Professional Portra 400 Color Negative 35mm Film - 5 Rolls

$63.95 USD
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At true ISO 400 speed, this Portra 35mm film delivers spectacular skin tones plus exceptional color saturation over a wide range of lighting conditions. For years, professionals have preferred Kodak Professional Portra films because of their consistently smooth, natural reproduction of the full range of skin tones. Portra 400 is the ideal choice for portrait and fashion photography, as well as nature, travel, and outdoor shoots, where the action is fast or the lighting can't be controlled.

Features and Compatibility

  • Daylight-Balanced Color Negative Film
  • ISO 400
  • Very Fine Grain, VISION Film Technology
  • High Color Saturation, Low Contrast

To Know:

Many photographers rely on Kodak Professional Portra 400 as their main go-to stock for its highly reliable, always-excellent image quality in a range of conditions. It provides a general warmness alongside more muted colours that brings it so many fans. With its sunny feel and colours and contrast that enhance a scene without making it unrealistic, Portra seems to deliver exactly what you envision. Truly impeccable skin tone results, very true-to-life and smoothly rich.

What We Love:

True To Color Tones

Skin tones are real-to-life and blend lovely within the picture.

Most Popular

It’s everyone’s favorite go-to for a reason. It’s easy to handle just about any scene.

Dynamic Range

Crisp detail can be seen in every image.

The Details:

Brand: Kodak

Product Type: Film Stock

Best For: Photographers looking for a natural, warm film stock to capture any scene without a plan.

Kodak Portra 400

Samples taken with the Professional Portra 400, the easy to handle film for any scene


Shot on Portra 400 by Erik Hedberg


Shot on Portra 400 by Erik Hedberg


Shot on Portra 400 by Erik Hedberg


Shot on Portra 400 by Erik Hedberg


Shot on Portra 400 by Erik Hedberg


Shot on Portra 400 by Erik Hedberg


Shot on Portra 400 by Erik Hedberg

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