Kodak Moments launched Kodak Gold 200 film in new 120 format 5-roll Pro-Pack for medium format cameras. This expands the company’s portfolio of color film for people who want to move from 35mm film photography to medium format.
Kodak Alaris’ division Kodak Moments has launched the entry-level 120 format Kodak Professional Gold200 film. It is intended for beginners and intermediate photographers who are looking to learn medium format photography. Kodak Gold 200 film has a mixture of warm saturated colors, fine grain, high sharpness, and high sharpness.
Kodak Gold 200 Now For Medium Format
“The 120 film format was first introduced in 1901 for the Brownie No. Thomas Mooney, Manager Film Capture Products at Kodak Moments Division, says that 2 cameras are possible.
It’s one of the most widely used film formats today, even though it has been around for 120+ years. Its popularity can be explained by the fact that larger film negatives can be significantly enlarged without affecting image quality.
High-quality results can also be achieved when the film is scanned for digital output or cropped. Its wide exposure range, which can be adjusted from two stops underexposure up to three stops overexposure, is another key feature.
Kodak claims that the new film stock can be used for general daylight and flash photography, but can also exposed under photo lamps or with tungsten illumination. The film stock is coated with a 3.94 million Kodak Estar film foundation, which offers enhanced quality, transparency and dimensional stability.
According to the company, Gold 200, like all its 120 format films is now spooled using a reformulated backing sheet that offers significantly greater protection for film rolls that are subjected less-than-ideal storage, handling, or environmental conditions.
Many photographers have already had early access to the Kodak Gold 200 film stock. They tried it out with a variety subjects and exposures to find out how it performed.
The 120 format Gold 200 is now available at dealers, retailers, distributors, and worldwide. It is also available with other color negative films from the Kodak Professional line, including Portra 160 and Portra 400. However, Kodak plans to price it 25% less than comparable Portra or Ektar stocks.