Capture life’s vibrancy and passion with the classic film that inspired a whole crop of new portrait photographers. Kodak Portra 400 is one of the world’s most popular colour negative film and is perfect for both studio and location shoots. It is loved by experienced film shooters for its accurate skin tones, sharp focus, fine grain structure and superior flexibility in exposure.
With a wide range of exposures from bright light to low-light situations, you can create photos that are precisely how you want them. Portra 400 is an iconic 35mm film that captures the honesty of life's moments with beautiful results every time!
- Wide Exposure Range – Designed for accurate skin tones in any lighting situation
- Superior Sharp Focus – Capture high image resolution & depth of field even in dim lighting, with the film giving great results even when pushed
- Fine Grain Structure – Great for making super sharp enlargements up to 20x30" prints
- Flexible Exposures – Create shots with balanced natural colours & minimal effort
- Beautiful, vibrant true-to life colours
- Outstanding clarity of details
- Exceptional flexibility in exposure levels
- Precise control over your images
NB: Portra 160 and Portra 400 single units ship in clear plastic canisters without expiry dates on. Our expiry dates are a minimum of 6 months and up to two years, if you need a more specific date please contact us via email or live chat.
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This product is sometimes mis-spelled Porta 400.
1. How many exposures do you get on a roll of Kodak Portra 400 35mm film?
You get 36 exposures per roll with Portra 400 35mm
2. What is the ISO of Kodak Portra 400 35mm film?
Kodak Portra 400 35mm has an ISO of 400. This means that it is known as a mid-speed film, and will be able to take photos in most common lighting situations.
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Portra tones are worth it but the light etc has to be right. Portra doesn't make bad shots great, it makes good shots amazing.
Not an everyday film, but one I will use from time to time. The Portra range is GOATed.
First time using Portra of any kind and was thoroughly impressed. Really like the grain and the depth of detail even in some of the shots with less than desirable lighting
Great natural rendition of what you see in real life reproducing in your scans
Love this film for portraits but really the colours are so nice you can use it for anything. It’s really forgiving with such a wide latitude so you normally still get a useable image even if you don’t nail the exposure. Would use a lot more if it was cheaper…
So overall, this film is as good as what people say. It's colours are excellent, the grain is as expected for 400 ISO and it renders very nicely, however at the current asking price from Kodak (Which at the time of this review, gives a price on AW of £18, and I've heard some people asking £20 elsewhere) I do not feel that it is worth the price vs Kodak Gold, Ektar or Vision3 motion picture stock. It may be for you, but for me the mark up compared to these excellent films makes it one that I will be unlikely to shoot again.