KODAK Film Rolls
KODAK films are a high-speed daylight balanced color negative films. They offer a wide versatility as well as a fine grain structure with consistent and accurate colours. Optimised skin tone reproduction makes this film suitable for portraits while a vibrant color palette benefits general and outdoor photography.
KODAK Gold 200
Gold 200 is a great film if you're just getting into the photography. It's remarkably balanced, has just the right amount of grain, sharp without being clinically sharp, its colors are vibrant and its speed is just right. It performs admirably for anybody’s general photography, and in experienced hands it can produce some seriously beautiful images.
KODAK Color Plus 200
This film is less detailed compared with Kodak Gold 200, but it has a warm yellow cast, so it’s a pleasant do-it-all film for shooting outdoors and in bright light. It’s a good film for snapshots, but don’t use it if you’re trying to produce clinically perfect photos or for shots in which extreme detail matters.
KODAK UltraMax 400
UltraMax 400 has qualities as of a stellar all-around film. Its relatively quick speed of ISO 400 helps can grab those elusive golden hour shots and also transition into low light shots (just need a really steady hand or is using a tripod). It has a more pronounced grain structure is arranged in a pleasing way.