Kodak Portra 400 Color Negative Film ISO 400, 35mm Size, 36 Exposure, Pack of 5, U.S.A.

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About Kodak

The new PORTRA 400 is the world's finest grain high-speed color negative film. At true ISO 400 speed, this film delivers spectacular skin tones plus exceptional color saturation over a wide range of lighting conditions.

For years, professional photographers have preferred KODAK PROFESSIONAL PORTRA Films because of their consistently smooth, natural reproduction of the full range of skin tones.

In that same tradition, the new PORTRA 400 Film is the ideal choice for portrait and fashion photography, as well as for nature, traveland outdoor photography, where the action is fast or the lighting can't be controlled.

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Kodak Features

  • Incorporates Entertainment Imaging's KODAK VISION Film Technology
  • World's finest grain high-speed color negative film
  • Antenna Dye Sensitization in Cyan and Magenta emulsion layers
  • Ideal for scanning
  • Kodak's Proprietary Targeted Advanced Development Accelerators
  • Extrordinary enlargement capability from a 35mm negative
  • Micro-Structure Optimized T-Grain Emulsions
  • Optimized Emulsion Spectral Sensitivity and Image Modifier Chemistry
  • Beautiful, natural skin tones and superb color reproduction
  • Kodak's Proprietary DIR Couplers
  • Optimized sharpness
  • Distinct edges, fine detail
  • Unified Emulsion Technology
  • Printing compatible with other Kodak Films

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Reviewed by 3 customers

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5.0

Great alternative to digital

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from Colorado Springs  -  Semi-pro Photographer

If you want full-frame quality without having to spend thousands on a high-end DSLR, or simply enjoy the qualities of film, this is a great product. Portra is a good all around film, but truly excels in photographing people. The skin tones are great and it does well under all sorts of lighting (sunlight, incandescent and flourescent). The film has immense exposure lattitude and has no discernable grain, even with its 400ASA speed.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Beautiful rendition of skin tones

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from Washington DC  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This film renders beautiful photos! Very forgiving of exposure and especially well suited for portraits. Although Portra is THE portrait film, it is well suited for just about anything. Super sharp with perfect color and perfect saturation. Contrast is also just right and very complimentary when photographing people. This film has no discernible grain (same as Portra160)and the 800 ASA is incredible with almost no visible grain! I use it as much as possible but it really is just incredible anytime that you photograph people.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

"I would buy this product again and agai

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from Roy Utah  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I it to shoot portraits of my kids and family it's great film I'm glad Kodaks still in the film bussiness it's probably the best they have ever made can't wait to try the 160 portra I love film it's still beats digital any day of the week I shoot with a nikon F6 owesome camera. I also have a pentex 645 medium format it's great camera I just bought two more 120 backs for it from adorama

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
GUSTAVO G  this film is so versatile, indoors or out, low light of sunlight, you'll get good exposures.
Cindi D  Is this the general ISO for shooting a variety of photos? How does the 160 ISO compare?
NOMINUM INC/MAT S  I generally shoot Kodak color negative film at the box speed, or possibly a little overexposed. The Portra 400 has great exposure latitude, and works particularly well when one can't meter exactly (e.g. with an older camera/simple meter). The Portra 160 has less latitude in my experience but on the upside has even better grain and resolution. Both look beyond fantastically amazing! They have a really nice almost fairy pixie look to them - gotta love Kodak! How do I choose between the two? Well, if I want to shoot with shorter DOF I pick 160 otherwise 400.
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