35mm 36 exposures.
Kodak Ektar 100 was released as a completely new film in around 2007, designed to cater for photographers looking for higher contrast, ultra fine grain, and vivid punchy colour saturation – infact, the sort of qualities more often associated with colour reversal (slide) film, because, unbeknown to everyone at the time, Kodak was intending to ultimately kill their entire range of colour slide film (….fast forward to 2018, and Kodak re-introduced slide film with E100, but that’s another chapter of the story!) Kodak Ektar is a film very much suited to landscape or travel photography or whenever fine grain and heavier colour saturation is demanded. It’s not known for lending itself so much to portraiture and we would probably agree with this. Saying that, we would say skin tones on Ektar are still miles ahead of skin tones from most digital sensors! Kodak claim Ektar offers the finest, smoothest grain of any color negative film available today. Ideal for scanning, and offering extraordinary enlargement capability from a 35mm negative. A perfect choice for professional photographers, advanced amateurs and enthusiasts.
At Ag we have a very tightly controlled C41 processing line that will deliver superb results from Kodak Ektar. We also offer all the ancillary services such as a wide range of scanning and print options. Click here for our C41 page.
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