JCH StreetPan 400 - 120 Film

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Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
N.F. (Bradford, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Street Photography, Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: Nigel Folds

This is my first time using this film - it certainly won't be my last. The high contrast makes for exciting and compelling images, while detail and sharpness is retained. The two shots here were taken on a bright sunny day. It will be interesting to see the results in other lighting, and in more urban subject matter - portraits too. the scans shown are without any post-processing. I am really looking forward to working some more with this film.

J.C. (Northampton, GB)
Accreditation Handles: Jack Crofts
Quite expensive for what it is..

Its a fine film but I don't think it's worth the asking price. I think you could get the same look with Rollei 400s but pushing the development time.

John F. (Earby, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: John Fontana
Fine grained, contrasty, and needs care with exposure

Although marketed for high contrast at its box speed of 400, I opted to pull it to ASA200, developing the film in Ilford DD-X, dilution 1:4 for six minutes at 20 deg C, agitation 10 secs/minute. The camera was a hand held Mamiya 1000S.I figured I could post process it to higher contrast if I wished, and I wanted to see what the potential tonal range was.
Exposure was by multi spot metering on a bright sunny day, just to make for a challenge!
The negs were converted to digital files with a Canon macro lens and converted to positives using Grain2Pixel software.
The images are quite contrasty with deep blacks, but generally seemed to hold highlights well. In the conditions, there was a minimal amount of clipping on most images both in highlights and shadows - it was a very bright day!
Grain is little in evidence and the film is quite sharp. There was a certain amount of curl on the film but not excessive, and the film base is clear.
In conclusion, where high contrast images are sought, this film works well. I could see it as a choice for landscape and architecture when a darker, moodier feel to the images is sought. It is fussy about exposure

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Maksvelas (Vilnius, LT)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder

I like the results I got from this film. Huge contrast and grain, which I expected.

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