If you're looking for a color negative film that you can use with any camera and for almost every lighting or shooting condition, you will most likely come across Kodak Ultra Max 400.
A film designed with snapshooters in mind, Kodak says that this high-speed film has the "flexibility you need to take consistently better pictures in more picture-taking situations." Also, if you're often fond of taking photos indoors or in ambient light conditions, this film promises to let you achieve "better low-light picture quality with fewer underexposures." Aside from these features, Kodak says this film can also give you "better results with zoom lenses, greater flash range, and better 'stop-action' photos." This ISO 400 film comes in 24 and 36 exposures.
Kodak recommends the exposure guide below for shooting with the Ultramax 400 in daylight (average front-lit subjects from 2 hours after sunrise to 2 hours before sunset):
If you haven't tried shooting with this film yet, here are some photos showing what Kodak Ultramax 400 can achieve when paired with various cameras:
Kodak Ultramax 400 has also been one of our community's favorite color negative films to redscale -- we'll let the gallery below show you why!