5 X Rolls Kodak Pro Image 100 Colour Neg--35mm/36 Exps--fresh--expiry: 12/2021
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5 X Rolls Kodak Pro Image 100 Colour Neg--35mm/36 Exps--fresh--expiry: 12/2021:
These are 5 (FIVE) ROLLS ONLY of KODAK PROFESSIONAL PRO IMAGE 100 ISO which is actually a Professional Colour Negative film in the 35 millimetres/36 exposures size with each roll of filmas part of an unopened, factory sealed 5 roll pro packshowing the EXACT EXPIRY DATE of: 12/2021 so you can be SURE of the FRESHNESS & QUALITY of each roll of film. All these films have been properly refrigerated since purchase.
This is one of Kodak's Professional Colour Negative films with a speed of 100 ISO, balanced for daylight, exceptional natural skin tone rendition, a truly incredible ultra fine grain of: RMS:4 , "high sharpness for the achievement of "realistic texture & depth" and " wide exposure latitude" (if you miscalculate the correct exposure by 2 to 3 x f stops OVER or UNDER correct exposure the film will save you with excellent prints to be obtained from the resulting negatives). It also has "enhanced colour image stability" (meaning the negatives will last intact indefinitely with near archival keeping quality), "single channel suitability for uniform printing efficiency" & this film "is a NEW GENERATION EMULSION DESIGNED FOR OPTIMUM SCANNING QUALITY" (which speaks for itself when using digital scanners).
This film produces vivid but natural colour, especially with skin tones, however its main feature (apart from the EXTREMELY FINE GRAINof RMS: 4, the excellent sharpness and the wide exposure latitude) is it's "HIGHLY FAITHFUL COLOUR REPRODUCTION" even under unusual lighting sources such as fluorescent light. Its medium speed of 100 ISO gives it high versatility as it can be uprated by 2 x f stops to 400 ISO with very little, if any, loss of contrast or sharpness.
So what does all this mean for the advanced amateur and non-professional user (as professionals should know all this stuff already)? Well, it's one of the finest grain films around (perfect for REALLY BIG enlargements), has exceptionally faithful colour reproduction (perfect for weddings, portraits, fashion shots etc under different forms of lighting), wide-exposure latitude & "superb skin tone reproduction" (which speaks for itself when using it for pictures of people). It also has superb archiveability (i.e. keeping quality) if stored properly and it's negatives will yield superb prints for at least 80 YEARS so image retrieval is not a problem (unlike digital). This film is actually labelled a professional colour negative film and has all the attributes of a professional colour negative film.
The full retail price of this film is: $12.99 ($AUD) each roll so this price represents 55.35% of full retail price. That'sSLIGHTLY MORE THAN HALF of FULL RETAIL PRICE !! Again a great bargain and it is SUPER FRESH (expiring: 12/2021).
NOTE: This film sale is for 5 (FIVE) ROLLS ONLY of this film in the 35mm/36 exposures size only and is available immediately!!!
DELIVERY MESSAGE: If you need your films by a specific date (by the weekend or by a certain day) YOU SHOULD USE theAustralia Post EXPRESS POST SERVICE (with guaranteed delivery within 2 to 3 business days in Australia only). The /Australia Post parcel post has a delivery time of 2 to 6 business days (excluding weekends and public holidays) so your films might not reach you in time via this service.
INTERNATIONAL BUYERS--PLEASE NOTE-- IMPORT DUTIES, TAXES & CHARGES that MAY BE LEVIED by your government customs serviceare NOT INCLUDED in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine whetherthese additional costs may be leviedprior to offerding/buying. However it is highly unlikely that such a small amount of unexposed film will attract any customs duty/government tax (usually anything from 1 to 15 rolls of unexposed film is OK with the vast majority of customs services). Also overseas buyers only must pay an additional $6 (Australian dollars) REGISTRATION & INSURANCE Postal Fee (which is quoted as a handling cost) to make sure that these films actually reach the actual buyer.