Kodak ColorPlus 200 35mm Film 36 Exposures

Kodak ColorPlus is one of the cheapest and most popular films we sell. It offers remarkable sharpness, clarity and skin tone reproduction, with fine grain and natural-looking results.

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Kodak ColorPlus 200 35mm Film 36 Exposures

Kodak ColorPlus 200 35mm is the cheapest 35mm film on the market and a great place to begin. To start with, it offers remarkable sharpness, clarity and skin tone reproduction. Alongside this, you get fine grain and natural-looking results, even under mixed lighting conditions. And, if you’re looking to try out film for the first time then you want to buy Kodak Colorplus.

So, if you can’t afford Kodak Portra, Kodak 200 ColorPlus is a good option. Worth noting, that this is not a professional standard film, so don’t expect it to handle exactly the same. Although, it is certainly able to produce good results in the right hands.

Obviously, we’re fans of Colorplus at Parallax. Kodak ColorPlus is a cheap and cheerful film. When you take the price into consideration, it really does give excellent results.

Take Kodak ColorPlus out on a bright sunny day to bring out the best in this film. It doesn’t have the finest grain, but we think it is pretty good for the price. Also available in 24 Exposures.


Cheap 35m Film Comparison

Do you want to see how it compares to some of the other cheap 35mm film options? We recommend you check out Negative Feedback’s video. They compare it to results from Agfa Vista and Fuji Superia. Their tip: shoot it at 160 ISO, as it looks really nice slightly overexposed.

Another cheap colour film to check out it Fuji C200. Have a look at our review of the roll of C200 we shot. Alternatively, check out Kodak Gold 200.

In conclusion, Kodak ColorPlus is a great budget film. Our most popular 35mm film. It’s always worth having a roll in your bag. Also, a great place to start if you’re new to film photography. Buy a roll of Kodak Colorplus 200, a Parallax favourite!



This Is How You Shoot Kodak ColorPlus 200

Want to see some of the different ways you can use Kodak ColorPlus 200? We have put together some of our favourite ColorPlus 200 shots by our customers – you can see them here.

Want to see more? We’ve shot this film a few times, you can read our Kodak ColorPlus 200 Film Review, Second Kodak Colorplus Film Review and our Third Kodak Colorplus Film Review. You can even see what it looks like when used as a redscale film.


Guide To Film Photography

And, if you’re new to analogue photography, check out our Beginners Guide To Film Photography. It’s a great starting point when you first get into shooting film. Everything you need to know, from choosing a film camera to developing your own film at home.


Which Is The Best Film To Choose?

Have you just got hold of a film camera and are not sure where to start. We have lots of films to choose from, but you might be wondering which is the best one for you? Then read our guide Choose Your Film. It will give you a good starting point and a clear idea of what the different films do.


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8 reviews for Kodak ColorPlus 200 35mm Film 36 Exposures

  1. Parallax Photographic

    There is good overall detail. Nice level of contrast. And the shadows hold up well. Colorplus colours are slightly soft, however, we like the look. Plus, you really can’t argue with the price.

  2. MattM

    My favourite cheap iso 200 film for sure. Great value (did I say it’s cheap) and lovely vibrant colours

  3. MJ

    ColorPlus was the first roll of film I shot and if I’ll have it my way it’ll be my last. Vivid, warm colors that’ll instantly take you back to the moment or make you question if you were even there. Excellent starter film and I’ll always keep a roll on me.

  4. Max

    Amazing film for the cheap price! Great for general use and love its warm colors.

  5. Superimposition

    I love using Kodak Colorplus 200. It is a really affordable film with super warm colors and nice contrast. Always have some extra rolls of kodak colorplus with me, since the price/quality is just great.

  6. Joe Goodsell

    ColorPlus is one of my favourite colour films and the price makes it even better. It is forgiving and handles overexposure well, as well as having nice detail/contrast. The grain is a little harsher than more expensive films but overall, Colorplus looks charming and vibrant – making you want to travel back to yesteryear. Ideal for both new and experienced shooters.

  7. Gabriele

    I tend to use premium film but I have to admit it’s a really good one in its class. It gives the typical warm Kodak look that you would expect from a Kodak film with a good amount of detail and it also gives really pleasant results when pushed to 400.

  8. Film_genin

    Act broke shoot cheap, a great film to get started with and easy on the pocket. Gives you warm colours and very forgivable when starting out. I will always have colourplus 200 with me allows me to expierment and capture some great shots.

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