- 36 exposures
- Color reversal film
After much anticipation, Kodak Ektachrome 100 is finally here! Revived by Kodak, this film is characterised by clean, vibrant colors, a neutral tone scale, and extremely fine grain owing to its low ISO rating. It’s well suited to a wide range of applications, such as product, landscape, nature and fashion photography. It's fast becoming a favourite of film photographers since its recent release.
An icon of the film world, Kodak was formed in 1888 by George Eastman and became so successful that by 1975 they sold 90% of all film and 85% of all film cameras sold in the United States were produced by Kodak. Unfortunately, the rise of digital photography and later mobile photography meant that Kodak’s success diminished, ultimately resulting in bankruptcy in 2012.
Fortunately the photography side of the business continues to operate today under the Kodak Alaris name, which means we’re able to continue using the Kodak films we all know and love, with Kodak further showing their commitment to film with the revival of the iconic Ektachrome 100 film.