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CatLABS X80 Film 120 Schwarzweiß ISO 80

Our Price: £7.00 GBP



CatLABS X FILM 80 ist ein feinkörniger film mit langsamer Geschwindigkeit und hohem Silbergehalt, der speziell für eine Vielzahl von Aufnahmebedingungen entwickelt wurde. Beachten Sie jedoch, dass die Sichtbarkeit der Körnung mit der verwendeten ISO wahrscheinlich zunimmt!

Ähnlich wie Kodak berühmten ‚Panatomic-X‘, CatLABS X FILM 80 ist ein besonderer Leckerbissen für Schwarz-Weiß - Mittelformat - film Schützen.

Bewerten Sie es bei 50 ISO, wenn Sie in Studio-Situationen aufnehmen, wenn Sie nach feinkörnigem Material suchen. Es kann jedoch auf bis zu 800 ISO verschoben werden und liefert dennoch hervorragende Ergebnisse.

Viel Spaß beim Erkunden des Belichtungsbereichs und teilen Sie uns Ihre Ergebnisse und Erfahrungen mit! Auch erhältlich inGroßformat 4x5 hierre


Format: 120
Farbe: B & amp; W.
Art: Negativ
ISO: 80
Expositionen: 12
Paket Größe: 1


Beispielbild c) @ RyanMichaelKemp 

Wohin wir versenden

Wenn Sie Ihre Kamera film von uns kaufen , können wir es in Großbritannien, Europa, USA, Neuseeland, Australien und Kanada weiteren Ländern geplant bald versandt! So kaufen Sie Ihre CatLABS X80 Film heute und tauchen wieder in den Spaß von 120 film - Fotografie!y!

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Perfect for: Portraits, Landscapes, Pinhole/Long-Exposure, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Studio work
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Accreditation Handles: @rolleicorder82
Cool for Cats

This was a random pick from the shelves while browsing in the bookshop at the Photographers Gallery in London (which also sells film, photo pickers). In the spirit of, "oh I haven't tried that before, I'll give it a go" I added a few rolls to my bag. Some I shot in Glasgow, on a day when the weather threw everything at me (typical West of Scotland weather!) and some I used during a favourite walk round a pond in my local woods.
The tonality feels very different from many modern films (and I've used a lot of different films since I started taking pictures in the early 80s)-I'd describe it as smoother, richer, as having more depth. You could describe it as that old school thick emulsion look-if you used emulsions like Panatomic -X or Verichrome Pan then you'll love this one. For my initial experiments, I've been developing it in ID-11 1+1, but I really trying it with tanning and staining developers like PMK Pyro, Moersch Finol and Pyrocat HD. Verichrome Pan in PMK was a big favourite of mine , so a slower fine grain emulsion like Catlabs should be an excellent match. Oh, and I've had no backing paper issues with any of the dozen or so rolls I've shot-overall I would definitely use this film again, especially if I can get my hands on a few boxes of 5x4! Just pick a sunny day or take a tripod though as it's ISO 80 not my usual 400.

Perfect for: Great All-Rounder
A Familiar Film In A New Guise

As has already been remarked, this film is Shanghai GP3. It’s a traditional, medium speed film that I’ve always found to be pleasant and predictable to use. I haven’t shot it for a while because it went through a phase of poor quality control - the ink from the dots on the backing paper left marks on the emulsion.

These problems seem to be in the past and I enjoyed using it. If you like traditional emulsions I can recommend it.

Rewrapped Shanghai GP3

Or at least the little piece of the sticky tape on the end says so. AW does not carry GP3, so I guess a good source if you want to try it? Shanghai is good film.