Which is better Kodak Ultramax or gold?

Which is better Kodak Ultramax or gold?

Ultramax 400’s more pronounced grain structure is arranged in a pleasing way, and its color rendition (to my taste) is much more balanced than Kodak Gold. Ultramax 400 sounds like it would be a good deal for just about everybody, but for whatever reason, that just isn’t the case.

Is Kodak Ultramax 400 good?

Its a versatile film, good for daylight and lowlight shooting. Like most Kodak, its warm tones make it good portrait film and it’s strong saturation works well for landscapes as sell. In our opinion, this film is one of the best budget films and is great for beginners since it does so well with over exposure.

Which is better Kodak Gold or ColorPlus?

“Quality-wise” is supposed to be below the Kodak Gold 200, however, I don’t believe that is complely true. In fact, ColorPlus 200 is a highly underrated film. Even being the cheapest film around, it will give great results….Kodak ColorPlus 200 Review.

Name Kodak ColorPlus 200
Availability ★★★★☆

Does Kodak still make gold 200?

Kodak has just announced that Kodak Gold 200 will now be produced in 120 medium format! The film, which is available to order for retailers and dealers in 5-roll Pro Packs starting today, is priced lower than Kodak’s current medium format color films – approximately 25% less than Ektar and Portra. This is huge news.

Is Kodak Ultramax good film?

Ultramax is a good all purpose film. It captures detail well and at 400 ISO is a good speed for a variety of conditions. A good versatile film to keep in the bag, particularly when you want that “film “look .

What’s the difference between 400 and 200 film?

The ISO rating works such that 400 film is twice as sensitive as 200 film, and 200 film is twice as sensitive as 100 film. It just so happens that shutter speeds listed on cameras and aperture stops work this way as well. The difference between, say, 1/125 and 1/60 is that 1/60 lets in twice as much light.

Is Kodak Ultramax good for indoor?

Indoor photography with Kodak Ultramax 400 is easier to execute too. For the best performance, you’ll still want a good amount of natural light flowing in from the windows. However, if you don’t have natural light, you can always use a wider aperture and slower shutter speed too.

Is Kodak Ultramax discontinued?

ULTRAMAX is not discontinued.

Is 35mm film still available?

Yes! 35mm is still made and is by far the most popular film format that we sell. 35mm is still made by a few of the big dogs in film such as Kodak, Ilford and Fujifilm as well as lots of lovely indie brands such as Film Washi, Dubblefilm and revolog.

When would you use ISO 200 film?

ISO 100 or 200 film speeds are best for bright lighting conditions and outdoor photography. As this is a slower film, more light will be required for exposures. If there is not enough light available, slow film may result in dark or blurry photographs.

What ISO film should I buy?

Set the Film ISO If you plan to shoot indoors in low light conditions, film ISOs of 400, 800, or even 1600 are preferred. If you are shooting outside and you have lots of sunlight, try to use ISO 100 film, or even slower (you can find films with ISO 50 or 25).

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