Kodak Kodacolor Gold 400 GC Color Negative Film ISO 400, 35mm Size, 36 Exposure,

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About Kodak

• Clear, vibrant pictures with ISO 400-speed color print films. Excellent sharpness and fine grain provide high quality pictures that you'll be proud to share with others, even when enlarged. Designed for exposure with daylight or electronic flash, you can also obtain pleasing results under most existing-light conditions without filters.
• Its proprietary technology delivers the world's most convenient 400-speed film, so you can capture more of your precious moments. Whether your subjects are still or moving fast, in sunlight or dim light, Gold 400 film gives you great results. If you currently use 100 or 200 speed film, switching to this amazingly adaptable film will improve up to 25 percent of the pictures you take.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(5)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Accurate (5),Consistent (3),Good tonal range (3)
Best Uses:
Action shots (4),Home (4),Travel (4)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (3)

Kodak Features

  • Maximum versatility: Great pictures in sunlight or low light, in action or still. The world's most versatile 400-speed film choice.
  • ISO 400: Great pictures in a wide range of lighting conditions, Better pictures in low light, Sharper pictures with moving subjects, Extended flash range for better flash pictures, Reduced effect of "camera shake", Better depth of focus capabilities.
  • Improved color reproduction: Bright, vibrant prints & Consistent color under most lighting conditions.
  • Optimized skin tones: Pleasing, natural-looking "people pictures".
  • Improved image structure: Finer grain for clear, sharp pictures, Great for enlargements, Improved prints from underexposed negatives.
  • Scanning compatibility: High-quality results from digital output systems & Great prints from digital zoom and crop images.
  • Photofinishing compatibility: Printing compatibility with Kodak Gold and Kodak Max Films.

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4.6

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100%

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great Affordable All Round Film

I have used Kodak Ultramax under a variety of conditions and it has almost always given me good results. I prefer Ultramax over Fuji 400 because the color tones and rendition given are so much closer to real life than Fuji. Fuji in my eye tends to have very saturated colors and brings out the blue a lot more than Kodak. I have a Canon film scanner and this film scans relatively well although not as well as Portra 400 or Ektar 100. Both Portra and Ektar are professional films so that is to be ...

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I have used Kodak Ultramax under a variety of conditions and it has almost always given me good results. I prefer Ultramax over Fuji 400 because the color tones and rendition given are so much closer to real life than Fuji. Fuji in my eye tends to have very saturated colors and brings out the blue a lot more than Kodak. I have a Canon film scanner and this film scans relatively well although not as well as Portra 400 or Ektar 100. Both Portra and Ektar are professional films so that is to be expected. Still with that in mind I am satisfied with the results from the Ultramax I have scanned. The only problem I have had with this film is it can tend to be a little flat and grainy when a long exposure is done. This film also is very affordable and the 36 exposure rolls are extremely nice. Overall this is a great film.

Reviewed by 5 customers

 
5.0

Great Affordable All Round Film

By

from USA  -  Photo Enthusiast

I have used Kodak Ultramax under a variety of conditions and it has almost always given me good results. I prefer Ultramax over Fuji 400 because the color tones and rendition given are so much closer to real life than Fuji. Fuji in my eye tends to have very saturated colors and brings out the blue a lot more than Kodak. I have a Canon film scanner and this film scans relatively well although not as well as Portra 400 or Ektar 100. Both Portra and Ektar are professional films so that is to be expected. Still with that in mind I am satisfied with the results from the Ultramax I have scanned. The only problem I have had with this film is it can tend to be a little flat and grainy when a long exposure is done. This film also is very affordable and the 36 exposure rolls are extremely nice. Overall this is a great film.

 
5.0

Film vs Digital

By

from Knoxville, TN  -  Casual Photographer

My husband is still old school and loves his camera that uses film. He still enjoys the element of surprise when he gets his pictures developed. It is hard to come by film these days. I was searching for film on line a few years ago and came across this site (Adorama)and found Kodak 400 speed film at a great price. I have been ordering from them now for years at the best price with no issues.

 
4.0

Great Multi-use film

By

from North San Juan, California  -  Pro Photographer

I enjoy this film, as it works in any situation, motion or stillshots, an you can't beat the price!

 
4.0

Classic film for your classic camera!

By

from Columbus, Indiana  -  Photo Enthusiast

If you have a classic 35mm camera, this is a good choice for an all around film. The 400 speed works well under a variety of lighting conditions, and the grain is much better than the film we used back when those cameras were new. The price is right, too! Hopefully Kodak (or someone) will continue to produce film for when we want to excercise our classic cameras!

 
5.0

Thank You

By

from Bradenton, FL  -  Photo Enthusiast

Have always liked Kodak film. Thank you.

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GUSTAVO G  cheap good film for your toy cameras.
David L  Can i develop this film myself using Tetenal C-41 Press Kit for Color Negative Film (Powder)?
AL W  C-41 is a color process, regardless of manufacturer. I've only used Kodak chemicals - many years ago, and no longer do any of my own darkroom processing any more. Suggest you get on the internet, and "google-up" your chemistry brand and Kodak processing for more specific answers than I can provide. This probably has not been much help - but I'm being truthful here.
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GUSTAVO G  cheap good film for your toy cameras.
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