AgfaPhoto APX Film 35mm B&W ISO 400
Our Price: £5.00 GBP100080
Rated ISO 400 but with the potential to be pushed to 1600 without a significant drop in quality, this 35mm black and white film is perfect for low-light conditions, creative imagery, and fast-moving (sports and children!) photography
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AgfaPhoto is the film photography spin-off of the much-bigger German corporation Agfa-Gevaert. It's film heritage stretches back to 1964 when it began producing B&W films aimed at the consumer market but was set up as a separate organisation in 2004 to allow the parent company to focus on other industries. Much smaller now than it's heyday in the 80s and 90s, Agfa is known for film that is affordable and reliable - and had a passionate following in Poundland until recently.
For more information about the brand check out our bio of AgfaPhoto
All sample photos (c) Dennis Skley
Where we ship
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 AgfaPhoto APX Film 35mm B&W ISO 400 today and dive back into the fun of 35mm film photography!
First time I've used this purely out of curiosity. I shot it at box speed on my Olympus OM2N Good price. Good smooth tonal graduation. Slightly more grain and less contrast than what I am used to but I like it. It's sharp and crisp. I dont do my own developing so cant help there but I do make my own prints and it may be worth noting the image here has undergone some dodging and burning.
I bought this film to try during my walks around our local woods. Pushed it to ISO800 as it was quite shady under the canopy. and I'm really pleased with the results. I was expecting it to be much grainer than it turned out to be. Home developed in Cinestill's DF96 Monobath (29*C with intermittent agitation). Scanned on an Epson V800 and then a small amount of editing in LR. Definitely worth trying out and it won't break the bank while you're doing it.
for the price it's a very good allrounder , think of it as a slightly less versatile but lower contrast hp5. Results were a little high grain in places however
Was bought in order to test black and white films I hadn’t used before and to start home developing. I was surprised by how good the film is for the price. It has a fine grain with a good range of tone although it seems to lean towards overall darker images. Works well for a variety of situations and lighting. These were developed at home with Ilfosol3 at 1+9 dilution and scanned on an Epson V370 and I was impressed with how well my images came out. Definitely a brilliant alternative to more expensive films such as Tmax or Tri-x