This is Kodak ProFoto XL 100 and, unless the name change is cosmetic, it is not the same as Kodak’s ProFoto 100 film (which is thought to be the same as Kodak Pro Image 100). Unfortunately, while I can find the data sheets for ProFoto and Pro Image (which are identical to each other), it seems that Kodak never published a data sheet for ProFoto XL. This film is a bit of a mystery…
Fuji Super G Plus 100 was one of my favourite films back in the 1990’s and I’m glad that I’ve had the chance to shoot with it again.
I picked up a couple rolls of Polaroid High Definition 200 from Labeauratoire. Until I came across this film, I had always thought that Polaroid only made instant film.
If you’ve ever wanted to shoot cinema film, but didn’t want to mess around with removing the remjet layer, then CineStill 50D is a great choice. CineStill’s success has prompted many imitators and you can now find rebranded Kodak Vision3 50D under many names, with and without the remjet layer.