Ilford Pan F Plus - 35mm Film

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Customer Reviews

Based on 60 reviews
Jim W. (Sunderland, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits
Accreditation Handles: @f8_club_
Ilford panf 50

Used this for a series of portraits to get a real low grain high detail result. Needs good light due to the low iso and NEEDS DEVELOPING QUICKLY AFTER SHOOTING

E.T. (Manchester, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Street Photography, Pinhole/Long-Exposure, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel
Accreditation Handles: instagram: @Ellisthooooomas
Lovely tones, potentially a new favourite bnw stock

Developed in pyro 510, digitized at home with full frame camera. I found the 50 ISO a bit limiting, but with fast lenses it is still quite versatile. Grain is low but what is there is pleasing. The contrast and overall rendering of this film is really nice IMO.

Keith S. (Wisbech, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Studio work
Accreditation Handles: Keith "Tank" Sharples
A really great film!

Pan F is often thought of as too slow for general photography, but on a nice bright summer's day this 50 iso film is just perfect, and gives some lovely images. Don't be put off thinking you'll need a tripod, and I hope my latest images show that that's not the case when shooting it on a bright sunny day.

Kris L. (Stevenage, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits, Landscapes, Pinhole/Long-Exposure, Architecture, Travel
Accreditation Handles: @lamerlad on IG
Very fine grain film for when you need that sharpness.

Having spent many years using the long-lamented Kodachrome 64, ISO 50 doesn't seem that slow for me, but it is slow compared to many BW emulsions out there especially if Tri-X or HP5+ are your usual go to films. In good light (and it was painfully bright for the first half of my latest roll), handholding is fine and the results super. If you want to play with using a narrow depth of field, the slow ISO also helps keep shutter speeds within normal limits. It isn't an "experimental" film, it is very predictable with known characteristics, but as such it is highly recommended when you need consistent, high quality, fine grained negs.

S.C. (Bethnal Green, GB)
Don't know what went wrong!

Maybe I was using it incorrectly, or the film may have been exposed? But all my pictures came out really badly, when taken inside, outside, in bright and dim light. Equally perhaps they need editing, but haven't encountered issues like this before!

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