Kodak EKTACHROME E100 Soon Available in 120 and Sheet Formats

Ardent film photographers are set to have more options for shooting the beloved Kodak EKTACHROME E100 film as it will soon be available in 120 and sheet film formats.

Film photographers, it’s time to prepare your cameras and wallets! Today’s announcement from Kodak Alaris will surely provoke you to update your stash. In the next 10 days, Kodak Ektachrome E100 will be available worldwide in larger formats, particularly in a five-roll pro pack for 120 format and 10-sheet box for 4×5 sheet film format. This opens up the popular emulsion to more options and bigger projects for today’s most passionate and creative film photographers. 

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Check Out These Cool Kodak Ektachrome Photos Snapped With a Leica M6

Been itching to see more photos from the Kodak Ektachrome? Here’s a bunch, along with some insights on how to make the most out of this famed slide film. 

Now that more and more lucky film photographers have started getting their hands on the Kodak Ektachrome, some of us not-so-lucky ones are getting even more curious about the results of this much awaited emulsion. In this quick video, Ohio-based photographer Matt Day shares some of the Kodak Ektachrome photos he shot using a Leica M6, as well as his thoughts on how to shoot this precious slide film.

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Film Emulsion Review: Kodak Ektachrome E100 (35mm, 2018 Emulsion)

We’ve been waiting for the Kodak Ektachrome to come out for a long time, and it’s just the way that we remembered it.

Kodak Ektachrome E100 was announced to be coming back to the market in 2016; and though Kodak took its time getting it back to the market, I’m elated to say it’s finally here! Before it’s latest death, Kodak Ektachrome was deemed by Kodak to be a replacement for Kodachrome. But indeed, it has never looked like that. Instead, Kodak Ektachrome has both a saturated look to it while also remaining pretty low contrast in its appearance and in comparison to the Slide film emulsions offered by Fujifilm. At the moment, it’s also still pretty tough to get your hands on some.

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