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Kodak Professional Ektar 100 Color Negative Film (120 Roll Film, 5-Pack)

BH #KOE100120P • MFR #8314098
Kodak Professional Ektar 100 Color Negative Film (120 Roll Film, 5-Pack)



Key Features
  • Daylight-Balanced Color Negative Film
  • ISO 100/21° in C-41 Process
  • Extremely Fine Grain Structure
  • Vivid Color Saturation, High Sharpness
Kodak Professional Ektar 100 is a daylight-balanced color negative film characterized by an ultra-vivid color palette, high saturation, and an extremely fine grain structure. Utilizing the cinematic VISION Film technology, this film's smooth grain profile pairs with a micro-structure optimized T-GRAIN emulsion to make it especially well-suited to scanning applications, and advanced development accelerators offer extended versatility when making enlargements. Ektar has a nominal sensitivity of ISO 100/21°, and advanced cubic emulsions and proprietary DIR couplers render it with high sharpness, fine detail, and a well-defined edge quality. The combination of rich colors, fine grain, and optimized sharpness benefit this film's use for nature, travel, and outdoor photography, as well as fashion, product, and other commercial applications.
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Can I use this on Nikon F100.
Asked by: Anonymous
No, you cannot. The Kodak 120 Ektar 100 Color Negative (Print) Film - Pro Pack 5 Rolls is for cameras that use 120 film for medium format cameras; the Nikon F100 SLR camera uses 35mm film. You would have to purchase the Kodak 135-36 35mm Ektar 100 Color Negative Film (36 Exposure), B&H # KOE10036, for use with the Nikon F100 35mm SLR camera.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2023-09-27

Should this film be frozen from day one or can I ...

Should this film be frozen from day one or can I leave it at room temperature if I plan to use it before expiration date? Thanks.
Asked by: William
IMO the most important factor is consistency. It's variable temp changes over time that degrade a film stock the most. I've shot 70s vericolor that's held incredibly well and I've shot 90s film stocks that look horrendous. So it's not so much important you freeze as early as possible, more important that you freeze and keep frozen.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2022-01-08

What's the expiration date on this film?

What's the expiration date on this film?
Asked by: LEE
The expiration date for Kodak Professional Ektar 100 Color Negative Film (120 Roll Film, 5-Pack) will be at least 6 months after you receive it--this is the B&H Photo policy concerning film expiration dates.
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2023-12-07

Is it fresh film?

Is it fresh film?
Asked by: Bayu
We usually stock fresh film , for expiration date call our Film department
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-02-02


Asked by: Eric L.
I store all my film in the frig and it will keep for a long time after expiration date with no problems. Been doing this for many years.
Answered by: Bob A.
Date published: 2018-08-27


where is this film made?
Asked by: Anonymous
Information on the packaging says that Ektar 100 is made in the USA. The Eastman Kodak Company is located in Rochester, NY.
Answered by: Robert R.
Date published: 2018-08-28


Will this work in the Pentax ME super? (I'm new to film cameras) also what roll of film can anyone recommend that's perfect for a sunny vacation to an island??
Asked by: Yisdaris S.
This film (Ektar Professional 100 - 120) is designed for 2.25 film cameras. The camera you have, a Pentax ME Super, is a 35mm film camera and uses 35mm film. And yes, I would use the Ektar 100 - 35mm film for shooting in sunny islands.
Answered by: RICHARD M.
Date published: 2018-08-27


How many pictures per roll?
Asked by: Jason
It depends on your camera and what size frame it shoots. The most common sizes for 120 film are 6x7cm, 6x6cm and 6x4.5cm. If your camera shoots a 6x7 frame (like a Mamiya RB67 or Pentax 67) you will get 10 photos. A 6x6 camera (like a Hasselblad 500 CM or most twin lens cameras) would give you 12. A 6x4.5 camera (like a Mamiya 645 or a Hasselblad H1) would give you 16.
Answered by: Liz S.
Date published: 2019-07-30
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