Kodak Gold 200 Colour (35mm, 36 exposure)
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.
Other Features include:
STORAGE AND HANDLING
Load and unload your camera in subdued light.
Store unexposed film at 21°C (70°F) or lower in the
original sealed package. Always store film (exposed or
unexposed) in a cool, dry place. Process film as soon as
possible after exposure.
Protect negatives from strong light, and store them in a
cool, dry place.
Use these speed numbers in the table below with cameras
or meters marked for ISO, ASA, or DIN speeds or exposure
indexes. Do not change the film-speed setting when you
use a filter if your camera has through-the-lens metering.
Metering through filters may affect light meter accuracy;
see your meter or camera manual for specific information.
For critical work, make a series of test exposures.
Use the exposures in the table below for average frontlit
subjects from 2 hours after sunrise to 2 hours before
Use the appropriate guide numbers in the table below as a
starting point for your equipment. Select the unit output
closest to the number given by your flash manufacturer.
Then find the guide number for feet or meters.
To determine the lens opening, divide the guide number
by the flash-to-subject distance. If negatives are too dark
(overexposed), use a higher guide number; if they are too
light (underexposed), use a lower number.
For more information, Kodak’s information sheet can be found here.
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