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The Kodak Portra 160 Color Film / 220 is a color negative film great for portraits, fashion and commercial shoots. The film delivers superb performance both on-location and in a studio setting. Advanced emulsion technology provides sharp imaging, beautiful neutral skin tones and a finer grain than ever, making for excellent scanned color reproductions. Get great shots with this film, even in challenging light. Targeted Advanced Development Accelerators speed up the film development process. The number of exposures the film yields will depend upon the format of the camera used.

Entertainment Imaging's KODAK VISION Film Technology provides improved grain that is ideal for scanning.
Kodak's Advanced Cubic Emulsions offer superior enlargement capability from a 35mm negative; this technology and Kodak's proprietary DIR Couplers work together to optimize image sharpness and provide distinct edges and fine detail.
Micro-Structure Optimized T-Grain Emulsions deliver finer grain than ever before; Optimized Emulsion Spectral Sensitivity and Image Modifier Chemistry produce beautiful neutral skin tones; all three features work together to create high-quality color reproductions.
Kodak's proprietary Targeted Advanced Development Accelerators speed up the film development process.
The number of exposures the film yields will depend upon the format of the camera used.
Type 220 mm color negative film
Application Candid / posed portraits, fashion, commercial, indoor / outdoor, studio / location
Speed Daylight or Electronic Flash: ISO 160
Photo lamp (3400 K): 50
Tungsten (3200 K): 40
Shutter Speed For average front-lit subjects from 2 hours after sunrise to 2 hours before sunset:
Bright / hazy sun on light sand / snow: 1/125s
Bright / hazy sun (distinct shadows): 1/125s
Weak, hazy sun (soft shadows): 1/125s
Cloudy bright (no shadows): 1/125s
Heavy overcast / open shade: 1/125s
Lens Opening For average front-lit subjects from 2 hours after sunrise to 2 hours before sunset:
Bright / hazy sun on light sand / snow: f/16
Bright / hazy sun (distinct shadows): f/11 - use f/5.6 for backlit close-up subjects
Weak, hazy sun (soft shadows): f/8
Cloudy bright (no shadows): f/5.6
Heavy overcast / open shade: f/4
Filters Type of fluorescent lamp: Color compensation filter / exposure adjustment
Daylight: 20R + 5M / +1 stop
White: 40B + 5C / + 1 2/3 stop
Warm White: 40B + 40C / +2 stops
Warm White Deluxe: 40B + 50C / +2 stops
Cool White: 30B / +1 stop
Cool White Deluxe: 40C + 10M / +1 stop
Exposure times: 1/60s or longer

Type of High-Intensity Discharge lamp: Color compensation filter / exposure adjustment
High-Pressure Sodium Vapor: 50B + 70C / + 2 2/3 stops
Metal Halide: 5C + 10M / + 2/3 stop
Mercury Vapor with Phosphor: 30B + 5C / + 1 stop
Mercury Vapor without Phosphor: 80R / + 1 2/3 stop
Exposure times: 1/125s or longer
Storage Film:
Maximum Temperature: 70° F (21° C)
Optimal Temperature: 55°F (13° C)
Negatives:
Temperature: 35-55 °F (2-13° C)
Humidity: 30-35%
Process C - 41
Printing Optimized for KODAK PROFESSIONAL SUPRA ENDURA VC Digital and ULTRAENDURA High Definition Papers
Scanning Various linear-array-CCD, area-array-CCD, and PMT film scanners
Number of Exposures Number of exposures depends upon format of camera