SantaColor 100 35mm film was born from the success of Santa's workshop with high-speed B&W film (Santa Rae 1000). He felt pretty confident that his elves could make something magical with colour. And after a 2021 IndieGoGo campaign that raised nearly $200,000 he had the funds to do so!
It is a well known air surveillance film (makes sense for Santa 😂) made by a major manufacturer in the USA.
The film is a fine-grain, colour negative film compatible with the C41 process, yielding results with punchy reds and lush greens. It is more saturated than the Kodak Portra series, but less saturated and with a longer contrast curve than Kodak Ektar 100.
SantaColor 100 is flexible and can be pushed to 800 ISO with only a minor loss of colour accuracy and a minor increase in grain. Shot at 400 ISO and pushed +2 stops in development, the film exhibits accurate colours and an almost grainless look, typically associated with films like Kodak Ektar 100 or Kodak Portra 160.
The film is freshly made and is a 100 ISO colour negative film compatible with the normal C41 process. As this is not a movie film, it does not have any special (remjet) backing and can therefore easily be processed by the WonderLab.
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Offers some truly stunning depth of colour, I pushed it to 400 and it seemed to love the deep reds and light yellows in particular!
Would buy it again with no hesitation.
Nice reds and greens with this one. Only shot one roll and pushed to 200.
I’m a big fan of this film, Originally buying it in Budapest - pictured below but unfortunately damaged by my stupidity - I saw the results and was amazed. A quite versatile film. These were all taken on a point and shoot compact
The strong reds and greens are an absolute dream for shooting red houses and pine forests. Also performs surprisingly well indoors even without any adjustments - I took all of these with a point and shoot compact.