Kodak Ektar 25 (36exp)
Ektar started as a color 35mm and 120 semi-professional film introduced by Eastman Kodak in 1989, which used the common C-41 process. It was designed to offer ultra-fine grain. It was manufactured in 25, 100, and 1000 ISO formats. 400-speed film was available until 1997. Poor market segmentation was cited as a factor in Kodak's decision to discontinue Ektar in 1994. The film was replaced by the Royal Gold line. The 120 version of Ektar was discontinued in 1997.
- Brand: Kodak
- Film Format: 35mm
- Film type: Color Negative Film
- ISO: 25
- Expiry date: 1997
We can't give any guarantees on expired film. Some of the film have been stored in the fridge and some have not.
DutchFilmShooters stores it cold from arrival to shipment.
You should keep in mind that the film might need more light than usual because it is expired. The general rule for expired film is: 'for every 10 years, add 1 stop of light'.
You don't have to follow this rule for slide film. Just shoot at box speed.