film but it's so worth it!

I had a look at Kodak Gold 200, haven't shot it yet and am not sure what to think of Portra yet, so I decided to shoot E100 and it's a very rewarding experience. It's costly but worth it. Here's a shot from the balcony of a hotel in Honolulu. Enjoy. I love how it renders the colours and find it to be right where I want it and how it looked like at that time.

Marco R. (Wandsworth, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits, Landscapes, Architecture, Travel, Studio work, Low light/Night
Accreditation Handles: https://www.pbase.com/marcoraugei
The highest quality film stock available today

I honestly consider this to be the highest technical quality colour film stock available on the market today, all things considered (sharpness, grain, colour fidelity, etc.)
No colour negative film compares.
E100 in particular has a slightly lower contrast and wider dynamic range than other slide film stocks (most of which are now sadly out of production anyway...), which makes it more of an all-rounder - provided that one knows how to expose properly.
The colour balance tilts towards the cool side (in other words, it looks as if it was calibrated to something like 5000K instead of 5500K), but this is easily compensated by using a warm "light balancing" filter like a Tiffen 812 or a B+W KR3 - I use one often with this film, except in direct sunlight (where it isn't needed).

Ewan S. (Dundee, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits, Landscapes, Architecture, Travel
Accreditation Handles: @ewan.soutar
Sharp and Vibrant

Everyone should try and shoot slide film at least once. Though not as forgiving as colour-negative film, the results you get with ektarchrome are spectacular when you nail the exposure with punchy colours and superb resolution perfect for displaying on a slide projector and digital scanning. Great for sunny holidays but avoid strong contrasts between highlights and shadows. Slide film is more expensive to buy and develop, so be more thoughtful of what you photograph.

Ted A. (Manchester, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Creative/Abstract, Studio work
Modern, Cold, Magenta Tones

This one was disappointing to be honest, as I had hoped for some lovely saturated old-school colours, but this new Ektachrome emulsion is not for a vintage look. It is very modern in how it renders colour, and is a bit more temperamental to get the exposure right in order to get shadow details.

A.P. (Scunthorpe, GB)
Perfect for: Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: Instagram @aaron.phua.film
Vibrant only if you nail the exposure

Nice film to try. Pricier end. Need to get the exposure right before you take the shot.

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