Fomapan 200 - 120 Film - RETRO packaging!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Henrietta U. (Crawley, GB)
Perfect for: Street Photography, Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: @chewyfilmphotography
Good for long exposure

Good beginner film

Molly E. (Birmingham, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Portraits, Studio work
Accreditation Handles: @edwsphotos on instagram
Used to make my photo series and the results shocked me!

I used this film to just get some ideas on my photo series I was creating on ADHD, after a first attempt the pictures were already perfect. overjoyed by the whole experience with the film in the studio and another great purchase from analogue wonderland. below are a few of the images.

G.G. (Berkhamsted, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Landscapes
First roll of 120

This was my first roll of 120 film that I experimented with. The results turned out gorgeous (and a little blurry) and I love them. So excited to try even more

Bis K. (London, GB)
Perfect for: Beginners, Landscapes
Accreditation Handles: @biskhan
Really great tones

Really fantastic & reliable film - I used in the light and in shade in a sunny day and the photographs came out great. I’m an absolute novice. Photos were taken on a 1920s box brownie.

skida (Blyth, GB)
Perfect for: Beginners
Accreditation Handles: The Olduns Shot
Bad Batch?

I have had some good results from this emulsion on 35mm so I bought some in 120 to try out an Ensign Selfix 645 camera I was given. The results showed sharpness and good contrast and tones. They also showed artifacts which I thought was dust on the negs. Then I realised that dust shows as white when scanned and these little marks were black, meaning small eliptical spots where the negative was blank. I checked the film path in the old camera but everything was spotless. Subsequent research led me to other photographers experiencing the same phenomenon, with some mentioning a known about problem with a certain batch of 120 film. I probably won't use this film again, but mainly because it curls like a spring, making scanning a pain.

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