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35mm Film

When selecting your 35mm film remember to choose the correct ISO for your shooting conditions. The lower the ISO number, the more sensitive to light it is, so if you are taking photos in low light or indoors, then choose a minimum ISO of 400. If you want 35mm film for general use we'd recommend 200 and for reproducing flat art work, or photographs where you need a really fine grain, then 100 ISO is great. Colour or black and white, we can offer advice if you are unsure of what you should buy, just contact us.

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Fomapan 100 Film

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  • Flexible in exposure and a classic look
  • Made in the Czech Republic
  • origins of the company going back to 1921
  • The film meets high requirements for low granularity
  • High resolving power, contour sharpness
  • Nominal film speed of ISO 100/21°C
GBPFrom £3.99 VIEW PRODUCT

Fomapan 200 Film

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  • Panchromatically sensitised
  • Black and white negative film
  • ISO 200/24°
  • Excellent resolving power and low granularity
  • For use under normal or slightly unfavourable light conditions
  • Wide exposure latitude
GBPFrom £4.99 VIEW PRODUCT

Fomapan 400 Film

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  • Panchromatically sensitised
  • Black and white negative film
  • ISO 400/27°
  • For use under unfavourable light conditions
  • Low granularity, good resolving power and good contour sharpness
  • Wide exposure latitude
GBPFrom £4.99 VIEW PRODUCT
37 items

Film isn't dead and is undergoing a real renaissance. Lovely to use, it gives stunning results and because it isn't instant, the anticipation felt when looking forward to the end results of a great day out is amazing. 35mm was always the standard size of film for keen photographers and the format is great for giving a full frame image which doesn't crop.