Big news for lovers of analogue photo as Kodak’s Professional Pro Image 100 Arrives in the UK
Kodak’s Professional Pro Image 100 is a 35mm colour negative film, which has been designed for pro photo purposes. It gives great sharpness for prints and enlargements and gives rich colours along with natural flesh tones.
A great choice for professional photographers [along with those who are looking to broaden their film stock].
Kodak Professional Pro Image 100 gained such positive feedback during its trial period in the UK that the decision whether it should be made available in further countries became easy for us. We are really pleased to offer this popular film to the whole European market.
Kodak’s Professional Pro Image 100 film is available in packs of 5 rolls and is available NOW through all Kodak film dealers across Europe.
Having spent many years working in various
pockets of the music industry, and always with
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Food Records and ultimately, co-founding the
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Amongst numerous other projects in the last
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