Kodak High Definition Advantix 200 (APS, 200 iso)

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An APS high Definition Kodak film; though the film I have is expired I can see between the lines, that this film is very sharp.

I have been shooting APS films for a few years now. I like the options that are built into the system APS and all of the cameras are compact and can be carried everywhere. I recently acquired a sweet deal on some Kodak Advantix High Definition ASA 200 and have been taking my camera every where now. I bought this film out dated, so I was excited to see what kinds of shifts the film has taken on.

One roll had some extreme reds washing over the images like some kind of color splash invasion. I love the “accidents” and extreme shifts in expired film. Other wise this film seems super sharp for a negative smaller than 35mm film. I used this film in all situation, low light, over cast days and rainy days and close up flash, and found it to be satisfactory, to pretty great!

written by blue-dog on 2010-01-21 in #reviews #aps #high-definition #high-def #high-definition-film #kodak #asa-200 #advantix

6 Comments

  1. stouf
    stouf ·

    Nice results, crazy shots !

  2. falsedigital
    falsedigital ·

    For 200 ISO that's a crapload of grain....

  3. tveden
    tveden ·

    Ouh it hurts my heart to see all those camerabodies glued to that van. Should have been digital cams instead.

    But it is cool.

  4. blue-dog
    blue-dog ·

    Yes falsedigital, lots of grain in that expired and rainy day roll.. where the other shots, same film, different rolls, are really nice and snappy..odd indeed. Thank you stouf..and tveden, i am with you and i feel your pain.

  5. alpacaangel
    alpacaangel ·

    nice to see you shooting with film that has become a "has been" aps revival

  6. weegee
    weegee ·

    I like the Dr, Strangelove bike.

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