35mm Color - Kodak Hawkeye Super Color (1 Roll)
Yes, SUPER COLOR! The beautiful colors will knock your socks off!
1 Roll / 35mm / 24 exp / 200 - 400 iso/ Process C-41
DX Coded for 200 iso / Discontinued by Kodak!
It's been called the "Hi-Speed Ektar" because of it's rich colors! Previously only available in 100ft reels, the FPP now offers what is called "Kodak Hawkeye Traffic Surveillance Film" in convenient hand-rolled 35mm canisters of 24 exposures! An amazing color film that is easy to process by you or your corner pharmacy - C-41!
top photo by Leslie Lazenby / above photo by Michael Raso - both shot on rich, awesome Hawkeye film!
What is KODAK HAWKEYE Surveillance Film?
This amazing color film is bulk loaded from film that Kodak calls Hawkeye Traffic Surveillance Film. It's technical application was in surveillance cameras and because of this, it has amazing, flexible color and exposure latitude. Shoot it at 200 asa...shoot it at 400 asa - you'll get an awesome image. Super Positive! Film is balanced for daylight or electronic flash and can be used under mixed lighting. This film uses the widely available Process C-41.
This film uses KODAK T-GRAIN Emulsion technology that provides extremely fine grain and high sharpness. This film provides a wide exposure latitude (2 stops under to 3 stops over the normal exposure) and push performance to EI 800. It has been optimized for use with film scanners and provides a durable emulsion overcoat to prevent scratches.
Amazing Latitude! Although rated at 400 asa both Michael Raso, Leslie Lazenby and FPP supers friend Lance King and Benjamin Chotka have been shooting the film at 200 - 250 asa with more pleasing results. Pick up some rolls today! Share your "Hawkeye Film" shooting experience. E-mail the gang at Podcast@FilmPhotographyProject.com
The awesome "Traffic Surveillance Film" image above was shot at 200 asa by Lance King. It's been "explored" on Flickr, tweeted and posted on Facebook by The FPP and currently has over 6,000 views on Flickr!