Kodak ColorPlus 200 35mm Film 36 Exposures

Kodak ColorPlus is one of the cheapest colour films around. Which makes it also one of the most popular films we sell. It offers remarkable sharpness, clarity and skin tone reproduction. With fine grain, natural-looking results, even under mixed daylight conditions.

We’re big fans of Colorplus at Parallax. You can see some of our results on the Film Test page.

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Kodak ColorPlus 200 35mm Film 36 Exposures

Kodak ColorPlus 200 35mm is the cheap 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.

So, if you can’t afford Kodak Portra, Kodak 200 ColorPlus is a good option. Worth noting, 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. You can check out some we shot on our Film Review pages. Have a look at some shots we took around South London here. And a visit to the Olympic Park in East London here.

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 it is pretty good for the price.

Cheap 35m Film Comparison

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.

In conclusion, Kodak ColorPlus 200 is a great budget film. It’s always worth having a roll in your bag. Also, a great place to start if you’re new to film photography. A Parallax favourite!

If you’re new to shooting film check out our Beginners Guide To Film Photography.

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