There’s always lots of love for Fuji Color 200. It’s got some wonderfully muted colors and looks great when a tad expired. But Kodak Gold draws quite a bit of ire. I get that. Usually it’s boring. It’s the stuff that grandma shot.
But that’s Gold 100. Gold 200 is a different monster entirely – especially when it’s well over two decades expired.
Gold 200 holds up wonderfully, and produces a very similar feel to Fuji Color 200. They’re both still different enough to justify shooting both, of course. But if you need one and only have the other….
‘Covered In Part’
Camera: Anscoflex (c1954)
Film: Kodak Gold 200 (x-05/94)
Lakeview Park, Grant County, Washington