Kentmere Pan 400 is a great starter-film for people trying 35mm film photography for the first time. For this reason it is often known as a 'student' film!
The soft backing allows for easy scanning, the images will have medium contrast and fine grain, and Kentmere 400's mid-speed rating means it can be used in a variety of lighting situations.
- ISO 400 for low light and action shots
- Decent grain and sharpness for a wonderful introduction to B&W film
- Wide exposure latitude for easy shooting in different lighting conditions
- Affordable price for students and beginners
- Learn the art of film photography with a reliable and affordable film
- Capture timeless images with a classic black and white look
- Experiment with different shooting techniques and lighting conditions to find your own style
- An easy film for taking the next steps in analogue adventures, learning how to develop your own film and make your own prints
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Kentmere 400 has a great latitude with a fine grain a nice contrast and overall a lovely pleasing aesthetic. Great for portrait, landscape, street photography with a perfect speed for those low light winter days.
A little grainy but really nice especially for the price. Forgiving and affordable for beginners (like me!!!)
as a 3rd year student I rely so heavily on this product. along with a few others for final takes, this film is so easy to work with
I know some pople look down on this film, personally I love it, I think it performs absolutly fine in a whole range of enviroments and lighting, its not what you got its what you do with it, if your just starting out in B&W film, looking to test a camera, or develop your skills or a sesasoned photographer and dont mind a bit of grain. just orderd 3 more rolls so I dont run out. Samples taken on a Canon AT-1 and developed in Ilfasol 3
never fails to impress me how good this budget film is. cheap as chips as well. its more than good enough for day to day snapage. and making some pretty darn good print from. Go on now , have a go with it.