Kodak Ektar 100 35mm Film 36 Exposures (£9.50 incl VAT)

Kodak Ektar 100 35mm Film 36 Exposures (£9.50 incl VAT)

£9.50 incl VAT

  • £7.92


Prior to its use on film stocks, the Ektar name (Eastman Kodak TessAR) originally referred to Kodak’s premium, professional lenses (introduced in 1936 and sold until the late 1960s).

Original Ektar film (1989 to 1997) started as a colour 35mm and 120 “semi-professional film”, designed to offer ultra-fine grain. It was manufactured in 25, 100, and 1000 ISO formats and discontinued in 1994. “New Ektar” (ISO 100/21°) was introduced in September 2008 and claims to be the finest-grain colour negative film available on the market. The film offers high saturation with vivid colour reproduction and good tolerance to underexposure. The film was initially only offered in 35mm format. The offering was expanded to include 120 format film, then 4×5 and 8×10 sheet sizes in 2010.

According to Kodak, Ektar 100 is very suitable for digitising using a film scanner. It is coated onto an acetate film base. In 35mm format, the film is provided in DX-coded 36 exposure 35mm cassettes.

Name: Kodak Professional Ektar 100
Vendor:
 Kodak
Type: 
Colour (negative)
Native
 ISO: 100
Format(s):
35mm, 120, Sheet
35mm DX Coded: 
Yes
Spectral sensitivity:
 -
Normal Process:
C-41
Cross Process: -
Push process:
 -
Exposure latitude: -
Verified Manufacturer:
 Kodak

Technical info courtesy of EMULSIVE