As vintage enthusiasts, just because something is new doesn’t mean that we need to ignore it! Being one of Kodak’s newest emulsions, Ektar is hands down one of the best color films out there. Here’s a couple of reviews the community has made regarding this rising star!
Because of its saturation, it is a very good alternative and really gives Fujifilm’s legendary Velvia 50 a run for its money for landscape photography.
Overall, it’s the final results of this film that show its quality and its these that will win you over. This film won me over with just one roll and I can imagine its won a lot of people over in a similar fashion. If you’re thinking of trying out a new to you colour negative film, I would highly recommend this one.
The film gives very precise results, judged by my naked eyes. It is a very good film in producing landscape, especially with the greenery. All kind of situations do not scare off the film. In fact it is very ‘honest’ in replicating the scenery in which I have seen.
Based on this test roll, the results are impressive even in less than ideal lighting conditions for an ISO 100 film. In fact, I feel that this film has great potential as a film of choice for long night exposures.