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Kodak VISION3 200T Color Negative Film #7213, Super 8 - 50' Roll

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KODAK VISION3 200T Color Negative Film 5213/7213 is a 200-speed tungsten film that provides the image structure of a 100 speed film with the versatility of a 200 speed product—offering you the benefits of two films in one.

Like other films in the KODAK VISION3 Film family, VISION3 200T Film features unrivaled highlight latitude, reduced grain in shadows, flexibility in post, and, of course, proven archival stability. Additionally, you’ll find that this film performs superbly in both controlled interiors and in challenging high-contrast exteriors.

Experience the improved extreme exposure performance and consistent VISION3 Film family look. Enjoy the added flexibility and increased creative control that comes with all the detail captured in the extremes of exposure. Benefit from the value in time and money that can be realized both on set and in postproduction.


  • Color Negative Movie Film
  • Exposure Index of 200 in Tungsten Light
  • Super 8 Format
  • Tungsten-Balanced
  • Expanded Highlight Latitude
  • Fine grain and sharpness
  • Wide dynamic range
  • Well-Suited to Digital Post-Production
  • Process in ECN-2 Chemistry
  • Super 8 Cartridge, Single-Edge Perf.

In The Box:
Kodak VISION3 200T Color Negative Film #7213, Super 8 - 50' Roll

Glazer's SKU 90706
Manufacturer Kodak
MFG SKU 1380765
Product Specs


VISION3 200T Color Negative Films 5213 and 7213 have an acetate safety base with rem-jet backing.



Store unexposed film at 13°C (55°F) or lower. For extended storage, store at -18°C (0°F) or lower. Process exposed film promptly. Store processed film according to the recommendations in ISO 18911:2010, Imaging Materials - Processed Safety Photographic Films - Storage Practices.


Short Term (less than 6 months)

Long Term (more than 6 months)

Unexposed film
in original, sealed

13°C (55°F)
RH below 60%

-18 to -23°C
(0 to-10°F)
RH below 50%

Exposed film,

-18 to -23°C
(0 to-10°F)
RH below 20%

Not recommended.
Process film promtly

Process film

21°C (70°F)
RH 20 to 50%

2°C (36°F)
RH 20 to 30%

This relates to optimized film handling rather than preservation; static, dust-attraction and curl-related problems are generally minimized at the higher relative humidity. After usage, the film should be returned to the appropriate medium- or long-term storage conditions as soon as possible.

Warm-up Times: 

To prevent film telescoping, moisture condensation, and spotting, allow your film to warm to room temperature before use:

Film PackageTypical Warm-up Time (Hours)
14°C (25°F) Rise55°C (100°F) Rise
Super 811 1/2
16 mm11 1/2
35 mm35

For more information about film storage and handling, see ANSI/PIMA ISO-18911, SMPTE RP131-2002, and KODAK Publication No. H-845, The Essential Reference Guide for Filmmakers, available online at:


Darkroom Recommendations:

Do not use a safelight. Handle unprocessed film in total darkness.



Exposure Indexes
Tungsten (3200K) - 200
Daylight- 125 (with 85 filter)

Use these indexes with incident- or reflected-light exposure meters and cameras marked for ISO or ASA speeds or exposure indexes. These indexes apply for meter readings of average subjects made from the camera position or for readings made from a gray card of 18-percent reflectance held close to and in front of the subject. For unusually light- or dark-colored subjects, decrease or increase the exposure indicated by the meter accordingly.


Color Balance:

These films are balanced for exposure with tungsten illumination (3200K). You can also expose them with tungsten lamps that have slightly higher or lower color temperatures (+/- 200K) without correction filters, since final color balancing can be done in printing.

Light SourceKODAK Filters on CameraExposure Index
Tungsten (3000 K)None200
Tungsten (3200 K)None200
Daylight (5500 K)WRATTEN 2 Optical Filter / 85125
Metal HalideWRATTEN 2 Optical Filter / 85125
HMIWRATTEN 2 Optical Filter / 85125
KINO FLO KF55WRATTEN 2 Optical Filter / 85125
Fluorescent, Warm White †CC30R + CC05M125
Fluorescent, Cool White †CC40R64

Note: Consult the manufacturer of high-intensity ultraviolet lamps for safety information on ultraviolet radiation and ozone generation. 

Exposure Table — Tungsten Light:

At 24 frames per second (fps), 180-degree shutter opening, use this table for average subjects that contain a combination of light, medium, and dark color:

Lens Aperturef/1.4f/2f/2.8f/4f/5.6f/8f/11f/16


Process in Process ECN-2.

Most commercial motion-picture laboratories provide a processing service for these films. See KODAK Publication No. H-24.07, Processing KODAK Color Negative Motion Picture Films, Module 7 available online at, for more information on the solution formulas and the procedure for machine processing these films. There are also pre-packaged kits available for preparing the processing solutions. For more information on the KODAK ECN-2 Kit Chemicals, check Kodak's Motion Picture Films for Professional Use price catalog, also available online at


After processing, the product code numbers 5213 (35 and 65 mm) or 7213 (16 mm), emulsion, roll, and strip number identification, KEYKODE Numbers, and manufacturer/film identification code (EO) are visible along the length of the film.