Bergger Pancro 400 - 35mm Film

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Customer Reviews

Based on 63 reviews
Chris B. (Hunstanton, GB)
Perfect for: Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: @chrismojo
Bergger off..?

It's a grainy film, community members say. Like, is the Pope Catholic..? Do bears do whatever they do in the woods..?

Now bear with me but these were shot in pretty even, subdued light, so you'd hope for a bit of contrast.

Oh, go on then - I'll have a bit of tone on my Bergger too.

Scans came back a bit flat. And when I gave my Bergger and extra flip it turned out like, um, pretty noisy.

I've included a couple of before and afters to show what I mean.

And this was with minimal tinkering, as in a tiny bump to the DR and clarity.

Too much grain for my taste here.

It's not quite Bergger off. But not a film I'd choose for this kind of bread and butter stuff in future.

Martin C. (Dunbar, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Travel
Accreditation Handles:
Bergger Pancro

Had this in my film cupboard for ages and never got round to shooting it but when I did I was very pleasantly surprised by the results. Loved the tonal range. There is noticeable grain but nothing excessive. Really happy with how the shots came out and will definitely be buying more in the future!

Lesley O. (Stirling, GB)
Perfect for: Street Photography, Architecture
Accreditation Handles: Instagram @memorydrum

Pancro 400 was only my second film using an old Practika nova 1, after more than 20 years of digital-only photography. This is a grainy film (which I knew) and worked well when I got the exposure right. I was keen to try it out on a trip to Tbilisi and some of the shots look as if they could have been taken back in the era of Brutalist architecture. I should have tried some portraits...! Still finding my way with film but enjoying the journey!

Simon D. (Wakefield, GB)
Perfect for: Street Photography
Accreditation Handles: @thirty5mill_uk
Good for street

First time using this film and decided to try it on some street photography as I expected it to be quite grungy. It is far grainier than any other 400 speed film I've used before, but great value. Developed for 10:30 in Ilford DD-X 1+4.

P.K. (Wallasey, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel
For those who like grainy

As many have pointed out, this one is for the fans of grainy black-and-white pictures. Because of such heavy grain look, it has this attractive "dirty" underground look, which is quite exciting to experiment with.

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