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List of photographic films

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This is a list of currently available photographic films in a still camera film format. This includes recently discontinued films that remain available from stock at main suppliers. Films are listed by Brand name. Still camera photographic films no longer in production (or available) are included in the List of discontinued photographic films. Films for movie making are included in the List of motion picture film stocks.

Various films in their boxes
Various films in their boxes
Key: In production (according to manufacturer) Discontinued, stock only Planned re-introduction or new film

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Here’s how you can shoot on Super 8 film in the 21st century. First, ask your relatives if they have an old camera lying around somewhere If not, have a look online, they don’t cost much. Try and stay away from the untested ones, look out for listings that mention a working motor. Worthwhile features include 24 frames a second, and manual exposure. Once your camera has arrived, it will probably need some double A batteries. Then you can test the motor. Next you’ll need some film stock, and this where it starts to get expensive. This 50ft cartridge will give us 3 and a half minutes of recording time since we’re using 18 frames per second. Finally, let’s set the camera to tungsten, since we’re using daylight stock. If you care about why, just pause the video now, because we’re ready to shoot. To set focus, let’s zoom in all the way, and adjust the focus ring until it’s sharp. Then we can zoom out to our original shot. For exposure, the automatic metering is good, but if we don’t want it to change while we’re filming, we can use the exposure lock. The rule of thumb is that it’s okay to overexpose, but if you underexpose then the image will get very noisy. Next, go and film. Shoot a nostalgic music video, carry it with you so you look more sophisticated, and of course, film yourself in the mirror. These cameras usually don’t record sound, so for dialog we’ll record separately and match it up with a slate. When film runs out, send it off to be processed and digitised. After a few weeks, they'll send it back, so you can open the file and enjoy the scratches, the grain, the color. And now we have a demonstration of Super 8 footage My name's Simon Cade, this has been DSLRguide and I'll see you next week.

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ADOX

The current rights to the historic ADOX name were obtained in 2003 by Fotoimpex of Berlin, Germany, a company founded in 1992 to import photographic films and papers from former east Europe. ADOX (Fotoimpex) subsequently established a film factory in Bad Sarrow outside Berlin to convert and package films, papers and chemicals. In February 2015 they acquired a lease on the former Ilford Imaging (Ciba Geigy) machine E, medium scale coating line at Marly, Switzerland.[1][2] In 2017/18 they started expanding the Bad Sarrow factory to add film coating capability and medium scale photochemistry manufacture with work ongoing in 2019.[3][4]

The ADOX name traces back to the oldest photographic film manufacturer in the world, started in 1860 in Germany.[5] In the 1970s, Dupont the owners of the Adox brand sold the recipes and machinery of their B&W films to Fotokemika in Croatia who continued to produce the films under the Efke brand. The films were subsequently imported by Fotoimpex and sold as ADOX CHS Art thus re-uniting the ADOX name with the films. After Fotokemikas closure in 2012, ADOX CHS II was produced for ADOX using modern cascade coating.

Black and white negative films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
ADOX CMS 20 II available P 20 B&W Print Agfa-Gevaert Copex HDP (High Definition Pan) microfilm converted & packaged by ADOX (See also SPUR UR). "No other film is sharper, no other film is more finegrained, no other film resolves more lines per mm (up to 800 l /mm)."[6] Needs special developer to manage extreme contrast. #As of 2018, 120 format is out of stock. Belgium/ Germany 135, 120#, 4x5"
ADOX HR-50 2018 on P 50 B&W Print Super-panchromatic ultra fine grain - Agfa-Gevaert Aviphot 80 modified to enhance usability. May also be used as an infra-red film with suitable filtration. Launched at Photokina in September 2018. [7] Belgium/ Germany 135, 120, 4x5"
ADOX IR-HR PRO 50 2018 on P 80 B&W Print Super-panchromatic fine grain film - Agfa-Gevaert Aviphot 80 as HR-50 without modification. Initial trial batch [8] Belgium/ Germany 135
ADOX CHS 100 II 2013 -2016 & 2018 on P 100 B&W Print Ortho-panchromatic emulsion from 1950s re-introduced as a modern cascade coating for ADOX (Fotoimpex) in 2013. From 2018 coated by ADOX at Marly, Switzerland. 135 and 120 films to follow. [9][10] [11] Germany Sheet film
ADOX SilverMax 2016 on T 100 B&W Print Fine grain ortho-panchromatic film on a clear triacetate base similar to original AGFA APX 100.[12] Germany 135

Black and white reversal (slide) films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
ADOX SCALA 50 2019 on P 50 B&W Slide Same film as the HR-50 but rebranded to show its suitability for reversal process. Super-panchromatic ultra fine grain - Agfa-Gevaert Aviphot 80 modified to enhance usability. [13] Belgium/ Germany 135
ADOX SCALA 160 2016 on T 160 B&W Slide Same film as the SilverMax but rebranded to show its suitability for reversal process. A near alternative to the discontinued AGFA SCALA.[14] Germany 135

Agfa-Gevaert

Agfa-Gevaert is headquartered in Mortsel, Belgium and following the sale of its consumer films division (See AgfaPhoto), now only manufactures commercial films; 'Aviphot'for aerial photography and 'Copex' archival microfilms (since 2013 Copex films are branded 'Imagelink' for Eastman Park Micrographics [15]). Some of these films are however repackaged for consumer use by Maco under its Rollei brand and by Japan Camera Hunter, Silberra and ADOX.

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
AGFA Copex Rapid available P 50 B&W Print AGFA Copex Rapid A.H.U. (Anti Halation Underlayer) is a high resolution black and white Panchromatic microfilm. (Converted by Maco Photo Products) [16] See also SPUR DSX. Belgium & Germany 135, 120

AGFA PHOTO

The AGFA consumer film division with its plant in Leverkusen, Germany was spun off by Agfa-Gevaert into a new company AGFA PHOTO in 2004. At buy out the firm was split into a holding company Agfa-Photo Holding GMBH (licenses) and manufacturing company Agfa-Photo GMBH (leverkusen). The manufacturing company went bankrupt in 7 months resulting in the closure of the Leverkusen plant in 2005. The holding company was unaffected and retains a trademark license from Agfa-Gevaert for the use of the AgfaPhoto brand and 'red dot' logo on products having a photographic application.[17] Since 2005 these rights for consumer film products have been sub-licensed to Lupus Imaging & Media.[18] The colour negative and slide films were made by Ferrania from 2005, whilst black and white films were converted by Ferrania from stored master rolls of AGFA stock. Ferrania closed in 2009. Replacement colour films were supplied by Fujifilm until this contract ended in early 2018[19], ending the sale of colour film under the AgfaPhoto brand. [20]. Black & White films were replaced by new films made by Harman Technology after 2013.

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
AGFA PHOTO APX 100 2013 on T 100 B&W Print General purpose panchromatic film. Similar to Kentmere 100. (A film nearer the original AGFA APX 100 is ADOX Silvermax/SCALA)[21][22] UK 135-36
AGFA PHOTO APX 400 2013 on T 400 B&W Print General purpose panchromatic film. Similar to Kentmere 400.[23] UK 135-36

Argenti

Based in Gijion, Spain, Argenti offer a small range of B&W films, converted from bulk in their own packaging.

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Argenti Nanotomic X available P 32 B&W Print Technical monochrome film, with fine grain and high resolution, (600 pairs of lines per millimeter (L/mm)), polyester base of 130um. Probably an Agfa-Gevaert microfilm on PET13 base. [24] Spain 135-36
Argenti Scale-X available T 100 B&W Print /Slide Fine grain panchromatic film with a wide tonal scale on a clear triacetate base which can be processed as a negative (ISO100) or reverse processed (Scala) as a slide (ISO 160). Exposure Index of 100 - 800 ISO. Claimed to be original Agfa Scala[25]. Similar characteristics to ADOX SCALA/Silvermax. Spain 135-36
Argenti PAN-X available T 100 B&W Print Panchromatic film on a 135um triacetate base.[26] Identical structure to ORWO UN54 [27] Spain 135-36
Argenti ARF+ Reporter Film Plus available T 400 B&W Print ORWO NP74 plus high speed black-and-white panchromatic camera film for both outdoor and indoor usage with wide exposure latitude, 135um triacetate base. Germany /Spain 135-36

Arista EDU

Arista EDU Ultra is a budget range of Black & White films produced for Freestyle Photographic, USA in three speeds (ISO 100, 200, 400) in 135, 120 and sheet film formats. They are currently the same as the equivalent speed films produced by FOMA.[28] 135 films are not DX coded.

Bergger

Based in France Bergger offers a single B&W film manufactured on their behalf; Panchro 400 introduced in 2015 replacing BRF400.

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Bergger Pancro 400 2015 on T / P 400 B&W Print General purpose panchromatic B&W film, using two emulsions (Silver-Bromide/Iodide) that differ in grain size in order to achieve a wide exposure range. 135 (T base), 120 and sheet film (P base)[29] #Out of stock in 2018. Germany 135#, 120#, Sheet film

Cinestill

Based in USA Cinestill converts Eastman Kodak motion picture stock into 135 and 120 still camera formats, for C-41 process by removing the Remjet backing, a separate Anti-halation backing used to protect the film in motion picture cameras.

Black and white films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Cinestill bwXX 2015 on T 250 B&W Print A classic B&W film stock left relatively unchanged since its release in 1959 for still and motion picture use (Kodak double-x 5222) Limited production.[30] USA 135

Colour negative films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Cinestill 50D 2015 on T 50 C-41 Print Daylight balanced Colour Negative film (Kodak 5219 Vision 3 50D) [31] USA 135, 120
Cinestill 800T 2013 on T 800 C-41 Print Tungsten balanced Colour Negative film (Kodak 7203 Vision 3 500T - ISO 500 in native ECN-2 chemistry) [32] USA 135, 120

FILM Ferrania

FILM Ferrania s.r.l. is a modern photographic film manufacturing company located in Ferrania (Liguria), Italy. Following closure of the original factory in 2009 the company was re-founded in 2013 following a kickstarter campaign and support from the regional government to build a new film manufacturing base using the former Ferrania research laboratory and its coating machine. Although initial plans focussed on re-introducing a colour slide film, FILM Ferrania commenced manufacturing a B&W film in 2017 based on a classic 1960s motion picture film stock, being a simpler proposition.

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
FILM Ferrania P30 ALPHA 2017 on P 80 B&W Print Re-introduction of classic 1960s B&W panchromatic motion picture film for still photography in 2017, however due to production constraints for 135 format conversion only a very limited supply of film was made prior to temporary closure of the plant until August 2018. Production was still to recommence at the end of 2018. A 120 format version had also been planned for 2018.[33] Italy 135-36

Film Washi

Factory in Saint-Nazaire, France. Launched in 2013, producing a handcrafted B&W film, handcoated on traditional Washi paper. Also converting other B&W films industrially coated in larger factories and originally made for technical,motion pictures, industrial or aerial applications for creative purposes.

Black and white films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Film Washi 'W' available SP 25 B&W Print Orthochromatic film hand coated in France on Japanese Kozo paper offering a very unique fibre effect. 135 limited to 16 exp [34] France 135, 120, Sheet film
Film Washi 'V' 2017 on SP 100 B&W Print Panchromatic film hand coated on Japanese Gampi paper with high transparency, soft texture and wide latitude exposure. 135 limited to 16 exp [35] France 135, 120
Film Washi 'P' Special order P 100 B&W Print Panchromatic film on polyester base, no anti-halation layer France 135, 120, Sheet film
Film Washi 'A' available P 12 B&W Print Orthochromatic leader film normally used as leader and protection tail for motion picture film copy. Fine grain and a very high contrast[36] France 135
Film Washi 'B' available P 125 B&W Print Blue sensitive X-ray film[37] France Sheet film
Film Washi 'D' available P 28 B&W Print "Sputnik" Russian aerial surveillance film. Panchromatic negative film, offering high contrast and moderate grain.[38] France 135
Film Washi 'G' available P 80 B&W Print Green sensitive X-ray film [39] France Sheet film
Film Washi 'K' available P 100 B&W Print Vintage aerial film - Converted from 3 km of (expired 2000) Kodak Plus-X Aerographic Film 2402 [40] France Sheet film
Film Washi 'S' available P 50 B&W Print Motion picture sound recording film very fine grain and ultra high definition [41] France 135
Film Washi 'Z' available P 400 B&W Print Near infrared super-panchromatic aerial photography film to 750 nm [42] France 135

FOMA

Foma Bohemia spol. s.r.o, established 1921 with factory located in Hradec Králové, Czech Republic, remains one of the last traditional producers of panchromatic B&W (black and white) photo materials including films, papers and chemistry. Films branded as Arista EDU also come from this source.

Black and white films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Foma FOMAPAN 100 'Classic' available T/P 100 B&W Print Traditional general purpose panchromatic fine grain film. 135 (T base), 120, Sheet film (P base).[43] Czech Rep. 135, 120, Sheet film
Foma FOMAPAN 200 'Creative' Rev 2015 on T/P 200 B&W Print Modern general purpose panchromatic film using both hexagonal core and shell tabular 'T' grains. Formats: 135 (T base), 120, Sheet film (P base).[44] Czech Rep. 135, 120, Sheet film
Foma FOMAPAN 400 'Action' available T/P 400 B&W Print Traditional general purpose panchromatic film. 135 (T base), 120, Sheet film (P base).[45] Czech Rep. 135, 120, Sheet film
Foma RETRO PAN 320 'Soft' 2015 on T/P 320 B&W Print Retro 1950s style traditional panchromatic film characterised by a wide range of half tones and 'soft' images. 135 (T base), 120, Sheet film (P base).[46][47] 120 format from 2018. Czech Rep. 135, 120, Sheet film
Foma FOMAPAN R 100 available P 100 B&W Slide B&W reversal film, intended for B&W motion picture movie making (Cine film) and also converted for still camera use. Processing available through DR5 (USA) or Photo Studio 13 (DE) or using Foma Direct Reversal Kit. Czech Rep. 135

FOTOIMPEX

FOTOIMPEX of Berlin, Germany, is a company founded in 1992 to import photographic films and papers from former east Europe. They acquired the rights to the ADOX name in 2003. However two films are still sold under their own name, both Black & White films produced by Harman Technology.

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
FOTOIMPEX CHM 100 Available T 100 B&W Print General purpose, panchromatic film similar to Kentmere 100 UK 135
FOTOIMPEX CHM 400 Available T 400 B&W Print General purpose, panchromatic film similar to Kentmere 400 UK 135

FUJIFILM

FUJIFILM is a Japanese manufacturer of photographic films, chemistry, papers and cameras established in 1934 and one of only two manufacturers (with Kodak) still producing colour film. Recent years have seen significant reductions to their traditional film range, which is divided into Consumer films; Fujicolor/ Fujicolor Superia and Professional films; Neopan, Fujicolor Pro, Velvia and Provia. Instax is a range of instant films and cameras launched in 1998 which now outsell the traditional products. They undertook contract manufacture for AGFA PHOTO colour films from c2008 - 2018. Fujifilm distribution depends on worldwide region with a number of Japan specific products sometimes available as Parallel imports elsewhere. See Fujifilm photographic films [48] [49]

Black and white films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
FUJIFILM Neopan ACROS 100 To 4.2018 stock only T/P 100 B&W Print Fine grain ortho-panchromatic 'T' grain film noted for its low rate of reciprocity failure making it ideal for long exposures. 135, 120 (T base), 4x5", 8x10" (P base). Sheet film was discontinued May 17.[50] 135 & 120 formats were discontinued in April 2018 with 120 sold out by June 2018. [51][52] Japan 135-36
FUJIFILM Neopan 400CN 2003 on T 400 C-41 Print General purpose C-41 process chromogenic B&W film. [53] Ilford were Fujis partners for this film which has therefore similar characteristics to Ilford XP2 plus. UK market only. UK 135-36, 120 (UK only)

Color negative films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Consumer films - Japan (Parallel import in other markets)
FUJIFILM FujiColor 100 available T 100 C-41 Print General purpose color film with natural skin tones updated 2011 with super fine grain technology and sold in both retail single/3packs and bulk 100 roll plain packs for business market (Often split by retailers to sell as a budget film). Japanese market only, parallel import elsewhere. [54] Japan 135-24 /36
FUJIFILM FujiColor Superia Premium 400 2009 on T 400 C-41 Print Variant of Superia 400 X-tra film with improved exposure latitude and optimised for reproduction of Japanese skin tones.[55] (code CH24). Not generally sold outside Japan/Asia. Japan 135-27 /36
FUJIFILM FujiColor Superia Venus 800 available T 800 C-41 Print High speed consumer color film using 4th layer and nano grain technology aimed at zoom lens compact cameras.[56] Superia X-tra 800 discontinued 2016 outside Japan. Venus 800 Japanese market variant, parallel import elsewhere. Japan 135-27 /36
Consumer films - Worldwide excluding Japan
FUJIFILM FujiColor C200 c1990 on T 200 C-41 Print General purpose budget color film updated 2017 with super fine grain technology. [57] Multipacks and 24 exp rolls discontinued 2017. (Code CA24). Not Japan market. Japan 135-36
FUJIFILM FujiColor Superia X-tra 400 available (To 2018 JP.) T 400 C-41 Print 'All conditions' consumer color film updated 2011, with improved shelf life and super uniform fine grain technology. [58]. (Originally with a 4th cyan colour layer for improved colors under fluorescent lighting, omitted in recent revisions) [59]. Discontinued: 120 (2013)[60]; 135 multipacks (except Japan/US) and 24 exp rolls (2017).(code CH23). Not Japan market from Jan 2019[61]. Japan 135-36
Professional films
FUJIFILM Fujicolor Pro 160NS 2010- (To 2017 UK, 2018 rEU) T 160 C-41 Print Professional color film with 4th color layer offering fine grain, low contrast and natural skin tones for weddings, portraits, fashion. Europe (to 2018), Asia and Australia markets. Discontinued formats; 220, sheet film (2016), 120 (UK late 2017, rest of Europe late 2018) [62][63][64] [65][66][67] Japan 120
FUJIFILM Fujicolor Pro 400H 2004 on T 400 C-41 Print Professional color film with 4th color layer offering fine grain, low contrast and natural skin tones for weddings, portraits, fashion. Discontinued formats; 220. Latest revision 2013. [68] Japan 135-36, 120

Color reversal (slide) films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
FUJIFILM FujiChrome Velvia 50 2007 on T/P 100 E-6 Slide Saturated vivid natural colors for nature/landscape photography (RVP50). Replacement for the original Velvia 50, which was discontinued owing to availability issues with original chemistry. 135 & 120 (T base), sheet film 4x5", 5x7", 8x10" (P base). Discontinued; Sheet film (2012 in Europe/USA),[69] 5x7" (2013 Japan),[70] 220 (2015)[71][72] Japan 135-36, 120, (4x5", 8x10", JP only)
FUJIFILM FujiChrome Velvia 100 2005 on T/P 100 E-6 Slide Saturated vivid natural colors for nature, landscape and travel photography. (RVP100) 135 & 120 (T base), sheet film 4x5", 5x7", 8x10" (P base). Discontinued; 5x7" (2013), 220 (2015), 8x10" (Europe/USA) [73] Japan 135-36, 120, 4x5" (8x10" JP only)
FUJIFILM FujiChrome Velvia 100F 2003 on P 100 E-6 Slide Professional-quality, medium-speed, daylight-type color reversal film with ultrafine grain, designed to produce high-contrast images with the highest color saturation among 100F series films for landscape, nature, commercial, food, and interior applications (RVP100F). Sheet film 4x5, 8x10. Discontinued formats; 135, 120, 220 plus sheet film (2012 Europe/USA). Japanese market only.[74][75] Japan 4x5", 8x10" (JP only)
FUJIFILM FujiChrome Provia 100F 1999 on T/P 100 E-6 Slide Fine grain general purpose color slide film with natural colours (RDPIII). 135 & 120 (T base), sheet film 4x5", 8x10" (P base). Discontinued; 5x7" (2013), 220 (2015) [76] Japan 135-36, 120, 4x5", 8x10"

Instant films

These are marketed by format, rather than emulsion.
Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
FUJIFILM Instax mini 1998 on N/A 800 Instant Print General purpose, credit card-sized, instant film available in color (daylight balanced) or black and white, with various frame styles. Print: 54 mm × 86 mm, image size, 46 mm × 62 mm. Japan 46 mm × 62 mm
FUJIFILM Instax wide 1999 on N/A 800 Instant Print General purpose, landscape format, daylight balanced instant color film. Print: 108 mm × 86 mm, image size 99 mm × 62 mm. Japan 99 mm × 62 mm
FUJIFILM Instax Square 2017 on N/A 800 Instant Print General purpose, Square-format, daylight balanced instant color film. Print: 72 mm × 85.6 mm, image size 62 mm × 62 mm Japan 62 mm × 62 mm

Holga

The Holga is a low cost plastic medium format 120 film camera, made in Hong Kong, known for its low-fidelity aesthetic. A Holga branded B&W film stock is produced by FOMA.

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
HOLGA 400 2010 on T/P 400 B&W Print Traditional general purpose panchromatic film. 135 in non DX cartridges.[77] Rebranded Fomapan 400 Czech Rep. 135, 120

ILFORD

Ilford Photo is a UK manufacturer of photographic materials known worldwide for its black and white films, papers and chemicals based in Mobberley, Cheshire. Parent company Harman Technology also undertake contract coating, conversion and packaging of B&W films for other photographic brands as well as for their budget Kentmere brand.[78] They have also, since 2006, produced films by annual special order in larger than usual sizes, including sheet films in various sizes up to 16 by 20 inches, and bulk roll films in 90mm, 5 inch and 10 inch widths.[79]

Black and white films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
ILFORD Pan 100 available T 100 B&W Print General purpose budget panchromatic film for selected markets (parallel import back into UK) [80] UK 135-36
ILFORD Pan 400 available T 400 B&W Print General purpose budget panchromatic film for selected markets (parallel import back into UK) [81] UK 135-36
ILFORD Pan F Plus 1992 on T 50 B&W Print Very fine grain panchromatic film for portraiture, architecture, still life. Poor image latency so needs to be developed promptly.[82] UK 135-36, 120
ILFORD FP4 Plus 1990 on T 125 B&W Print Fine grain, general purpose panchromatic film with a wide exposure latitude. Originally launched as Ilford Fine grain Panchromatic emulsion in 1935.[83] UK 135-24 /36, 120, Sheet film
ILFORD HP5 Plus 1989 on T 400 B&W Print Medium contrast, general purpose panchromatic film with a wide exposure latitude. A film tracing its heritage back to the Ilford HyPer sensitive emulsion in 1931. Well suited to photojournalism. Available as Single use camera.[84][85] UK 135-24 /36, 120, Sheet film
ILFORD DELTA 100 1992 on T 100 B&W Print Very fine grain modern panchromatic professional film using core-shell crystal technology, ilfords response to Kodak T-MAX.[86] UK 135-24 /36, 120, Sheet film
ILFORD DELTA 400 2001 (rev) T 400 B&W Print Fine grain modern panchromatic professional film using core-shell crystal technology, first released 1990, ilfords response to Kodak T-MAX.[87] UK 135-24 /36, 120
ILFORD DELTA 3200 1998 on T 1000 B&W Print Modern panchromatic professional film using core-shell crystal technology for fast action and low light photography. An ISO 1000 film suitable for push processing to an E.I. of 3200 or higher. [88] UK 135-36, 120
ILFORD Ortho Copy Plus available T 80D 40T B&W Print Very fine grain Orthochromatic film for copy work, B&W duplicating, alternative processes, creative portraiture.[89] UK Sheet film
ILFORD SFX 200 Re-intro 2007 T 200 B&W Print Super-panchromatic film with extended red sensitivity up to about 750 nm. To achieve moderate IR effects requires a very deep red filter (Heliopan 715, Hoya R72 or the Ilford SFX filter) or deep red filter otherwise it will give similar results to HP5 upon which it is based.[90] UK 135-36, 120
ILFORD XP2 Super available T 400 C-41 Print (Chromogenic Dye) C-41 process B&W film. Replaced XP2 Plus, Ilford decided not to call it XP3.[91] UK 135-24 /36, 120

Japan Camera Hunter

Bellamy Hunt is a camera collector and runs the website Japan Camera Hunter. He released his own branded film in 2016, using a B&W traffic surveillance film manufactured by Agfa Gevaert.[92]

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
JCH Streetpan 400 2016 on P 400 B&W Print General purpose, Super-panchromatic (up to 750 nm) high speed film[93] Belgium 135, 120

Kentmere

Kentmere is a brand of classic grain B&W films introduced in 2009 and produced by Harman Technology in Mobberley, Cheshire, UK. Originally designed as a lower priced brand to their Ilford offer to compete in the US market they are now available worldwide. Similar films are also made by Harman Technology for the Agfaphoto, Oriental and Rollei brands. The name is derived from the Kentmere based photographic paper brand acquired by Ilford in 2007 and is particularly aimed at the student market and those new to black and white photography. Film names and packaging were revised in 2018.[94]

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Kentmere PAN 100 2009 on T 100 B&W Print General purpose, panchromatic film.[95] UK 135
Kentmere PAN 400 2009 on T 400 B&W Print General purpose, panchromatic film[96] UK 135

Kodak

Kodak TMAX100
Kodak TMAX100

Kodak is a USA manufacturer of photographic films established in 1888 and one of only two manufacturers (with Fujifilm) still producing colour film. Kodak films for still cameras are manufactured by Eastman Kodak in Rochester, New York, USA but since its Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2012 are now sold and marketed by Kodak Alaris, a separate company controlled by the Kodak UK Pension fund based in Hertfordshire, UK.[97] The film range is divided into Consumer films, (ColorPlus and Gold/Ultramax) and Professional films, (Tri-X, T-MAX, Ektar, Portra and Ektachrome). [98][99]. Kodak continues to invest in film with 2018 seeing the re-introduction of two films, TMAX P3200 and Ektachrome.



Black and white films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Kodak Tri-X 1954 on T/P 320/ 400 B&W Print Traditional cubic grain panchromatic film with high contrast, re-engineered in 2007 with a finer grain. Classic photojournalist film. 135/120 ISO 400 triacetate base (TX); Sheet film polyester base ISO 320 (TXP) 4x5", 5x7" & 8x10". [100] USA 135, 120, Sheet film
Kodak T-MAX 100 1986 on T/P 100 B&W Print Modern general purpose continuous tone 'T' grain panchromatic film (TMX). 135, 120 (T base) & Sheet Film (P base).[101] USA 135, 120, Sheet film
Kodak T-MAX 400 1986 on T/P 400 B&W Print Modern general purpose continuous tone 'T' grain panchromatic film, updated 2008 (TMY-2).[102] 135, 120 (T base) & Sheet Film (P Base).[103] USA 135, 120. Sheet film
Kodak T-MAX P3200 1988- 2012. 2018 on T 800 B&W Print Multi -speed continuous tone 'T' grain panchromatic film. Originally launched in 1998 the film was discontinued in 2012. Re-launched in USA and Europe 4 March 2018. The “P” means although its an ISO 800 film it’s designed to be push processed to an EI 3200 or higher (TMZ).[104] #120 format is planned in 2019[105] USA 135-36, #120

Color negative films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Kodak ColorPlus 200 1990 on T 200 C-41 Print General purpose budget color film. Mid 1980s Kodacolor VR 200 re-introduced as a budget offer to Gold 200, (not USA market), no datasheet available.[106] USA 135-24 /36
Kodak Pro Image 100 1997 on T 100* C-41 Print Budget 'Professional' color film with neutral skin tones for portraits, weddings and social events. *An E.I.100 film (ISO ca. 160) originally for selected markets with hot climates (Latin America & SE Asia) without needing cold storage and using a Kodak Gold print profile. (parallel import elsewhere). In 2018 Kodak added it to official distribution in Europe. [107] USA 135-36
Kodak Gold 200 1997 on T 200 C-41 Print General purpose consumer color film (GB). Kodacolor Gold films introduced in 1988. Kodak Gold from 1997, current v7, introduced 2007.[108][109] USA 135-24 /36
Kodak Ultramax 400 2007 on T 400 C-41 Print General purpose 'all conditions' consumer film (GC) previously Kodak Gold 400 1997 to 2007.[110] USA 135-24 /36
Kodak Ektar 100 2008 on T/P 100 C-41 Print Professional fine grain film with ultra-vivid colors for nature, travel & fashion photography. 135, 120 (T base) sheet film (P base) [111] USA 135-36, 120, 4x5"
Kodak Portra 160 2011 on T/P 160 C-41 Print Professional, V fine grain film with natural colors for portraits, fashion & wedding photography. Vision 3 technology. 135, 120, (T base), Sheet film (P base).[112] USA 135-36, 120, 4x5", 8x10"
Kodak Portra 400 2010 on T/P 400 C-41 Print Professional, fine grain film with natural colors for portraits, fashion & commercial photography. Vision 3 technology. 135, 120, (T base), Sheet film (P base).[113] USA 135-36, 120, 4x5", 8x10"
Kodak Portra 800 1998 on T 800 C-41 Print Professional, fine grain film with natural colors for low light situations.[114] USA 135-36, 120

Color reversal (slide) films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Kodak Ektachrome E100 2018 on T 100 E-6 Slide Professional slide film with v fine grain, moderate saturation and neutral tones. Based on Ektachrome E100G last available 2012 but reformulated due to non availability of some original chemistry. Announced at CES January 2017, it was finally launched at Photokina September 2018 for sale from October 2018. [115] [116] #120 and Sheet film formats will be added in 2019.[117] USA 135-36, #120, #Sheet film

KONO!

Launched in 2014, KONO! is a small European analogue photographic company based in Austria that produces a range of 'creative' 35mm format films under both 'Kono!' and 'dubblefilm' brands, the latter in conjunction with mobile app 'dubble' which enables users to mix photos with anyone else in the world.[118] Most KONO! films are based on stock originally intended for shooting motion pictures, scientific purposes or other places photosensitive emulsions were used. All films are hand rolled onto recycled 135 film cassettes.[119][120]

Black and white films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
KONO! MONOLIT 64 2018 on T 64 B&W Print Medium contrast black & white film. Produced with assistance from Astrum. Potentially Svema FN64 [121] Austria/ Ukraine 135-36
KONO! REKORDER 100-200 2018 on T 100-200 B&W Print 'Creative' B&W film featuring pre-exposed numbers and letters.[122] Austria 135-24

Color negative films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
KONO! Donau 6 available T 6 C-41 Print Creative colour film with strong blues and ultra slow speed suitable for long exposure photography in the daytime, extremely long exposures in the evening or at night[123] Austria 135-24
KONO! Kolorit 125 Tungsten available T 125 C-41 Print Tungsten balanced colour film, motion picture film stock suitable for C-41 process Austria[124] 135-24
KONO! Kolorit 400 Tungsten available T 400 C-41 Print Tungsten balanced colour film, motion picture film stock suitable for C-41 process[125] Austria 135-24
KONO! Rotwild 400 available T 400 C-41 Print Creative colour film with intense tints, ranging from yellow to deep red with re-animated motion picture film stock suitable for C-41 process. Probably a redscale film [126] Austria 135-24
KONO! ALiEN 200 available T 200 C-41 Print Creative colour film pre-exposed with green aliens[127] Austria 135-24
KONO! UFO 200 available T 200 C-41 Print Creative colour film pre-exposed with UFOs[128] Austria 135-24
KONO! KATZ 200 available T 200 C-41 Print Creative colour film pre-exposed with cats paw prints[129] Austria 135-24
KONO! LUFT 200 available T 200 C-41 Print Creative colour film pre-exposed with light blue hearts[130] Austria 135-24
KONO! LIEBE 200 available T 200 C-41 Print Creative colour film pre-exposed with red hearts [131] Austria 135-24
KONO! WINTERMÄRCHEN 200 available T 200 C-41 Print Creative colour film 'Winter fairytale' pre-exposed with festive images [132] Austria 135-24
dubblefilm Bubblegum 2018 on T 200 C-41 Print Creative colour film with added tone to gibe candy colours [133] Austria 135-24
dubblefilm MONSOON 2018 on T 200 C-41 Print Creative colour film with added tone to give deep colours inspired by the freshness of a post-monsoon rain.[134] Austria 135-24
dubblefilm SUNSTROKE 2017 on T 200 C-41 Print Creative colour film with light leaks [135] Austria 135-24
dubblefilm MOONSTRUCK 2017 on T 200 C-41 Print Creative colour film with a unique colour tone that produces exceptional and unconventional colours.[136] Austria 135-24
dubblefilm JELLY 2018 on T 200 C-41 Print Creative colour film with green, blue and orange hues top to bottom of frame[137] Austria 135-24

Kosmo Foto

Stephen Dowling runs the website Kosmo Foto (Previously Zorki Photo, renamed because the name Zorki was still being used in Russia[138]). He released his own branded B&W film in 2017, supplied by Foma Bohemia, the packaging of which is noted for its bold soviet era inspired artwork.[139]

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Kosmo Foto Mono 2017 on T 100 B&W Print Traditional general purpose panchromatic fine grain film. Re-branded Fomapan 100[140] #120 format is to be added in May 2019[141][142]. Czech Rep. 135-36, #120

Lomography

Headquarters in Vienna, Austria. Lomography is a globally-active organization dedicated to analogue, experimental and creative photography. Lomography procures films from film manufacturers to sell under the lomography brand. They uniquely offer film in 110 format.

Black and white films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Lomography Earl Grey available T(135) P(120) 100 B&W Print General purpose, panchromatic film. Currently Fomapan 100 [143] Czech Rep. 135, 120
Lomography Orca available T 200 B&W Print General purpose, panchromatic film tbc 110
Lomography Lady Grey available T 400 B&W Print General purpose, panchromatic film. Kodak TMAX 400 to mid 2017, currently Fomapan 400 [144] [145] Czech Rep. 135, 120
Lomography Potsdam 100 2019 on T 100 B&W Print 'Limited edition' Cinematic (Kino) panchromatic film with fine grain 'from a German company changing the face of cinema since the 1900s' [146] Probably ORWO UN54. Available in May 2019 Germany/ Czech Rep. 135, 120
Lomography Berlin 400 2018 on T 400 B&W Print 'Limited edition' Cinematic (Kino) panchromatic film with wide exposure latitude (E.I to 3200) and suitable for reversal processing 'from a German company changing the face of cinema since the 1900s'[147] [148] Probably ORWO N74 or N74plus. Germany/ Czech Rep. 135

Color negative films

Colour films 100, 400, 800 are thought to be based on Kodacolor VR formulations from the mid 1980s. All currently manufactured by Kodak in USA.

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Lomography Color Negative 100 available T 100 C-41 Print General purpose colour film for sunny conditions. USA 135, 120
Lomography Color Tiger 200 available T 200 C-41 Print General purpose colour film. tbc 110
Lomography Color Negative 400 available T 400 C-41 Print General purpose colour film. USA 135, 120
Lomography Color Negative 800 available T 800 C-41 Print General purpose colour film USA 135, 120
Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 available tbc 50-200 C-41 Print Creative redscale film with an extended exposure range tbc 135, 120
Lomography LomoChrome Purple XR 2017 - tbc 100-400 C-41 Print Creative colour negative film with purple hues, initial limited edition, followed by 2nd batch with finer grain. Further limited batch in both formats in 2019. tbc 135, 120
Lomography Lobster Redscale available tbc 200 C-41 Print Creative redscale film with an extended exposure range tbc 110

Color reversal (slide) films

Although made for cross processing in C-41 process chemistry these films will provide normal slides if E-6 processed.

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Lomography XPro 200 available tbc 200 C-41 (E-6) Print (slide) Cross Processing Slide Film. Needs UV filter for normal colours in E6. (120 -Agfa RSX 200/ Aviphot Chrome) #Currently unavailable as of Jan 2019. Belgium 135#, 120#
Lomography Peacock XPro available tbc 200 C-41 (E-6) Print (slide) Cross Processing Slide Film. #Currently unavailable as of Jan 2019. tbc 110#

Luckyfilm

Lucky Group Corporation in Baoding, Héběi province, China produced a range of colour, black and white, and chromogenic black and white consumer films. Colour film was produced initially conjunction with Kodak after signing a 20-year partnership which Kodak ended in 2007 after 4 years.[149] Production of all consumer films ceased in 2012.[150] In 2017 Luckyfilm, an offshoot of Lucky Group re-released an improved black and white film for the consumer market.

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Lucky New SHD 100 2017 on P 100 B&W Print General purpose, panchromatic film[151] China 135

Oriental

Oriental is a Japanese brand of photographic films and papers owned by Cyber Graphics Co, Tokyo. The photographic films are produced by Harman Technology, UK and are similar to the Kentmere films. They were developed as a budget B&W film for the Japanese market.[152]

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Oriental SEAGULL 100 2016 on T 100 B&W Print General purpose, panchromatic film, similar to Kentmere 100 UK 135
Oriental SEAGULL 400 2016 on T 400 B&W Print General purpose, panchromatic film, similar to Kentmere 400 UK 135

Polaroid Originals

Polaroid Originals formerly known as the Impossible Project is a Dutch photography company founded in 2008 based in Enschede, Netherlands to re-introduce film for Polaroid cameras. It manufactures instant film for its own and selected original Polaroid instant cameras. Instant films are marketed by format rather than emulsion.

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Polaroid Originals i-type film available N/A 640 Instant Print General purpose instant color or black and white film. Netherlands 107x 88mm
Polaroid Originals 600 film 2015 on N/A 640 Instant Print General purpose instant color or black and white film various frame styles. Netherlands 107x 88mm
Polaroid Originals SX-70 film 2013 on N/A 160 Instant Print General purpose instant color or black and white (IS0 160) film various frame styles Netherlands 107x 88mm
Polaroid Originals Spectra film 2013 on N/A 640 Instant Print General purpose instant color or black and white film various frame styles. Netherlands 103x 101mm
Polaroid Originals 8 x 10 film available N/A 640 Instant Print General purpose instant color or black and white film. Netherlands 325x 215mm (8x10")

Rera

Rera is a brand of photographic film for 127 (4x4) format roll film cameras assembled in Japan by Kawauso-Shoten. Film is converted for 127 format and sold through main retailers.

Black & White film

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Rera Pan 400 2018 on T 400 B&W Print General purpose panchromatic traditional high-speed black and white film[153]. Recommended development times identical to Ilford HP5 [154]. Japan 127

Color reversal (slide) film

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Rera Chrome 100 2018 on P 100 E-6 Slide General purpose color slide film last available in 2017. Yellow cast means reduced suitability for flowers and landscapes. [155]. Japan 127

Revolog

Revolog is a small company based in Vienna, Austria which produces and sells a range of creative 'special effects' still camera films. Revolog take ISO 200 color film in 135 format and pre-expose the rolls with a unique effect.[156]

Color negative films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Revolog Rasp available T 200 C-41 Print Coloured scratches/narrow lines effect running through images Austria 135
Revolog Volvox available T 200 C-41 Print Bright green dot effect in different shapes and sizes Austria 135
Revelog Texture available T 200 C-41 Print Bubble-like structure effect Austria 135
Revolog Plexus available T 200 C-41 Print Organic looking, bluish structure effect to that of a neural net or underwater reflections. Austria 135
Revolog Laser available T 200 C-41 Print Thick green and blue lines effect Austria 135
Revolog Streak available T 200 C-41 Print Cintage effect, which will look as if they were taken through a scratched window or lens Austria 135
Revolog Tesla I available T 200 C-41 Print Unexpected bluish-white lightning bolts effect. Austria 135
Revolog Tesla II available T 200 C-41 Print Unexpected red lightning bolts effect. Austria 135
Revolog Kosmos available T 200 C-41 Print Blue stardust will make little galaxies appear on your images. Austria 135
Revolog Kolor available T 200 C-41 Print Adds a rainbow of colours - including red, blue, orange, green, pink, turquoise to images Austria 135
Revolog 460 nm available T 200 C-41 Print Depending on exposure/scanner settings pictures will either appear blue/violet or yellow/green Austria 135
Revolog 600 nm available T 200 C-41 Print Depending on exposure/scanner settings pictures will have a reddish or a bluish–green tint. Austria 135

Rollei

The Rollei brand for photographic film is licensed to Maco (Hans O. Mahn GmbH & Co. KG, Maco Photo Products) a German-based supplier of photographic films. Headquarters in Stapelfeld, Germany. They offer a range of polyester* base black and white and colour films originally for aerial photography produced by Agfa-Gevaert and converted by Maco for still camera use and general purpose triacetate base RPX 100/400 black and white films from Harman Technology / Ilford Photo. (*Note: Polyester base films must be loaded in subdued light to avoid light piping effect).

Black and white films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Rollei RPX 25 2014 on P 25 B&W Print General purpose low speed Panchromatic film E.I. 12-50. Considered to be Agfa-Gevaert Aviphot 80 PE1 film (same as 80S) converted and packaged by Harman Technology. Belgium/ UK 135, 120, 4x5"
Rollei RPX 100 2014 on T 100 B&W Print General purpose, medium speed Panchromatic film. Similar to Kentmere 100 UK 135, 120
Rollei RPX 400 2014 on T/P 400 B&W Print General purpose, high speed Panchromatic film. Similar to Kentmere 400. 4x5" Polyester base.[157] UK 135, 120, 4x5"
Rollei ATP1.1 available P 32 B&W Print 'Advanced Technical Pan'. High resolution Super-panchromatic film (extended red sensitivity).[158][159][160] Converted and packaged by Foma Belgium 120
Rollei Ortho Plus 2017 on P 25 B&W Print Orthochromatic film. Replaced Rollei Ortho in 2017. Germany 135, 120, sheet film
Rollei Retro 80S available P 80 B&W Print Super-panchromatic film (extended red to 750 nm). (Agfa-Gevaert Aviphot Pan 80).[161]. Converted & packaged by Harman Technology (135) or Foma (120) Belgium/ Czech Rep/ UK 135, 120
Rollei SuperPan 200 available P 200 B&W Print Super-panchromatic film (extended red sensitivity) (Agfa-Gevaert Aviphot Pan 200).[162] Belgium 135, 120
Rollei Retro 400S available P 400 B&W Print Super-panchromatic film (extended red sensitivity). (Agfa-Gevaert Aviphot Pan 400).[163] Belgium 135, 120
Rollei Infrared 400 available P 400 B&W Print Super-panchromatic film (extended red sensitivity). (Agfa-Gevaert Aviphot Pan 400) Belgium 135, 120, 4x5"
Rollei Blackbird Planned 2018 P 25-100 B&W Print 'Creative' B&W film giving high contrast sharp images with results dependant on ISO/development process. Planned to be re-introduced in 2018[164] Belgium 135, 120

Color negative films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Rollei Redbird 2018 on P 400 C-41 Print A reverse-rolled 'creative' color negative film. The red scale effect is achieved by exposing through the base of the film which gives extremely warm red, yellow and orange tones. Re-introduced in 2018 Belgium 135-36

Color reversal (slide) films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Rollei CR 200 Ended 2017 stock only P 200 E-6 Slide General purpose older aesthetic slide film (Agfa-Gevaert Aviphot Chrome 200, Same emulsion as Agfa RSX II 200) 135 sold out. Originally called digibase CR 200 pro Belgium 120
Rollei CrossBird 2018 on P 200 E-6 (C-41) Slide (Print) Normal results in E-6 reversal process specially designed 'creative' effects film for cross-processing in C-41. 135 format to be introduced later in 2018. Edge markings reported to be CR200 indicating same film. Belgium 135, 127, 120

Shanghai

Shanggong Shanghai Photosensitive material factory (formerly Shanghai ShenBei photosensitive material factory), established in 1958 in Shanghai, China produces a black and white film. It is part of the Shanggong group conglemerate.[165] Although relatively unknown outside China, the Shanghai film has been in production since the 1950s - but was mainly sold domestically. Production of the Shanghai film stopped in early 2015 for a new factory to be built - production restarted in summer 2016.

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Shanghai GP3 1958 on P 100 B&W Print Traditional black and white film with a thin anti-halation layer giving a retro look. China 120, 4x5", 8x10"

Silberra

The company based in Saint Petersburg, Russia was founded in 2009 producing analog film products. It adopted the Silberra name in 2017 to introduce a range of Black & white films. Funding was sought through an indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to launch six new films. Three panchromatic films are available from launch based on Agfa-Gevaert Aviphot products. Two orthochromatic films were added in 2018. Silberra also offer cinema film from ORWO and Kodak in 135 cassettes for still use [166]

Black and white films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Silberra Orta 50 2018 on P 50 B&W Print Orthochromatic film (insensitive to red light) high resolution and high contrast[167] Russia 135-36
Silberra Orta 100 2018 on P 100 B&W Print Orthochromatic film (insensitive to red light) with high contrast[168] Russia 135-36
Silberra U200 2018 on P 200 B&W Print High contrast mixed grain emulsion - flat T grain and classic grains on a thin 80um polyester base. [169] Russia 135-36
Silberra Ultima 100 2017 on P 100 B&W Print General purpose panchromatic film with extended red sensitivity. 100um thick base. Agfa-Gevaert Aviphot film [170] Russia/ Belgium 135-36
Silberra Ultima 160 2017 on P 160 B&W Print General purpose panchromatic film with extended red sensitivity. 100um thick base. Agfa-Gevaert Aviphot film[171] Russia/ Belgium 135-36
Silberra Ultima 200/Pan 200 2017 on P 200 B&W Print General purpose panchromatic film with extended red sensitivity. Pan & Ultima, same emulsion different polyester base thickness (100um vs 80um)[172]. Agfa-Gevaert Aviphot film Russia/ Belgium 135-36
Silberra Cinema UN54 2018 on P 100 B&W Print Converted from ORWO UN54 cinema film[173] Russia/ Germany 135-36
Silberra Cinema 74N+ 2018 on P 400 B&W Print Converted from ORWO N74 plus cinema film [174] Russia/ Germany 135-36
Silberra Cinema 52XX 2018 on P 200 B&W Print Converted from Eastman Kodak 5222 Double-X cinema film. Silberra rate it at 200 rather than native 250 ISO.[175] Russia/ USA 135-36

SPUR

SPUR (Speed Photography & Ultra high Resolution) is a supplier of own brand specialist photochemistry and films based in Langerwehe, Germany. Two black & white films produced by Agfa-Gevaert are sold under their own brand.

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
SPUR DSX Available P 32-64 B&W Print High resolution black and white Panchromatic document film. Resolution of up to 600 LP/mm.[176] Rebranded Agfa-Gevaert Copex Rapid A.H.U. Belgium 135, 120
SPUR UR Available P 20 B&W Print Agfa-Gevaert Copex HDP microfilm. Resolution of up to 800 LP/mm.[177] Same film as ADOX CMS20 II Belgium 135, 120

Street Candy

Vincent Moschetti, the proprietor of the website OneYearWithFilmOnly.com released his own branded film in 2018 using a re-purposed B&W surveillance film stock.

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Street Candy ATM 400 2018 on P 400 B&W Print Panchromatic B&W film stock originally designed for use in security and surveillance cameras in banks and ATM machines. Loaded on recycled cassettes which are not DX coded. [178] [179] [180] ? 135-36

Svema / Astrum

The original Svema film factory and chemical plant in Shostka, Ukraine closed with final coating there c2000-3, however some of its assets were acquired by Astrum holdings a company founded in 1995. Astrum continued to convert films for retail sale from various sources including Forte and Agfa-Gevaert and until recently sold them under the Astrum name (film expiring upto 2019). Today they apply the Svema brand name to a range of films (Tasma for NK-2). The current range comprises polyester (thin) base films of the kind used for aerial/surveillance photography sold in bulk rolls and are converted/packaged by third parties for retail sale. Films are probably made by Agfa-Gevaert or Tasma.[citation needed] [181][182]

Black and white films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Svema / Astrum МЗ-3 (MZ-3) available P 3 B&W Print Very slow blue sensitive B&W film Ukraine 135
Svema / Astrum ФН-64 (FN-64) available P 64 B&W Print General purpose panchromatic film. Ukraine 135, 120, Sheet film
Svema / Astrum Фoto-100 (Foto-100) available P 100 B&W Print General purpose panchromatic film. Ukraine 135, 120, Sheet film
Svema / Astrum Фoto-200 (Foto-200) available P 200 B&W Print General purpose panchromatic film. Ukraine 135
Svema / Astrum Фoto-400 (Foto-400) available P 400 B&W Print General purpose panchromatic film. Ukraine 135
Svema / Astrum А-2Ш (A-2SH) available P 400 B&W Print General purpose panchromatic film. Ukraine 135
Tasma / Astrum НК-2Ш (NK-2) available P 100 B&W Print General purpose panchromatic film. Ukraine 135

Color negative films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Svema / Astrum Color available P 125 C-41 Print Bold fine grain film with an unusual color palette. Possibly a Kodak aero film Ukraine 135

UltraFine

UltraFine is the house trade brand of photo retailer Photo Warehouse of California, USA who has been producing own brand products since 1979 [183]. Photo Warehouse has historically offered three major Black and White Photo Films, Ultrafine Black and White Films 1979 to 2012, Ultrafine Plus Films 2002 to 2011, and Ultrafine Extreme Films from 2008 to the present day. The Ultrafine Extreme (eXtreme) B&W films are produced using a proprietary Contract Coating by GenAmerica United Corporation. The Films are available in ISO 100 and ISO 400 in 35 mm (135) and 120 format sizes. Uniquely the 135 films are still offered in 12 exp cassettes.

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Ultrafine Xtreme 100 Available T 100 B&W Print General purpose, panchromatic 135 in 12, 24 and 36 exp. GenAmerica EU 135, 120
Ultrafine Xtreme 400 Available T 400 B&W Print General purpose, panchromatic 135 in 12, 24 and 36 exp. GenAmerica EU 135, 120

Yodica

Yodica is a small company established in Milan, Italy in 2018, which produces and sells a range of creative 'special effects' still camera films. Yodica takes ISO 400 color film in 135 format and pre-expose the film with a unique effect. Films are not DX coded. [184]

Color negative films

Make Name Dates Base ISO Process Type Details Origin Formats
Yodica Antares 2018 on T 400 C-41 Print Warming tint to the top half of each frame and a cooling tint to the bottom Italy 135-36
Yodica Andromeda 2018 on T 400 C-41 Print Adds a rose/pink tint - Indoor Only Italy 135-36
Yodica Atlas 2018 on T 400 C-41 Print Rainbow effect in random patchwork Italy 135-36
Yodica Pegasus 2018 on T 400 C-41 Print Rainbow-effect which travels horizontally across each frame (landscape orientation). Italy 135-36
Yodica Polaris 2018 on T 400 C-41 Print Adds a cooling blue tint Italy 135-36
Yodica Sirio 2018 on T 400 C-41 Print Adds blue/green tones Italy 135-36
Yodica Vega 2018 on T 400 C-41 Print Cooling tint to the top half of each frame and a warming tint to the bottom Italy 135-36

See also

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