Film type: Color negative Film
Sensitivity: ISO 200/24°
Length: 36 exposures
The KODAK GOLD 200, part of Kodak's Amateur Color Negative Film program, is characterized by slightly increased color saturation and higher contrast compared to the professional-grade Kodak Portra 160.
As the name suggests, the Gold 200 features a pronounced warm color reproduction. It has a coarser grain compared to Portra 160, and its exposure latitude is narrower in direct comparison. However, the Gold 200 offers a significantly lower price point as a trade-off.
It is generally well-suited for photography under normal lighting conditions.
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