Kodak UltraMax 400

The Kodak UltraMax 400 is the great film for all shooting conditions! Also, it is very sharp! Great film to give your camera.

I ran out of film so I went to the local grocery store to get new ones, but instead they had some new film. Kodak UltraMax 400. So instead of choosing the same usual film, I took a chance and bought a pack of it.

I took my first couple of shots making my mango float for Mephisto’s April Rumble.

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I was very pleased with the clear shots. Then I took my other rolls at my trip to Durham.

Credits: kobehasanidea

I loved how all the pictures turned out! I love how I could see every little detail. My camera loves this film and so do I.

written by kobehasanidea on 2011-06-13 in #reviews

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