Color Plus 200 is a medium-speed, daylight-balanced film. It replaces Kodak Gold 200.
Wolfen NC400 400 ISO 35mm x 36exp. Color Negative Film from ORWO is one of the first brand new and professionally finished photo films launched by the company in decades, proudly still produced in Bitterfeld-Wolfen on the original site where film manufacture has been a tradition since 1910.
Kodak Ultramax 400 36 exp
Fuji Superia 400 35mm 36-exposure (1 Roll)
Fuji Superia 200 35mm 36 exposure
3-pack of Fuji Superia 400 35mm 36-exposure
AgfaPhoto’s APX 400 Professional Black and White Negative Film is a high speed black and white film for producing prints using a traditional black and white printing process. The film exhibits a high nominal sensitivity of ISO 400/27° and can effectively be pushed to ISO 1600/33° for use in low-light conditions and with fast-moving subjects.
Silberra COLOR series film has slightly different taste for everyone. Some photographers say that it reminds them Kodachrome colors, some would say that there are tints of another film. Actually the film will certainly show you that it is different from anything you've seen, right from the first look upon the emulsion.
Rollei Infrared 400 is well suited for experimental, creative applications and for scientific photography. This film has a sensitivity up to 820nm and an ISO of 400 without filtering. Perfect exposures can be reached, using special infrared filters, leading to results with an unusual tonal range. Special AURA effects can be obtained by overexposing film. It has high contrast, very fine grain and excellent sharpness and is especially suited for scanning.
KODAK GOLD 200 Film is a low-speed color negative film that offers an outstanding combination of color saturation, fine grain, and high sharpness. It is designed for general picture-taking situations in daylight or with electronic flash. You can also expose this film under photolamps (3400 K) or tungsten illumination (3200 K) with filters. It also features wide exposure latitude--from two stops underexposure to three stops overexposure.