Kodak E100S (35mm. 100 iso) user- review


Blue, green or yellow? How about all of them?

Blue, green or yellow? How about all of them?

The moment I saw a bunch of this film in a nearby lab, I immediately bought all of them and i loaded it into my LC-A! After i have them cross processed I was very suprised to see the results! The colours was just nice, it was breathtaking and just by looking at my shots i am lost for words.

I was pretty lucky to get a chance trying out this film because as far as I know, Kodak has stop producing it.

The “S” in E100S means the colour is saturated. The film is rated 100 ISO and it is most suitable for outdoor pahotography. When you shoot on a hot sunny day, you will get bright green and yellow-ish colours. Cross process the film and you will experience a wonderful feeling when you see the output. It’s almost grainless making your image clearer and smooth.

So what are you waiting for? Today might be your lucky day, so start hunting for this film now!

written by syafeeq on 2008-12-09 #gear #slide #review #ektachrome #e100s #kodak #x-pro


  1. eva_eva
    eva_eva ·

    love the colour!! cool film, nice review!

  2. ripsta
    ripsta ·

    i love to use this film also
    i love to snap outdoor " pahotography. "

  3. oldskool_rider
    oldskool_rider ·

    i want some, NOW!

  4. wil6ka
    wil6ka ·

    wow wow

  5. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    Congratulations... these are the best cross-processed shots I've ever seen!! I need to get some of this. Thanx.

  6. makeyuu
    makeyuu ·

    i want i want!

  7. mattydk
    mattydk ·

    i shot a roll of this with my LCA+ just need to get it developed.

  8. orlando_a
    orlando_a ·

    i have to know what the top language is!

  9. orlando_a
    orlando_a ·

    ...on photo 5 (oops)

  10. orlando_a
    orlando_a ·

    is the dark burn around the darks a completely analog effect?

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