Kodak Professional Portra 800 Color Negative Film (35mm Roll Film, 36 Exposures)

BH #KOP80036 • MFR #1451855
Kodak
Kodak Professional Portra 800 Color Negative Film (35mm Roll Film, 36 Exposures)
Key Features
  • Daylight-Balanced Color Negative Film
  • ISO 800/30° in C-41 Process
  • Fine Grain, High Sharpness & Edge Detail
  • Vivid Color Saturation, Low Contrast
Kodak's Professional Portra 800 is a high-speed daylight-balanced color negative film optimized for use in difficult lighting conditions. It has a nominal sensitivity of ISO 800/30° along with a notable underexposure latitude for effectively pushing to ISO 1600 with maintained quality and extended highlight and shadow detail. Vivid color saturation and low overall contrast contribute to pleasing skin tones and neutral color accuracy, and a micro-structure optimized T-GRAIN emulsion renders a fine grain structure with high sharpness and edge acutance. Kodak's proprietary advanced development accelerators and antenna dye sensitization also offer enhanced scanning and enlarging performance. Portra 800 is very well-suited to photographing moving subjects and working in low-light conditions while maintaining true color reproduction.
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$13.95
Film Format
35mm
120
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Kodak Portra 800 Overview

Kodak's Professional Portra 800 is a high-speed daylight-balanced color negative film optimized for use in difficult lighting conditions. It has a nominal sensitivity of ISO 800/30° along with a notable underexposure latitude for effectively pushing to ISO 1600 with maintained quality and extended highlight and shadow detail. Vivid color saturation and low overall contrast contribute to pleasing skin tones and neutral color accuracy, and a micro-structure optimized T-GRAIN emulsion renders a fine grain structure with high sharpness and edge acutance. Kodak's proprietary advanced development accelerators and antenna dye sensitization also offer enhanced scanning and enlarging performance. Portra 800 is very well-suited to photographing moving subjects and working in low-light conditions while maintaining true color reproduction.

This item is one 36-exposure roll of 35mm film.

UPC: 041771451851

Kodak Portra 800 Specs

Film Format35mm
Number of Exposures36
Film TypeColor Negative
Film SpeedISO 800
Color BalanceDaylight
Film ProcessingC-41
Film BaseAcetate
Number of Rolls1
Layer Thickness130.0 µm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.07 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)2.4 x 1.55 x 1.4"
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This Portra-800 135-36 Pro Color Print Film is for 35mm cameras - correct?
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Yes
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When does the film expire?
Asked by: Justin
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Can I order more than 1 roll of Kodak Portra 800 135? It doesnt work when I click on 5 rolls in quantity in your B&H app. Thanks!
Asked by: Yu-Ying N.
Yes, you can order more than one roll at a time. If you are having trouble placing your order using the app, please contact us by phone and let us know. You can reach us at 800-606-6969.
Answered by: Lisa S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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I'm planning to visit the grand canyon which film will be better portra 400 or 800?
Asked by: Emmanuel G.
if any of the two: portra 400. You will need dynamic range in Grand Canyon , which the 400 is better and 800 is to fast anyway. I would use Ektar 100 there.
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Date published: 2018-08-28

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Is there anyway to develop films at home nowadays ? Scan the results directly through a small film scanner or something? Or it has to be developed by professional lap
Asked by: Bader
You can process and develop black and white film at home. Though it takes materials, safety, and care to great a space for it. As far as scanning goes I would not recommend a small cheap scanner. The quality of the images would be poor and not worth it. It also takes slot of time to properly scan negatives. I use a Epson 750 for scanning. Though that is an investment. If film photography is a hobby I recommend just paying someone to process and scan your film. The time and resources may not outway the costs. Hope that helps.
Answered by: Danii L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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I'm looking to shoot this film for a concert would you recommend this for lowlight situations?
Asked by: Anonymous
I used it during a recent trip to Ireland and didn't take all that many interior (low-light) shots. The few I did take turned out well. Needless to say, I adjusted the aperture and the film speed as needed. The trick is to find someone who knows how to develop film--not so easy these days.
Answered by: Madelyn R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Does it work well to be pushed and or pulled? If so how many steps?
Asked by: Chris P.
I would not pull this film, rather take the cheaper 400 then. For push, I was not really happy with the results. But maybe my pushing was not done well from the lab.
Answered by: Valentino L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Where can I take this Film to be developed
Asked by: Anonymous
their are places on internet that I had good luck also we have one drug store in Dubuque Iowa that still does one hour HAD GOOD LUCK WITH ALL SO FAR 800 FILM IS GREAT !!!!
Answered by: JOEL J A.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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