Kodak Portra 160 Color Negative Film, ISO 160, Size 35mm, 36 Exposure

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The New 35mm Professional Portra Color Film from Kodak is the consistent choice for beautiful portraits at any moment and under a wide variety of lighting. It could be the pose you've lit meticulously or a subject that's suddenly in perfect light. In either situation, you can capture every detail with Kodak Professional Portra 160-speed films knowing that you will get a sharp, fine grained image with good shadow and highlight detail.

Portra reproduces accurate and natural color across the entire spectrum. In addition, the fine grain of Portra permits you to print larger than traditional color negative films. Kodak's T-Grain emulsion produces a clearer and more brilliant print with excellent resolution and skin tones.

Kodak Specifications

Size
35mm
ISO
160
Mfr #
KKP16036U
SKU
KKP16036U

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 3 customers

 
4.0

Lovely and characteristic Portra feel

By

from Mineapolis, MN  -  Photo Enthusiast

A lot has been said about Kodak's venerable Portra. It is a fine film. I just love it. It's limitted in some respects and a bit expensive. Othervise, it's fine.

 
5.0

Fabulous film

By

from Arlington, VA  -  Pro Photographer

This is one of the best films I have ever used. Fine grain, beautiful colors, decent latitude for exposure

 
4.0

Great Skin Tones!!!

By

from Gaithersburg Maryland  -  Photo Enthusiast

The best choice, when there is still a choice to shoot film.

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Danny R  Is this film expired? If not when does it expire?
DANIEL H  Usually expires something like 2 years in the future, it really depends on the film and when you buy it. But unless marked film is always fresh dated. When it gets close to it's expiration date they'll sell it as short dated, and when it's past they'll sell it as expired.
Danny R  Is this film expired? If not when does it expire?
DANIEL H  Usually expires something like 2 years in the future, it really depends on the film and when you buy it. But unless marked film is always fresh dated. When it gets close to it's expiration date they'll sell it as short dated, and when it's past they'll sell it as expired.
Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
RICHARD C  was looking for a good color film. this one was perfect for my needs. color was true.
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