Fomapan 400 - 120 film - RETRO packaging!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
andrew c. (Manchester, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Pinhole/Long-Exposure, Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: Shandy
Dependable stock

I've used a few rolls of Foma now and always been happy with it. For the price, it's a good, dependable product.

nathan (Exeter, GB)
Perfect for: Beginners, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Travel
Accreditation Handles: @shots_by_buddha
Great budget film

Ive used fomapan 400 a few times now in both 35mm and 120 and always pleased with the results.
would definitely recommend this film for its low price which is very good for beginners because you don't get your heart ripped out for wasting an expensive role on your first few attempts in the analogue world.

Nigel S. (Leek, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Street Photography, Creative/Abstract
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Cheap 'n cheerful

A traditional film, in most situations giving a good balance of grain, contrast and latitude even if devved in a wholly unsuitable soup like Rodinol because thats all I had on the shelf at the time! If I'd have had ID11 or LC29 either of those chemistries would have given me less grain and probably a little more detail in the mid tones. Even so, the inherent characteristic of good latitude to over/underexposure from frame to frame means I can get away with using 60 year old cameras and a selenium light meter and not be too fussy about the accuracy of camera settings. The only downside in comparison to the much more expensive major brand films out there is that it appears to be less 'panchromatic' in responding to blue light and certainly HP5 with the mid-yellow filter I use would have given a more pronounced contrast in the sky in the scene of the Bowlers in the local Park. What I should also mention is that Foma Bohemia Ltd are incredibly chelpful and very supportive when one does have a problem with one of their films. I recently encountered a problem with Foma 200 (black spots showing all over the film) which the factory resolved for me and as a gesture of goodwill sent me not only replacement stock but also some other films for me to try out!

Harry (Fleet, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners
Cheap and cheerful

Big ol' grain on this one- either love it or hate it. Not sure of my feelings, by given the price, especially shooting 120, it's a fantastic deal.

Joseph T. (Cambridge, GB)
Nice gift packaging

This is identical to the other FOMA 400, but with a special packaging that is super nice for gifts.

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