Fomapan 200 is an excellent 35mm film that delivers great detail resolution even in difficult lighting conditions - its name 'FomaPan Creative' will become obvious as you can stress it in a variety of creative situations without complaint or loss of contrast.
**In celebration of their 100-year anniversary, Foma have released a limited run of their 35mm films in special edition packaging. It is inspired by the historical design of FOMAPAN films and is only available while stocks last! Simple select 'Anniversary' from the packaging drop-down 😍 **
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Foma traces its origins back to Prague in 1919. They have remained in the Czech Rupublic ever since, working throughout the past century on different films, papers and chemicals for use by medical schools and the military - as well as ordinary photographers in Eastern Europe. Their black and white films are the result of decades of expertise - you will not be disappointed!
For more information about the brand check out our bio of Foma.
Sample image (c) Jaroslav A. Polák
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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 Foma Creative Film 35mm B&W ISO 200 today and dive back into the fun of 35mm film photography!
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Fomapan 200 is my go to film. Suits my style. Stand development for 1 hour in Rodinal...excellent!!
Definatly a capable film I like the results with nice grain and the price makes it very attractive and I will be buying more toi play with. Photographed on a Canon AT-1 and developed in Ilfasol 3
I shoot with an LC-A and Fomapan 200 is always a good film to use, I tend to shoot black and white either side of summer when the light is still bright.
I never would have tried this on purpose but it came in a mystery box and now it's my absolute favourite.
The pictures look great and they're not lying about it's incredible exposure latitude without the need to push or pull. The attached images illustrate this. The steam train was shot with the camera set to ISO 200, but the interior of the carriage was at a higher ISO (somewhere between 400 and 800) and both look great to my eye.