A film that is good and cheap and exclusively for the Philippine market.
What intrigued me was the tag at the back of the pack that says: “for sale only in the Philippines”. What can I say? I must try out this film. The Kodak Ultima, 100 iso is priced at 55 pesos—that’s roughly about 1.11 USD, so it’s really cheap. But I’m not really a big fan of cheap films except for the Lucky Super film, but this one’s a Kodak, so I gave it a try.
I load it up with my Canon slr and the results turned out great. Very good contrast. The colors are reasonably accurate. The skin tone is a bit desaturated but that’s how I want it.
For its quality and price, it’s a 4.5 out of 5 rating for me!
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