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Película de diapositivas FPP Retrochrome 35 mm Color ISO 400

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Descripción

Estamos encantados de ofrecer esta film. La film diapositivas de alta velocidad es excepcionalmente rara y este papel caducado de Eastman Ectachrome de 35 mm se ha mantenido en una forma increíble gracias al almacenamiento en 'congelación'. Los fotógrafos disfrutarán de poder llevarlo a situaciones de iluminación que las películas de diapositivas de hoy no podrían manejar, así como el tinte rojizo vintage que le dará a sus fotografías un acabado envidiablemente único.

Especificación

Formato: 35 mm
Color: Color
Tipo: Diapositiva
YO ASI: 400
Exposiciones: 36
Tamaño del paquete: 1

 

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FPP es la abreviatura de Film Photography Project: una colección de proyectos con sede en EE. UU. Encabezada por el carismático Mike Raso. Son más famosos dentro de la comunidad film mundial por su podcast que ingresa en su décimo año de existencia, así como por el Programa de donación de cámaras escolares asociado, mediante el cual se buscan y clasifican donaciones para llevar la fotografía analógica de regreso a las escuelas secundarias y universidades de todo el país. No solo eso, Mike también dirige la tienda FPP, que vende una multitud de productos de film analógicas en todo Estados Unidos y lanza a mano una fantástica selección de películas únicas. Nos sentimos honrados de traer algunas de esas películas al mercado europeo y esperamos que disfrutes filmarlas tanto como Mike las ha hecho.m!

 

Donde enviamos

Cuando nos compre la film de su cámara, podemos enviarla a todo el Reino Unido, Europa, EE. UU., Nueva Zelanda, Australia y Canadá, ¡más países planeados pronto! Así que compre su película de diapositivas FPP Retrochrome 35mm Color ISO 400 hoy y sumérjase en la diversión de la fotografía de film de 35 mm.y!

Customer Reviews

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M.
Perfect for: Beginners
Retro

First time using this film 🎞 used it in a canonAF35m2
Quite like the dark Sini retro look but!!! Would like that reddish that comes through in other photographers photos next time.. I guess I’ll try it in my Minolta next time 🎞📷

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J.N.
Perfect for: Architecture, Creative/Abstract
Blues, Reds and Grain

Well to be honest it was pretty much what I was expecting, probably a bit better.
I read all the reviews here before starting, and found it to have slightly more exposure lattitude than described by others.
It really does love blues and reds, I found my whites very yellow and found it to prefer slight underexposure to over exposure.
I wish the grain was slighly less chunky and overbearing, as I actually love the vintage look this stock has.
That coupled with it's price mean it probably wont go into regular rotation, but for certain things, it really has a feel that nothing else has!

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F.u.
Perfect for: Landscapes, Creative/Abstract
Not what you'd hope, but worth a try still

I was hoping for a few more off-kilter images than I came out with, possibly down to my exposure or choice or subject. But easy to use nonetheless, and had me looking for different subjects to try out this different film with.

J
J.G.
Perfect for: Creative/Abstract
It is retro

Thought I would give this a go.
In part disappointed colours flat, soft and very grainy poor shadows.

But what are you to expect as it is a Retro film. If like me you are trying to capture that 1960/70s look and doing a retro shoot this does just that.

If you are just trying it out as a colour slide film you would be disappointed.

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J.C.
Perfect for: Street Photography, Creative/Abstract, Travel
Exactly What is Says on the Tin - A Brilliant Slide Film, But Something Different

Before I even begin my review, I have one piece of VERY important advice:

!!READ THE HISTORY OF THE FILM ON THE FPP WEBSITE!!

If you go into this expecting really crisp, clear results that are comparable to Ektachrome with a warm up filter then think again! This film was SHIPPED in 2004, as per the labels you can see on the box, it's a high speed slide film used for military research and is past its expiration date by a fare old whack.

The good news: it yields really great images when you have the above facts in mind. Yeah, it's grainy, yeah, its exposure latitude is slim, yeah, it has imperfections, and that's what you are paying for! I'm not a lover of grain, or Lomography style expired film and plastic lenses. But for this roll, I actually wanted some weirdness! I shot it in Milan's China Town district and central tourist district and it was GREAT. The only downside (and this is NOT the fault of FPP or anyone in particular). My Contax G2 is an electric winding camera, unlike my M6 or FE2, where you have a tactile experience when winding, the G2 got to the last exposure and ripped it off the core, meaning it hadn't rewound but just sat there in the chamber. I then opened the camera to remove the roll and discovered that it wasn't in the canister. I then began the arduous task or pulling the film out of the Contax and stuffing it into a black film canister inside my coat. I only lost one frame and had light-leaks on 3-4 frames. Luckily.

If this hadn't have happened it would be a 5 star rating. The film itself is great, was developed as standard in E6 chemistry. I will be buying more of it. At £13.50 a roll, it's a lot if you're looking for something perfect. It's more than reasonable if you know what to expect and are actively looking for something different and a little less than perfect.

4/5 stars, would take on a second date but would likely split the bill at the end.