Digital cameras may be the norm for photographers now, but Kodak is still supporting analog shooters with its upcoming Ektachrome film. Development on the film has been going on for over a year and the film is said to be made of a very complex formula with over 80 ingredients. The Ektachrome film was first unveiled at CES in January 2017 and although early examples of the film's quality have been shown, Kodak has yet to announce a release date for this film.
The film itself has been noted for its "extremely fine grain, clean colors, great tones and contrasts," and carries a storied history. The previous Ektachrome film produced by Kodak was used extensively by National Geographic magazine for over several decades.
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