Kodak Ektachrome E100 - 120 Film
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
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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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My first time using Slide film and I was not disappointed with the results. A lovely film that photographs well with lots of colours, really brings out reds, pinks and greens when exposed correctly.
As a rookie photographer back in the 80s, I shot a lot of colour slides, especially Kodachrome. That may have gone to the great darkroom in the sky, but the joy of holding a colour slide in your hand still remains-especially if it's medium or large format. Slides have a glow and vibrancy about them unmatched by anything else. Having used E100 (and 200!) before, I was keen to try this one out. I loaded up my trusty Rolleicord and went for a wander on a sunny February day (yes they do happen). The colours of the winter landscape were monochromatic, but the E100 injected a dose of pep and punch as I hoped. This film is quality and a big improvement on its early 80s counterpart...I'm not missing Kodachrome so much now and will definitely shoot more E100 in future (but I'll never forget the King).
Really love this film, and can give better results and tones than portra when you nail the exposure, not to mention the joy of getting the positives back. However the difficulty in getting the exposure right makes me lack confidence when using this film especially in difficult light.
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.