Fomapan 100 4x5 is a fantastic emulsion for large format experimentation. Your photos will have high resolution, very fine grain, and the timeless black and white look.
Rated at ISO 100 it is perfect for capturing good detail in sunlight and bright conditions.
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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!
Images (c) Nigel - taken on 35mm Fomapan 100.
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Great film for longer exposures on indoor architecture. Very fine grain with lots of detail captured. For its price is a great starter film with a very simple development process behind it.
For the price of film and sheet film especially there's nothing you can complain about with Foma 100. It does have some grain, perhaps more than it's more expensive contemporaries but it is very fine and doesn't detract from the image, it has great latitude and doesn't require any effort to manipulate in the darkroom or computer.
It's great for those new to large format as well as those who experienced with sheet film. Be warned though, the box is the same as used for darkroom paper and isn't the double lid kind that Ilford use - it's still a great film, just don't open the box outside of a changing bag.
I have used Fomapan 100 in 5x4 format for some years now. It is a good all round film with fine grain and a decent tonal range, especially when processed in 510 Pyro. The film offers excellent value for money and is ideal when starting out in large format photography. Only two small criticisms, firstly the emulsion is fairly soft and marks easily, so care is needed when wet and secondly reciprocity failure with long exposures is quite dramatic.
Unfortunately, AW don't have this stock in 9x12cm, so I had to keave a review on the nearest size.
Very good quality when you use Ilfosol 3 at 1+9 dilution. Doesn't work so well in Ilfotec DD-X.
As I've said before, I use the 9x12cm size, which Analogue Wonderland don't stock, but nonetheless it's still large format, right?
Ilfosol 3 is a good developer, tack sharp negatives!
These 6 negatives came out fab!