Kodak GC/UltraMax 400 Color Negative Film (35mm Roll Film, 24 Exposures, 3-Pack)

BH #KOUM40024H • MFR #6034052
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Kodak GC/UltraMax 400 Color Negative Film (35mm Roll Film, 24 Exposures, 3-Pack)
Key Features
  • Daylight-Balanced Color Negative Film
  • ISO 400/27° in C-41 Process
  • Rich Saturation, Optimized Skin Tones
  • Fine Grain, Wide Exposure Latitude
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Kodak's GC/UltraMax 400 is a high-speed daylight-balanced color negative film offering a wide exposure latitude for greater versatility, as well as a fine grain structure with consistent and accurate colors. Optimized skin tone reproduction makes this film suitable for portraiture while a vibrant overall color palette benefits general and outdoor photography. It has a nominal sensitivity of ISO 400/27° and is well-suited to both scanning and enlarging applications.
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Kodak 6034052 Overview

Kodak's GC/UltraMax 400 is a high-speed daylight-balanced color negative film offering a wide exposure latitude for greater versatility, as well as a fine grain structure with consistent and accurate colors. Optimized skin tone reproduction makes this film suitable for portraiture while a vibrant overall color palette benefits general and outdoor photography. It has a nominal sensitivity of ISO 400/27° and is well-suited to both scanning and enlarging applications.

This item is a three-pack of 24-exposure rolls of 35mm film.

UPC: 086806034050

Kodak 6034052 Specs

Film Format35mm
Number of Exposures24
Film TypeColor Negative
Film SpeedISO 400
Color BalanceDaylight
Film ProcessingC-41
Number of Rolls3
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.18 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11 x 5 x 4"
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Is it ok to store the film in the fridge for like ...

Is it ok to store the film in the fridge for like 9 months after it’s already exposed and then develop it? Will it be effected?
Asked by: Safwan
First question is why do you need to wait 9 months to process an exposed roll of film? It is actually best to process ASAP after exposure. But, as long as the film is within its shelf life, then it should not be a problem. I have never had to do this, but make no mistake that I do not recommend you storing a roll of exposed film for 9 months, refrigerated or not.
Answered by: Bruce
Date published: 2020-07-28

How about expired day of Ultramax 400 24ex?

How about expired day of Ultramax 400 24ex?
Asked by: Tín
Dec 2020
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-02-27
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