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.
Most Liked Positive Review
Love it -- Perfect scans
Colors have more than enough punch, the grain is outstanding, and the tonal range is very, very impressive. I am constantly amazed at what I can pull out of the shadows with this film.
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Kodak Ektar 100/120mm
I have tried this film in 35mm and 120mm and there is no punch to the color and the color is not accurate. I do not think it is as good as the normal Kodak 200 daylight film or Kodak High Definition. It is definitely not in the same league as Kodak Ultra Color or Porta and Fuji Reala.
Reviewed by 23 customers
I use my medium and large format film cameras as digital cameras by processing the film and then scanning the negatives to make a digital negative, then I use Photoshop CS6 to process and print. The only color film I use is Kodak Ektar as it provides the finest grained and sharpest negatives available.
I wanted an inexpensive color negative film for my Yashica TLR camera. I process the film myself. I am quite pleased with the film to capture the colors and contrast.
This film can't be beat for the cost. It's very close to slide film qualities and blues to die for. It probably is best suited for landscape.
Good bang for it's buck and gives that slight green paired with a tiny bit of wash. Cheapest of the Kodak options now, but great as a bread n butter film for everything.
Ektar is a fantastic color film that renders reds and greens in a fantastic fashion... I primarily use Ektar for landscapes or urban environments where I want pop in my greens and reds and for darker moody light that I want to take advantage of.. Because of it being heavy on the reds I do not shoot people very often with it especially if they are Caucasian as it sometimes makes them look pinker than they are. Ektar is my go to specialty film and when I do use it there is no need for photoshop silliness... it is perfect the way it is.
I use this film in a Kiev medium format camera. The film always looks great after development. The colors and contrast are always sharp and exactly how I want.
Excellent fine grain film. Adorama delivered in quick time for a fine vacation of film shooting.
I got this as it was recommended by a fellow friend who also shoots medium format and since I do street photography he informed me that I would love this film for it and sure enough he was correct. I love the color, congrats and details that it retains in every image. Glad I picked it up.
Ken Rockwell recommends North Coast Photo Lab in CA for their great enhanced scans. So I asked the lab president which would give me the best results, Fuji Velvia or Ektar 100, and he said Ektar! He was right!And with the Ektar you get the wonderful exposure latitude of a color negative film, as opposed to the very narrow "right or wrong" exposure needed with chromes or digital capture.
This stuff is pretty good when you get the expodure right on. Treat it like you would transparency film and the results might impress.