Kodak Porta 400 35mm is a type of film that was manufactured by Kodak. It was designed for use with medium-format cameras and was known for its high level of sharpness and fine grain. The film had a sensitivity of ISO 400, which made it well-suited for a wide range of lighting conditions. It was a popular choice among professional and amateur photographers alike.
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The film was part of Kodak's Portra line of color negative films, which also included films with lower and higher ISO ratings. The Portra films were known for their natural-looking colors and skin tones, which made them a popular choice for portrait photography.
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One of the key features of Kodak Porta 400 film is its fine grain. This allows for larger enlargements without the loss of detail or the graininess that is often associated with film. The film also has good shadow detail, which allows photographers to capture a wide range of tones in a single image.
Kodak Porta 400 35mm film is now, thankfully, available. It’s a really popular choice among photographers due to its fine grain, good shadow detail, and natural-looking colours. It is versatile and can be used in a wide range of lighting conditions, making it a great option for both professionals and amateurs alike - whether