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FPP Basic B&W - 620 Film

Our Price: £13.50 GBP



A fantastic B&W film from the FPP, rolled specially for use in 620 box cameras like the legendary Box Brownie. So if you have a box camera on the shelf as an analogue ornament, now is the time to get it back in action!

Good contrast, strong tones and detail - this black and white film will let you bring the 1930s roaring back to life.


Format: 620
Colour: B&W
Type: Negative
ISO: 100
Exposures: 16
Pack size: 1


To understand more about the details above you can check out our film guide or if you want some inspiration then head over to our page on choosing your next film. And if you want the full details about the film, including technical information, read about FPP Basic B&W over on EMULSIVE.


FPP is short-hand for the Film Photography Project: a US-based collection of projects headed up by the charismatic Mike Raso. They are most famous within the global film community for their podcast (entering it's 10th year in existence) as well as the associated School Camera Donation Program whereby donations are sought and sorted to bring analogue photography back into high schools and colleges all over the country. Not only that but Mike also runs the FPP store which sells a multitude of analogue film products all over the US and hand-rolls a fantastic selection of unique films. We are honoured to bring some of those films to the European market and hope you enjoy shooting them as much as Mike has making them!


Where we ship

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 FPP Basic B&W 620 Film ISO 100 today and dive back into the fun of 620 film photography!

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Travel
Black and White Wonderland

Having used my Six-20 Popular Brownie for the first time, I was really worried about what to expect. When the results were in, I was over the moon! An early 1940’s camera with the perfect film to recreate those bygone and retro style shots. I’m completely in ore of the quality of this film and I have no doubts where I’m going to order some more. Thank you analogue wonderland for letting me take a step back in time.

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My First Try

It's been way too many years since I did any film photography and then it was only ever 35mm. But for sentimental reasons I recently purchased a vintage medium format camera and tentatively used this film. Due to my old man's eyesight, I managed to waste some frames as I couldn't read through the red indicator windows properly, but despite this I was so pleased with the results I did get. The film is very forgiving and without the need to re-roll, its gets 10/10 for ease of use. If you haven't tried 620 shooting before, I definitely recommend trying this first, however I have ordered some 120 for next time, so wish me luck.

Perfect for: Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography
Breath new life into that old box brownie

If like me you have an old box brownie camera sitting around on a shelf at home gathering dust, I would recommend buying a couple of rolls of this re-spooled Kodak T-Max 100. I found it to be very forgiving of my ineptitude with the brownie, producing some reasonable shots at the first time of asking.
The only down side being that with the 6x9 format I ran out of film just as I was beginning to get into my swing.

Perfect for: Portraits
Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
Accreditation Handles: Jean-Paul
As soon as possible ...

Let me first of all congratulate you on the speed of your sending and the quality of the packaging of the films. These films are intended for the realization of portraits, in particular during a big family celebration (where the "same" portraits will be produced with 620, 120, 24x36 and digital). But restrictions linked to the pandemic are delaying the project.
The device used, for the 620, will be a Kinax III ... in perfect condition.

Good film but missed number 1

I wanted to try out a camera I had been given and ordered the film. I slowly rolled through and missed the number 1 picture as to me it didn't look like number 1 enough. I also missed half of the number 8 as I was a bit distracted. I haven't developed it yet but hope it should come out ok