In 2012, Kodak unfortunately stopped producing all slide film. Thanks to the resurgence in film photography, the company has brought back an updated Ektachrome emulsion: Ektachrome 100D. With the recent release of E100D in motion picture format, these rolls can be sold at much more affordable prices than at regular stores (>EUR 20).
E100D is an extremely fine grain colour reversal film with vibrant colours. Expect more neutral colours than Fujifilm’s Provia and Velvia slide films, with excellent skin colour rendition. Reversal film is more contrasty than print film and has a more narrow dynamic range, so make sure you trust your camera’s meter or improve your metering skills.
The beautiful design of these rolls is a nod to the old Ektachrome and Kodachrome canisters.
This is a limited stock film, meaning that it will not be permanently available.
Photo by Daniel Nierga