Kentmere 400 Film 35mm B&W - 24 exp
Our Price: £3.80 GBP100193
A great starter-film for people trying 35mm film photography for the first time. The soft backing allows for easy scanning, the images will have medium contrast and fine grain, and its mid-speed rating means it can be used in a variety of lighting situations.
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Kentmere was a small black-and-white film manufacturer based in the Lake District for many years. It was acquired by Ilford's parent company in 2007, who consolidated production in their Mobberley plant. The brand exists as a more-affordable alternative to Ilford, with the same quality and consistency of production but with savings made in the emulsion chemicals.
For more information about the brand check out our bio of Kentmere
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Where we ship
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 Kentmere 400 Film 35mm B&W ISO 400 today and dive back into the fun of 35mm film photography!
Although this film is good value, it has very low contrast. However, developed in Rodinal it is acceptable. Good film for general purpose, or for students and newcomers to film developing.
I chose to push this film to 1600 because I like the contrast and grain that comes with pushing, however, I chose this pushed film to be my first to develop. I think the results would have been better if developed by a professional lab but I’m still pleased with some of the photos.
I am quite new to film photography and found this film to be very forgiving, no issues developing in stock ID-11 and the negatives scan really well. Shot on a Canon EOS 300v at 400 ISO.
You can push this all the way to 3200 if you like dark blacks! I recently took two rolls to 3200 and home developed in LC29 for 25 mins and loveliness emerged! Of course it's all subjective but I like it and shall definitely continue to shoot it for a long while yet!