FPP Tasma NK-2 - 35mm Film

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Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Richard V. (Glossop, GB)
Accreditation Handles: Richard V.
A decent film

I found NK-2 to be a somewhat contrast-y film, which can work well for the right subject, but consequently it's not one of the easier films I've worked with (it didn't handle over/underexposure quite as well as other films I've tried). A decent film, but not a favourite of mine.

jim m. (Slough, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Travel
Accreditation Handles: jimmakinson
Lovely film

First time I have used this film and really pleased with the results .
Excellent contrast and not to much grain . Will be using this film again .

George-N. A.K. (Amman, JO)
Perfect for: Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel, Studio work
I could've done loads more with this roll.

FPP put so much love into each of their products they seem to give off the same preciousness as a set of fine china boomers refuse to use, but unlike them I'll take film I'll likely never use again and just throw it anywhere.
As seen in my sample shot, I used it at my buddy's Christmas dinner some 3 months ago, and wiped through that roll in a single night. I then developed it in some Tetenal Ultrafin+ and used the power of guesstimation to develop it, not only yielding every shot but there wasn't any overexposing or light piping.
I bought this roll in AW's Mystery Box, having yet to use the other rolls from it (Dubblefilm Treat, Ilford Ortho+), but I got a good deal out of it either way.
(The scanning is not a final product, just the best I got for now)

Toby W. (Coventry, GB)
Perfect for: Street Photography, Architecture
Accreditation Handles: @tobywardphoto (instagram)
Amazing when you get it right, but a bit of a fiddle to set up

I adore this film - I love a heavy contrast in black and white and this absolutely delivers on that. I didn't have too much issue shooting ISO 100 either and it seems to have a decent exposure latitude. I couldn't recommend it for beginners however; the description really is honest about the light piping. I didn't experience it noticeably on any of my shots, I *did* see it on the edges of some of the negatives after development shown below. That's despite keeping the film in dark locations as much as possible and loading in a changing bag, so I would say doing that is a must if you're going to use this film. It's one that requires planning and preparation rather than just popping a reel in quick and getting on with it.

Nico (Southwark, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture
Accreditation Handles: @thatonenico
Punchy contrast, slightly flimsy!

Really cool and unusual film, there was a fair bit of messaging about being careful around light piping (alas, I think I ended up getting some), but I'm really happy with how it turned out! Grain had a nice characteristic, even on half frame, and it overwhelmingly had a punchy contrast if that's your sort of thing!

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