Kodak Ultra Max 400 135-36

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Kodak Ultra Max 400 135-36

This is a single pack of Kodak Ultra Max 400 ASA film for 36 exposures (35mm photo rolls of color film). Kodak Ultra Max 35mm color film of 400 ASA with 36 exposures, individually packaged. The ideal film for great photos in all conditions and is the logical choice for every situation: indoors, outdoors, flash and action.

Long shelf life until 05-2026!

Number of takes: 36 images per cassette
Film sensitivity: 400 ASA/ISO
Film type: Small frame photo film (35mm film cassette)
Color/Black-and-white: Color
Number of units in packaging: 1
Catalog number Kodak 6034060
Barcode: 0086806034067

De Wit Cameras is official dealer of Kodak products.

At the moment there is unfortunately a delay in the delivery of analogue photo films, especially the 35 mm film rolls.

Kodak Ultra Max 400 135-36

This is a single pack of Kodak Ultra Max 400 ASA film for 36 exposures (35mm photo rolls of color film). Kodak Ultra Max 35mm color film of 400 ASA with 36 exposures, individually packaged. The ideal film for great photos in all conditions and is the logical choice for every situation: indoors, outdoors, flash and action.

Long shelf life until 05-2026!

Number of takes: 36 images per cassette
Film sensitivity: 400 ASA/ISO
Film type: Small frame photo film (35mm film cassette)
Color/Black-and-white: Color
Number of units in packaging: 1
Catalog number Kodak 6034060
Barcode: 0086806034067

De Wit Cameras is official dealer of Kodak products.

At the moment there is unfortunately a delay in the delivery of analogue photo films, especially the 35 mm film rolls.

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Kodak

buy kodak cameraThe founder of Kodak, George Eastman, was a bank employee in Rochester, USA. He invented a machine for the industrial emulsion coating of photographic plates (for plate cameras) in 1879. After that, he introduced the 'American Film', a paper film roll that was used in the first Kodak box cameras. This would become a transparent film cassette later on. In the beginning, you could buy the camera for 25 dollars (a huge amount in that time). It was already loaded with film. To develop and print the images, the customer had to send the complete camera to the developing central. Its later, simpler version would become the world famous "Brownie" box camera. It only costed 1 dollar and the user could reload the film himself. Eastman's goal was to make photography accessible to the big public. And with success! Who doesn't know Kodak ..?
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