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Silberra Ultima 160 - Pellicola 35mm

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100214

Descrizione

Derivato dalla stessa base di Ultima 200, ma con un controllo dei dettagli più rigoroso e una ISO 160, questa film ha strati anti-arricciatura e base in plastica sottile per una facile scansione. Condivide le caratteristiche del vicino IR in condizioni di scarsa illuminazione che dovrebbero renderlo un fantastico film paesaggi.

 

Specifica

Formato: 35 mm
Colore: B & amp; W
Genere: Negativo
ISO: 160
Esposizioni: 36
Dimensioni confezione: 1

 

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Silberra è stata costituita nel febbraio 2017 come ramo di una società russa che distribuisce Ilford e Foma in tutto il paese, oltre a gestire uno dei migliori negozi di fotografia film della Russia. Da quando hanno iniziato il viaggio per creare il proprio marchio di film in collaborazione con una fabbrica locale Micron hanno lavorato instancabilmente per superare i vari ostacoli e problemi nel perseguimento del loro obiettivo: realizzare una nuova serie di film da zero che fornirà risultati eccezionali a fotografi film tutto il mondo.d.

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Dove spediamo

Quando acquisti la tua film fotografica da noi, possiamo spedirla in tutto il Regno Unito, Europa, Stati Uniti, Nuova Zelanda, Australia e Canada, altri paesi in programma a breve! Quindi acquista oggi la tua pellicola Silberra Ultima 160 35mm B&W ISO 160 e tuffati nel divertimento della fotografia su film 35mm!y!

Customer Reviews

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J
J.H.
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Studio work
Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
Accreditation Handles: Joe Horner
Tricky to handle but worth the effort!

First things first, this film is on a THIN base. We're talking Rizla thin and that makes it a little tricky to handle!

Not only that, the roll I had was about 8 full frames over-length so wouldn't physically fit in a Patterson reel! Hardly a problem getting all that extra but it would have been nice to know ahead of time - if I'd known I wouldn't have put it in the EOS that rewinds after 36 frames regardless :D

There were no published dev times for any of the developers I have in stock, so I took a punt at Rodibnal 1+25 for 7 mins 20 sec based on the Massive Dev Chart figures for Silberra 100 and 200. Seems to have been about right. The film dries amazingly flat, and scans nicely.

There's nice contrast, a good range of tones, and it's very very sharp! The attached scans were done at 1600dpi for speed, minimal post (slight levels tweak on a couple of frames where I mis-metered). There's plenty of detail left on the film for higher res if wanted.

Definitely one I'll be buying more of, just a shame they don't do it in medium format!

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J.
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Portraits, Street Photography, Travel
Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
Accreditation Handles: https://www.jamieworsfoldphotography.co.uk/
Nice tones.

I was pleasantly surprised with this film. It has lovely tones - particularly for detail shots. Has some good detail in the shadows. Grain is nice too.

C
C.J.
Perfect for: Portraits
loving the contrast on this

I shot this as my first return to black and white film, definitely impressed with the results from an outside shoot with fill flash

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N.C.
Perfect for: Street Photography
Underwhelming

I found this film pretty underwhelming overall, it lacked the contrast I was expecting and was a total nightmare to load onto a spool when developing. I wouldn't recommend it over any of the Ilford stock for the price.

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C.M.
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Architecture
Nice, but...

I really liked the look of this film developed semistand in HC-110 1:160 for 45 mins - see sample image. My only problem is that I found it very difficult to load onto the plastic developing reels I normally use. After a while I gave up and dug out an old lasagna reel, which (barring the inevitable spots) worked fine.

I will be using this film again; it has the kind of tonal qualities I normally only see in much slower, high-contrast films.