How many exposures does color plus 200 have?

How many exposures does color plus 200 have?

36 exposures
Kodak ColorPlus 200 is an ISO 200, 5500k daylight balanced, colour negative 35mm film that’s available in rolls of 24 or 36 exposures.

What ASA is Kodak 200?

Kodak colorplus 200 asa 36 exposure, (10 Rolls) Pack of 1

Film Color Color
Film Format Type 35mm
Exposures per Roll 36
Roll Quantity 10

Is Ektachrome as good as Kodachrome?

Some will disagree, but at the end, Ektachrome had more accurate colour. And while the dark keeping characteristics of Kodachrome continue to be unsurpassed, the long term stability of recent Ektachrome is much better than in the past.

What does exposures mean on film?

More specifically, it’s the amount of light that reaches the film or camera sensor when a picture is being taken. The more you expose the film or camera sensor to light, the lighter your photo will be. The less light, the darker your photo will be.

Is Kodak Color Plus discontinued?

Everything I had seen called it out as inferior and after some research it’s obvious why. ColorPlus 200 is actually Kodacolor VR 200 from 1982 and discontinued in 1986. It’s been re-branded and re-released mostly overseas to compete with Fuji C200.

Can I use Kodak Gold 200 at night?

The Kodak suggests using this film up to two hours after sunrise and two hours before sunset. But I advise you to use between dusk and dawn. Colors are more saturated in low light. It makes it much better than a dark sky, blue, rather than the blue sky of the morning.

How much is a roll of Kodak?

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What is the difference between Ektachrome 200 and E4 process?

EKTACHROME 200 introduced. The new EKTACHROME 200 had significantly improved grain characteristics while offering a 1/3 stop increase in speed over the former E4-process High Speed EKTACHROME (160 ASA). It has improved colour reproduction with better separation of subtle hues of the same colour.

What is Ektachrome film?

Kodak High Speed EKTACHROME Film (Daylight ASA 160, Tungsten ASA 125) was introduced and became the fastest color film on the consumer market. Introduced in 35mm film format in 20 exposure (135/20) cassettes for exposure in Daylight.

What is Kodak Ektachrome 160 film?

Kodak introduced Kodak EKTACHROME 160 Movie Film (Type A) and two new super 8 movie cameras which, in combination, made possible “existing light” movies for home use. Process E-6 was introduced. The first E-6 films were:

What is Kodak aerial Ektachrome?

Kodak Aerial EKTACHROME (E-3). Governmental, scientific and military use only. Kodak market KODAK EKTACHROME Transparency Sheet Film (ASA 32), the company’s first consumer color film that photographers could process themselves using newly marketed chemical kits.