The Universal film, can shoot in any weather. Pure gold!
One fine summer day – when the sun was shining and I was still rich, I bought heaps of Kodak Gold 200. For a long time I have not seen film with 100 ASA for sale, perhaps they don’t produce it anymore, I’m not sure though and I really don’t care that much since I already have 30 boxes of gold! Now, while I was writing this article – summer passed and winter came, there’s snow outside the window and the sun has disappeared, but my pictures kept the memories and there are still a few rolls waiting for the next sunny season.
KODAK GOLD 200 Films are low-speed color negative films that offer an outstanding combination of
color saturation, fine grain, and high sharpness. This film is perfect for summer and the bright sun, as well as for evening shooting. It gives a bright saturated colors, especially yellow and blue. But I would not recommend it for shooting indoors, and using natural light in particular. If there’s no flash, your photos will be muddy and always with an orange tint.