Wesley Verhoeve and Tony Wodarck checked it out, so take an appearance at some of the amazing photos they took with this 120mm movie. And if you prepare to buy a few rolls yourself, take an appearance at the technical sheet right here.
Kodak Professional Gold is, oh the paradox, not thought about a professional film. Kodak explains it as an “affordable, entry-level color movie,” however obviously, that doesnt suggest pro photographers cant utilize it. It includes warm saturated color, fine grain, and high sharpness, and you can utilize it for daytime and flash photography.
The 35mm variation of Kodak Gold 200 has actually been around for a long time and its been really popular. No wonder, thinking about that it gives you an excellent price-quality ratio.
As DPReview notes, Kodak Gold 200 in 120 format is expected to be about 25% cheaper than Kodak Portra 160.
Mentioning price, its one of the reasons for this movies popularity (however not the only one). As DPReview notes, Kodak Gold 200 in 120 format is anticipated to be about 25% more affordable than Kodak Portra 160. It will be offered to purchase at movie retailers in 5-roll “Pro Packs.”
Film shooters rejoice, Kodak has some great news for you. Kodak Moments (the department of Kodak Alaris) has reanimated Kodak Professional Gold 200 in 120mm. If youre looking into updating to medium format, this will be a terrific location to start. But also, its terrific if youre seeking to cut down on the movie cost as it will be a more affordable choice than other 120mm color film rolls from Kodak.
Kodak Moments (the division of Kodak Alaris) has actually reanimated Kodak Professional Gold 200 in 120mm. Likewise, its terrific if youre looking to cut back on the film cost as it will be a more cost effective choice than other 120mm color film rolls from Kodak.