Kodak 6031470 Color Plus 200 135/36 Film

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Kodak 6031470 Color Plus 200 135/36 Film

Kodak 6031470 Color Plus 200 135/36 Film

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There is still a depth and some saturation to the blues, but they can drop in luminance, as you might notice in the images below. It first appeared in 1972, under the name of Kodacolor II, was made in the 110 film format, and was rated at an ISO of 100. The 24-exposure version of the 35mm value film, the Kodak ColorPlus 200 is a great option for photographers on a low budget. Maybe overdid things in some of the shots a little but in the end it is horses for courses and I wanted to give the film the best press.

To understand more about the details above you can check out our film guide or if you want some inspiration then head over to our page on choosing your next film.The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. Kodak ColorPlus 200 is a budget colour film that performs admirably in a wide range of settings, consistently delivers a wonderful vintage colour aesthetic, and really shines in sunlight!

So if you look at the sample photos and think that ColorPlus 200 looks and feels like a 70s or 80s throwback.Kodak ColorPlus 200 is a versatile medium-speed daylight-balanced color negative film, characterized by its fine grain structure, high sharpness, and rich color saturation. Rated at 200 ISO, this film is destined to be shot in sunny, outdoor situations, or in very well-lit environments.

You can expect a good all-round performance from this film; with noticeable grain, warm tones, a slightly muted look to some colours such as the blues (especially in overcast conditions) and a generally "vintage" look. During sunny conditions however, contrast and saturation take a boost, and this is where I think this film really shines. Due to it's slightly narrower dynamic range when shot in high-contrast scenes, it can create images reminiscent of those made on slide film. I was a big fan of the old Agfa Vista 200 24 3 exposure rolls available here in Austria in the 1990ies. Photographers can still use film, and Kodak Color Plus film brings a warmth to the shots that's specific to 35 mm film.These articles have all of the info that a new shooter will need to pick their film and have success shooting it. With 24 exposures this is a great option for photographers on a tight budget or people testing new or refurbished cameras. Higher magnifications may provide more detail, but they can also make the image shakier due to hand movements. A life-saver, as somebody that likes to emphasize warm tones as those at late afternoon to have a film with this bias is nice.

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