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  • The first thing to consider is that we are talking about conventional reels, ie today are no longer needed for a digital camera, as we know, the pictures taken with one of these cameras are stored in memory
  • A higher quality means more cost and therefore, this reel was more expensive than conventional, but in the same way we make for sure quality photos
  • Currently I do not know whether it will still be for sale or not, however conventional cameras are barely seen this days so I recommend not to buy some, but I recommend the brand because it is cheap compared to other and has nothing to envy from anyone
  • If what you want is to experience something light, or for perfect detail and clarity

    • by BCastle
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      This film belongs to the basic range of Kodak. Since its birth, the film has evolved and has improved somewhat, but this has not stopped being a homespun reel to vacation photos to which they do not want to ask for anything more than a memory.

      The main features of a movie are the resolving power, contrast, saturation, and grain size.

      The first thing to consider is that we are talking about conventional reels, ie today are no longer needed for a digital camera, as we know, the pictures taken with one of these cameras are stored in memory.

      The second thing to consider is that Kodak had at that time, different types of reels on the market, we find normal reels or spools more good, and different levels of quality.

      The reel Kodak Gold 100 was intermediate between the basic


      and advanced (Gold 200). It was a bit more expensive than basic, but the photos we did with the 100 is different in quality compared to the baseline. Although this reel could be seen an improvement in the quality of photos taken for the more disadvantaged and low light (such as indoors, at night, in low light …) it was his strong point in pictures with light.

      It contributes to the photos sharper, less noise and more light, so that the most disadvantaged and those who came out best were made in broad daylight, the color could be seen brighter than conventional reels, and the contrast between colors, more pronounced.

      Also we have a resolution power not very high, despite being a film of 100 ISO / ASA with a grain size small enough. This is because the contrast,


      • but has been improving, is not as good as it should be and the degree of scattering of light within the emulsion.

        These two factors cause the profiles of the images are not perfectly defined, but might be slightly blurred, minus, of course, sharpen the image.

        Regarding the grain size, just say that Kodak has done a good job in this section. The film has a rather small grain size, so you’ll be grateful when making copies in sizes greater than 9 / 13.

        Like other reels, we could also buy 12, 24 and 36 photos, according to our needs, and we should treat it the same way, preventing light entering them and therefore getting all the images taken blurred.

        A higher quality means more cost and therefore, this reel was more expensive than conventional, but in the same way we

        make for sure quality photos.

        Currently I do not know whether it will still be for sale or not, however conventional cameras are barely seen this days so I recommend not to buy some, but I recommend the brand because it is cheap compared to other and has nothing to envy from anyone.

        For the targeted use this reel seeks, the result is good.

        Under normal conditions of use you will get photos with good color (as always something shifted to magenta), bright and saturated.

        I recommend this reel for anyone who wants to do the typical vacation photos, friends, birthdays, parties, etc … It has good value for money.

        If what you want is to experience something light, or for perfect detail and clarity … then look for Royal (within the same brand), or other high-end brand such as Fuji or Agfa.




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