Rollei RPX 400 - Pellicola 35mm
Our Price: £5.50 GBP100163
La più flessibile delle popolari emulsioni RPX in bianco e nero, questa film 35 mm ISO 400 è famosa per i suoi toni ricchi e i dettagli delle ombre: le tue immagini in qualsiasi situazione di illuminazione appariranno straordinariamente nitide e chiare.
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Come azienda, Rollei è famosa soprattutto per le sue fotocamere, in particolare l'iconica doppia lente Rolleiflex, ma questa azienda tedesca fondata nel 1920 ha anche una lunga storia nella realizzazione di film in bianco e nero. Sfortunatamente la casa madre non è sopravvissuta alla rivoluzione digitale degli anni '90 / 2000, ma il marchio sopravvive oggi su licenza di AgfaPhoto, che continua a supportare le emulsioni vecchie e nuove.
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First time shooting this film and absolutely love it. I will be ordering more of this and use it for all occasions.
Having been shooting HP5 quite a bit recently, I can say this has much finer grain, and slightly more contrast and has some lovely tones. All example photos are with no adjustments.
Shot on Contax 167mt with Zeiss 50mm f1.7. Developed in Ilford DD-X 1:4 and scanned on Epson 4180 flatbed.
Highly recommend this film and drys nice and flat too!
Responsive when shooting indoors & has a real classic black & white richness, pretty smooth grain. Try a roll instead of an Ilford for a change.
Having stuck mainly to Fomapan and Kentmere since my first amateur forays into film photography I thought I'd try and be a little more adventurous and stray beyond my usual tried and tested. Having used other reviewers to guide me I settled on trying a roll of Rollei RPX400.
I chose a sunny day and armed with a Zenit 11 (also getting its first airing after an ebay purchase) I headed to the iconic Giants Causeway. The images achieved exceeded my own expectations! I love the results and these are some of my favourite shots to date. (see pics included) I'll definitely be using again in other cameras and look forward to seeing future results.
Whenever I pull RPX from the spool I immediately shed a single tear, for the film is quite possibly the flattest I’ve ever seen straight from the tank. Even HP5, which dries flat, has a slight curl when pulled off the reel. For that alone, I’m ready to applaud.
Exposure latitude is quite good, even besting perennial performers HP5 and Tri-X. With those more popular films I’ve had nothing but success when over-exposing between 100 and 320. RPX 400 matched those by producing excellent results anywhere from 200 to 400. But there is a downside; RPX develops a bit flat, even when using a high-contrast developer like HC-110. While midtones are wonderful, things are generally pretty grey, and this lack of contrast is probably RPX’s biggest weakness (for those who want that punch).
Despite my attempt to give this film a fair shot with a sharp developer (HC-110), my results remained a bit soft across all exposure indices. Of course, sharpness doesn’t mean much at all, but if you’re after that bite you’ll want to look elsewhere.
It took me a while but I finally got around to trying some RPX400. From the first roll I could tell it would become a firm favourite of mine.
The tones are what stand out to me the most - rich, inky blacks with highlights that keep details very respectably. It's certainly unique and difficult to get close elsewhere. It's an excellent look for most photo situations. I have not tried it with portraits as yet but I think it would shine very well and look extremely good (though care must be taken to make sure the deep contrast doesn't exaggerate any wrinkles which I suspect could happen if one doesn't keep an eye on the lighting).
Overall image quality is excellent, smooth, and grain is well controlled and non-obtrusive. It has a more modern look to my eyes rather than a traditional look.
I've used at ISO400 (box speed) perhaps occasionally erring on the side of slight over exposure and i've been quite happy with the results and detail in the negatives. So far all my RPX400 has been developed in HC110 including the sample picture here.
I have not tried pushing the film yet but it's on my to-do list. It already has nice contrast at box speed and pushing would likely increase that a bit so it would be an interesting experiment to try. Of course I've seen very successful pushing results online and have no reason to doubt that it's a good pusher also, but you can never tell these things for definite until you try them yourself.
The price I feel is very fair and about what it should be.
I'd definitely recommend this film. I tend to use different films depending on the situation but it's slowly working it's way into my camera bag more often. Very glad that I gave it a try.