Kodak Ektachrome E100G is one of the slide films that is still being manufactured by Kodak. It does not cause wild color shifts when cross processed and produces saturated but natural colors for your shots. It is definitely one of my favorite slide films!
Kodak E100G is a Kodak slide film that is available in both 35mm and 120mm formats. It is an ISO 100 slide film that produces natural colors even when cross processed. This makes it suitable for portraits and natural scenery. The first time I used Kodak E100G was during my trip to Bali earlier this year. I wanted a film that would give me saturated but natural colors and also fine grains. My friend recommended me the Kodak E100G and I gave it a try. It didn’t disappoint me!
Kodak Ektachrome E 100G 35mm is one hi-tech transparency player. High-efficiency T-Grain emulsion crystals mean that when blown up you can barely detect any grain. Kodak’s amplifying system controls and enhances colour rendition and its advanced emulsion sensitization ensures perky whites and sharper shots. See the whole range of colour slides in our Shop.
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