Rera Pan Chrome 127 Film Colour Slide ISO 100
Our Price: £15.00 GBP100253
Rera Pan Chrome is the only colour slide film available on the market in 127 format! Perfect for resurrecting your most vintage cameras and bringing them out of hibernation. The film delivers vivid colours, strong contrast and beautifully timeless tones.
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 Chrome 127 Film Colour Slide ISO 100 today and dive back into the fun of 127 film photography!
127 format film is difficult to come by, so this is very welcome and I've been giving it a try. Of course finding anyone who processes 127 in E6 is even more difficult. I have to admit to being rather disappointed with the results so far - very grainy and contrasty. I've used 2 different labs, both of which normally do an excellent job on C41 process film, 127 and other formats. C41 film in 127 is only available at present I think (15 February 2020) from specialists who cut down and respool 120 film. So I'm glad this Rerachrome film is available, but, based on my experience, don't expect too much in the way of results. HP400 is my preferred 127 mono film, and I'm very pleased with that (I process it myself in Perceptol). I have just obtained a Camerahack FCK 127, so my next task is to use it to cut down some 120 C41 film (Fuji 400)!
Haven't been able to get out to use the film yet but I will start taking photos after Covid-19 dies down... or I could do a series of still life studies around the house...