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Kodak Portra 400 Colour Negative Film

Kodak Portra 400 Colour Negative Film Analog Film Review Best Portrait Film Kodak Portra 400 Colour Negative Film April 22, 2021 Name: Kodak Portra ISO: 400 Film type: Colour Negative Character: Accurate skin tone, high sharpness Portra 400 Film Review Introducing you another essential film manufactured by Kodak and which is quite popular in the market with it’s well known character for natural skin tone and ideal for most lighting conditions. Kodak Portra is another popular stock film in everyone’s […]

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Kodak Vision 3 5207 250D (Daylight) Motion Picture Film

Kodak Vision 3 5207 250D Analog Film Review Motion Picture Film Kodak Vision 3 5207 250D (Daylight) Motion Picture Film February 28, 2021 Kodak Vision 3 5207 250D Motion Picture Film I have tried Cinestill and its original Kodak Vision 3 500T. What’s next? I am curious to understand more about these movie film stocks. I ordered a few and I fell in love with them. Now I stocked many and it became my go-to film. This cine film is […]

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Kodak Ultramax 400 Review

Analog Film Review Kodak Ultramax 400 Best budgeted Option for every film shooters Kodak Ultramax 400 Review July 31, 2020 Signature Kodak Warm Tone Kodak Ultramax 400 is within the family of Gold 200 and ColorPlus 200. It is actually an all-purpose film. Within Kodak’s ISO400 family tree seems people overlooked this film and I think cost and value-wise this is such a great option compare with Kodak Portra 400 and Ektar 100. So far I have shot quite a […]

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Kodak Vision 3 5219 500T Colour Negative Film

Analog Film Review Kodak Vision 3 5219 500T Colour negative film (Motion Picture) Kodak Vision 3 5219 500T Colour Negative Film July 26, 2020 Background Kodak Vision 3 5219 is a high-speed tungsten-balanced film with fine grain structure, great tonality and wide dynamic range. It is flexible to push this film one or two stops over its normal sensitivity of 500 iso. Advanced Dye Layering Technology (DLT) is also used to reduce the appearance of grain in the shadows for […]

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Kodak Professional Tri-X 400 Black and White Film

Kodak Tri-X Professional Film Analog Film Review Classic Black and White Film by Kodak Kodak Professional Tri-X 400 Black and White Film February 2, 2020 Sav, Kodak Tri-x 400 (red filter) Legendary black and white film by Kodak Kodak Tri-x is known to be one of the most popular Black and White films in the market. Many famous photographers have used this film to create their own work. HCB, Josef Koudelka, Robert Frank…etc. As an amateur who wants to pick […]

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JCH Street Pan 400

An alternative for Black and White Film Shooters? I am always so excited whenever there is new film launched in the market, so I picked few rolls of JCH Street Pan 400 out of curiosity. I pre-assumed that this film is just a normal black and white film with high contrast and little details. But after the film was developed by lab. I was happy with the result and decided to try few rolls more. I spoke to the lab […]

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AgfaPhoto Vista Plus 400

Name: AgfaPhoto Vista Plus ISO: 400 Film type: Colour Negative Character: Sensitive to red colour, saturation is high   Brief Summary ISO 400 is the perfect box speed to shoot under different conditions. Since my beloved Kodak Super Gold 400 has already been discontinued. I need to find a replacement for it. I tried Kodak Portra 400 but we didn’t really work out. I always have the impression that the Agfa Vista 400 is cheap with low quality reflected on […]

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Rollei Vario Chrome 200-400

  Name: Rollei Vario Chrome ISO: 320 Film type: Positive Slide Character: High saturation with warm tone   Vintage feel and Warm tone Rollei Vario Chrome is a daylight highspeed colour reversal film with good sharpness. The warmth produced from the film depends on the environment that you use, the brighter the sun is, the warmer the picture will be. Besides, I discovered that it is quite similar to its brother, Rollei CR200 slide film. Except that CR200 tends to be more attracted […]

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CineStill 50 Daylight

What so special about CineStill 50D? Same as CineStill 800T, it is a cinema film with emulsion from Kodak motion picture and modified to be suitable with C-41 processing too. For more information, you can refer to CineStill official website. Name: CineStill 50 Daylight ISO: 50 Film type: Daylight Colour Negative Character: High resolution and sharpness Weather determines your colour palette! CineStill 50D is different from its brother, CineStill 800T. It is a colour balanced daylight film at 5,500K. If any of you […]

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Kentmere 400 Black and White Film

Kentmere 400 Black and White Film Analog Film Review Kentmere 400 Black and White Film August 21, 2017 Ilford B&W negative alternative? Ilford film is pricy but with high quality. If you are looking for low-budgeted film that allows you to shoot more extensively, Kentmere is the best option for you to take some nice black and white photos. It is cheap, reliable and has the “Classical” grey tone. This film only available in 135 format. It would be great […]

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