It is important to decide whether you are going to be using your camera film mainly indoors or outdoors, as some films are more sensitive to light than others. The lower the ISO number, the better the film is in bright light and the finer the grain is (that equates to noise in digital terms), so if you are on holiday in the Sahara, choose a 100 or even 50 ISO film, to give well saturated, sharp images, unless you are going for the grainy look, in which case use the 400 ISO. If you are using the camera film indoors at a party, then the 400 ISO will work well and catch all the action. 800 ISO or higher is designed for low light conditions like concerts, or nightclubs. If you're new to camera film why not give us a call, we're always happy to help you choose.
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Speaking of film and fridges, we now have dedicated fridges for preserving our film. Learn more about storing camera film.