KIKI PAN 320 is a traditional B&W film - created by our friends CameraFilmPhoto in Hong Kong. The name's inspiration comes from their company cat: Kiki!
Kiki Pan 320 is a negative made in Germany, with all the (excellent!) cat-themed packaging designed in HK. It is a brand-new roll film and can be processed by most of the standard B&W developers - either at home or with the WonderLab
The sample photos show a wonderful character: with strong grain and contrast to provide a fantastic atmosphere in your images.
Plus... it's a cat!! This is definitely a package and a canister that you'll want to keep after shooting 😸
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First impression - lots of grain. This isn't a bad thing.
This is my first roll. Will it be my last? No. I think I'd like to run this through a more modern SLR to see how it behaves. Whilst I'd like a little more contrast, the shots I managed to get where pleasing (at least to me) I am used to HP5. The pain from this roll? Spotting the camera needs a service - light leaks really present.
The box, cute as a button. As is the canister. Not that it matters in reality, but the details are nice when you're shelling out for film.
Came in a mystery box. Lacks contrast in some situations but can be adjusted easily in post. Very grainy. Sharp and has a grit to it and would be best used for industrial/street photography. Cheaper (and technically better) alternatives around but if you want to try something different and have a nice, cute packaging to put on your mantle..could do worse!
Very grainy and ash grey. I liked how the pictures turn out. With such grain, it makes your pictures look like out of past (which is what I want from my films, to look both modern and out of time). For the best effect shoot outside.
I thought it was quite atmospheric & grainy black-and-white film. The examples the websites showcases you, pretty much sets up what you should expect from the film. Since I shot it in 400 iso and the film is 320, it was still pretty good. For the next time, I'm gonna push it in development.