Kodak Gold 120 film is the perfect choice for capturing stunning, high-quality colour photos on medium format cameras. With its affordable price point, you can enjoy the beauty and clarity of medium format photography without breaking the bank.
Gold 120 film has a beautiful grain structure and vibrant colour reproduction which make it ideal for capturing landscapes, portraits, and everyday moments with stunning detail and clarity.
- Affordable medium format film
- Gorgeous grain structure for iconic analogue images
- Vibrant colour reproduction
- ISO 200 for versatile shooting in a range of lighting conditions
- Capture stunning, high-quality colour photos on medium format cameras
- Enjoy the beauty and clarity of 120 film photography without breaking the bank
- Ideal for capturing landscapes, portraits, and everyday moments with stunning detail and clarity
- Great in studio situations as well as out-and-about
Sample photos (c) Wesley Verhoeve
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I had a great time shooting this as a slightly cheaper alternative to Portra 400. Slightly slower film speed makes it great for outdoor photography. Especially pleased with photographs taken in direct sunlight.
Decided to try Kodak Gold given the rising costs of Portra. I was expecting it to be a poorer stock but I’ve found it to be excellent- possibly better for landscapes and architecture. Warm, rich colours and great contrast. I know ‘painterly’ is often overused but it’s the closest I’ve come to feeling like I was producing a painted image with my camera. It’s become my go-to stock for medium format.
Great everyday film especially when discounted on AW. Not comparable to Portra 160 / Ektar 100 when it comes to grain and colour reproduction but you get what you pay for and when you get the exposure right this film does sing.
I picked some of this up recently for my Bronica SQ, the tones and grain are beautiful and to my eye, untouchable by digital medium format. My favourite shot was actually taken at night. So happy with this film and really affordable in comparison to others.
Great and relatively affordable 120 colour film stock - grab it while it's cheap at AW.
I tend to shoot it rated at ISO100 to avoid muddy shadows, but it also looks great at box speed. It's pretty fine grained and the colours hold up really nicely.