Kodak Gold 200 135/24 Colour Negative Film (Pack of 2)

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Kodak Gold 200 135/24 Colour Negative Film (Pack of 2)

Introducing KODAK GOLD 100 and 200 Films, meticulously engineered low-speed colour negative films that deliver an unparalleled fusion of vibrant colour saturation, exquisite grain refinement, and remarkable sharpness. Crafted to excel in diverse photographic environments, these films are ideally suited for everyday shooting scenarios under natural daylight or with electronic flash. Moreover, they seamlessly adapt to unconventional lighting conditions, including exposure under photolamps (3400 K) or tungsten illumination (3200 K) when paired with appropriate filters.

One of the standout features of KODAK GOLD 100 and 200 Films is their expansive exposure latitude, offering photographers the flexibility to experiment and push creative boundaries. From capturing the subtle nuances of shadows with two stops underexposure to preserving intricate details in high-contrast scenes with three stops overexposure, these films empower photographers to achieve their vision with precision and confidence.

Beyond their exceptional imaging capabilities, KODAK GOLD 100 and 200 Films are renowned for their consistent and reliable performance, making them an indispensable choice for both amateur enthusiasts and seasoned professionals alike. Whether you're capturing stunning landscapes, intimate portraits, or dynamic street scenes, these films deliver uncompromising quality and stunning results with every frame.

Elevate your photography with KODAK GOLD 100 and 200 Films — where every frame tells a vivid and captivating story, and where reliability meets artistic excellence.

Why shoot with film?

135, commonly referred to as 35mm film, is a popular choice among photographers for several reasons:

  1. Versatility: 35mm film is versatile and widely available in various types, including colour negative, black and white, and colour reversal (slide) films. This versatility allows photographers to choose films that suit their creative vision and shooting conditions.

  2. Compact Size: 35mm film comes in compact cartridges, making it easy to load into a wide range of 35mm film cameras, from compact point-and-shoots to professional SLRs. Its compact size also facilitates easy storage and transport.

  3. Accessibility: 35mm film and the cameras that use it are widely accessible, with a broad range of options available for photographers of all skill levels and budgets. This accessibility makes it a popular choice for beginners and seasoned professionals alike.

  4. Cost-Effectiveness: Compared to medium and large format films, 35mm film is generally more affordable, both in terms of film stock and processing costs. This affordability makes it an accessible medium for photographers looking to explore film photography without breaking the bank.

  5. Wide Variety of Emulsions: There is a wide variety of 35mm film emulsions available, each with its unique characteristics in terms of color rendition, contrast, grain structure, and sensitivity. This variety allows photographers to experiment and tailor their film choice to suit specific subjects and styles.

  6. Legacy and Tradition: 35mm film has a rich legacy and tradition in the history of photography, dating back to its introduction in the early 20th century. Many photographers appreciate the historical significance and tactile experience of shooting with 35mm film, connecting them to the medium's storied past.

  7. Scanning and Digitization: With advancements in scanning technology, photographers can easily digitize their 35mm negatives and slides, allowing for seamless integration with digital workflows and the ability to share images online or produce prints through digital printing methods.

Overall, the combination of versatility, accessibility, affordability, and tradition makes 35mm film a beloved choice among photographers who value its unique characteristics and timeless appeal.

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