120-size roll film is widely used for a broad range of photographic applications including ultra high-resolution photography.
Whether you're a professional photographer or an advanced amateur, the pursuit of the perfect picture is a never-ending quest.
By offering the world's finest-grain color negative film in 120 format, Kodak continues its long-standing history of providing the tools and selection for photographers who want images with the best quality and highest detail.
Reviewed by 3 customers
I've been extremely pleased with my exposures on Ektar. The EV latitude of a color negative film, super-tight grain structure, crisp and vivid colors - coupled with the lower costs of C41 processing (vs. E6) make Ektar an obvious favorite for color film photographers. When paired with the new Portra 160, there's almost nothing that can't be shot. Understanding the natural color bias of each emulsion will help direct good decisions. It's a great time to be a color film photographer with Ektar being so good and Kodak should be commended for continuing to innovate.
I agree with the previous review that this film is very saturated. I've used it in my Holga and it's just perfect. The colors are very saturated and crisp.
I rate this film 5 stars because it delivers on it's promise. It is a very saturated film that is for all intents and purposes grain free. Films, however, can be a very objective medium. I, personally, just don't care too much for using the film simply because the colors seem too over the top for my tastes. Again though, that is a matter of personal taste, it has nothing to do with the quality of the film or what it promises to deliver. It may just very well be that the type of photos I typically shoot are not a good match for this film. As I am writing this, Fall is approaching, and this film could be ideal for foliage shots.