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kodak 1880806 Gold 200 Film, GB13536-H - Pack of 3 (Yellow/Purple)

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NAXOSOlympus OM2 - Kodak Gold 200 & Ilford DELTA 400

Out of all the films that I thought would disapear Kodak Gold was one of them. Kodak Gold has been in production since I can remember(meaning a very long time !). They use to sell rolls of 36 exp and 24 exp at the corner drugstore, but I haven't seen many on any shelves lately.

This film was often shunned as a consumer brand when more fancy color professional films such as Kodak Portra came out, but if I remember corectly this was a great print film. Very sharp and the colors were nicely saturated and very bright, but not to the point of looking garish.

On my P/T weekend job we used Kodak Gold 100 for all of our work. My supervisor use to go around and hand out a brick(20 roll packs) to every photographer. Later we switched to Kodak Gold 200 because it was a little cheaper.

With that said, B&H still sells Kodak Gold 100 and you can get a roll of 36 exp for less than $5 ! I picked up about 5 rolls and can wait to try them out. The thing about this film is that it doesn't have to be refrigerated. It can sit on the shelf for ever or until the experiation date, but regardless I allways throw my film in the refrigerator.

Does anybody know why this film has not gone the way of the DODO bird ?

Out of all the films that I thought would disapear Kodak Gold was one of them. Kodak Gold has been in production since I can remember(meaning a very long time !). They use to sell rolls of 36 exp and 24 exp at the corner drugstore, but I haven't seen many on any shelves lately.

This film was often shunned as a consumer brand when more fancy color professional films such as Kodak Portra came out, but if I remember corectly this was a great print film. Very sharp and the colors were nicely saturated and very bright, but not to the point of looking garish.

On my P/T weekend job we used Kodak Gold 100 for all of our work. My supervisor use to go around and hand out a brick(20 roll packs) to every photographer. Later we switched to Kodak Gold 200 because it was a little cheaper.

With that said, B&H still sells Kodak Gold 100 and you can get a roll of 36 exp for less than $5 ! I picked up about 5 rolls and can wait to try them out. The thing about this film is that it doesn't have to be refrigerated. It can sit on the shelf for ever or until the experiation date, but regardless I allways throw my film in the refrigerator.

Does anybody know why this film has not gone the way of the DODO bird ?

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Kodak Gold 200 in 4-packs is at almost every corner drug store in my area. Fuji 800 in 4-packs is at a lot of them. All in 24 exp. rolls. Prices vary from list to heavily discounted... with no apparent rhyme or reason.

Kodak Gold 200 in 4-packs is at almost every corner drug store in my area. Fuji 800 in 4-packs is at a lot of them. All in 24 exp. rolls. Prices vary from list to heavily discounted... with no apparent rhyme or reason.