Kodak Ektachrome 120 Film - Colour Slide
Our Price: £12.50 GBP100271
The fantastic new colour slide film from Kodak in medium format glory. One of the best-selling 35mm films from the past 12 months is now available in 120! Enjoy the unique experience of colour positive film, with the fantastic image area and resolution of medium format.
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Note: alternative spellings Ekta Chrome and Ektarchrome E100
Where we ship
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 wish Kodak still made slide film at 200 ISO, however at 100 ISO there is almost no grain at all, this is definitely the finest grain film I've used, my preferred film in 35mm is Portra 400 due to the versatility that comes with the even higher ISO and fair amount of grain and once I try it in medium format I'm sure it'll be as good, if not better than E100, but given good lighting E100 is one of the best films I've used and I would recommend despite the high developing costs and home developing is more cost effective.
deep beautiful thick and luscious colours .... beautiful for photographs you want to have thick brilliant bright colours ... flower photography in particular looks beautiful on this film.. expensive yes , worth every penny absolutely... for the very special images this is the film for you ... the quality of the negatives is second to none ... no dust or spots or crap of any kind on 4-6 rolls I have shot so far when scanned, it has been developed like a rolls Royce , my samples of have Been shot on hassie 500 for reference
A very nice E6 slide film, with a more muted colour palette than other slide films such as Velvia. Great if you want a bit more flexibility from E6 while still retaining the wonderful crispness that E6 has. As with all slide films however, it is best kept for sunny days as is does not render overcast scenes well (an example is included below, taken with a Pentax 645).
Great film, lack of dynamic range with it being slide film but produces beautiful colours and can be pushed a stop or two no problem.
I will be leaving reviews of film stocks across Analogue Wonderland with the full frame so you can see them, if you’re like me and like to display the entire frame.