World's finest grain negative film, ultra vivid colour and optimized sharpness
If you wanted to capture ultra-vivid images with ultra fine grain, only one film sprang to mind: Fuji Velvia.
The exciting news is that Kodak's new Professional Ektar 100 offers these properties for negative film, which should be an interesting proposition for all photographers who like their colours to leap off the page. There are several advantages to using negative film rather than slide film; to name but a few, negative film is much more forgiving of exposure errors and it is still easier to get negative film developed and printed.
With an ISO rating of 100, this film is ideal for enlargements and scanning. This film is recommended for all but portrait photography (for which you should be using either Fuji Pro 160S or Kodak Portra films). We can't wait to try out this new film ...