HP 400 Film 127 B&W ISO 400
Based on Ilford's iconic HP5 Plus stock, but spooled for 127 cameras - this film is the most flexible of all available 127 films. It can be pushed up to 3200 with great results, and when shot at box speed it will give you crisp and clear images with plenty of detail.
IMPORTANT: when getting the film developed remember to ask the lab for your spool back to use as the take-up spool for your next roll!
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When you buy your camera film from us we can ship it across the UK, Europe, USA, New Zealand, Australia and Canada (more countries planned soon!) So buy your Rera Pan HP 400 Film 127 B&W ISO 400 today and dive back into the fun of 127 film photography!
127 film is difficult to come by nowadays. This is a really great film, and a welcome introduction. I process it myself in Perceptol (rating it at 200ASA and develop it for about 14 minutes, which results in a very clean negative). My scanner is very old, and not very good now, but photographing the neg on a light panel with a digital camera produces good results too. This is a really great film, I just hope that it will continue to be available - I'm so pleased with the results. There are labs who will probably process it, but understandably it is likely to take longer than common formats and C41 film, and anyway I quite enjoy the experience of going back to processing the film myself (though scanning, digital processing and inkjet printing is far more rewarding than I ever found darkroom printing, though I need to be quite aggressive on contrast and sharpening and nose reduction!).
I revived an old 127 camera from 1950s. Film worked really well (see examples).
After using expired 127 for ages, and being disappointed with the results, HP400 is a breath of fresh air. Finally I can use my 127 camera collection and get the best out of them. Being cut down HP5, you know you're going to get great results. I need to order some more....
Super happy to finally get my hands on a 127 film stock for my old Kodak camera, and to be made from HP5 made this an absolute winner.