Kodak Portra 160 120

Portra 160 in 120 is a color negative film designed for medium format cameras, with 12 exposures per roll. It has a fine grain structure, natural color reproduction, and wide exposure latitude, making it a popular choice for portrait photography.


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If you’re a fan of medium format film photography, then you’re probably familiar with Portra 160. This color negative film is one of the most popular choices among photographers for its beautiful skin tones, fine grain, and natural color reproduction. In this post, we’ll be taking a closer look at the Portra 160 in 120, a single roll that’s perfect for your medium format camera.

First, let’s talk about the basics. The 120 format is a medium format film size that’s popular among film photographers. It produces larger negatives than the more common 35mm format, which means you can capture more detail in your images. Portra 160 is a color negative film that’s designed for professional use. It has a medium speed rating, which means it’s perfect for shooting in daylight or with a flash.

Now let’s get into the specifics of the Portra 160 in 120. Each roll of this film contains 12 exposures, which means you’ll want to make each shot count. The film has a fine grain structure, which helps produce sharp, detailed images. The colors produced by this film are known for their accuracy and natural feel, which is why many photographers choose Portra 160 for portrait photography.

One of the best things about Portra 160 is its latitude. This means the film has a wide exposure range, which allows you to capture detail in both bright highlights and deep shadows. This makes Portra 160 a great choice for shooting in a variety of lighting conditions.

When it comes to developing your Portra 160 in 120, you have a few options. You can develop the film yourself if you have the necessary equipment and experience. Alternatively, you can send your film to a professional lab for development. There are many labs out there that specialize in developing film, so do some research to find the one that best suits your needs.

In conclusion, the Portra 160 in 120 is a fantastic choice for medium format film photography. With its natural color reproduction, fine grain structure, and wide exposure latitude, it’s easy to see why so many photographers choose this film.

This item is a single roll of Porta 160 in 120 format.

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Film format

Film type

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Number of exposures

6×4.5: 16 exposures; 6×6: 12 exposures; 6×7: 10 exposures

Package contents

1 roll

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