New Classic EZ400 - 35mm Film
Our Price: £5.50 GBP100649
EZ400 is a new offering and the first from the 'New Classic' company co-owned by our friend Ribsy 😍
Their vision is to help create a more sustainable film photography practice, and EZ400 is the first step: packaging an existing emulsion in a more sustainable way that minimises plastic use. But this is just the start of their plans...so if you agree with their goals then please support the venture!
EZ400 is a panchromatic black and white negative film that delivers beautifully retro yet sharp images. When rated at box speed, EZ400 yields contrasty images that retain plenty of detail in the highlights, with lightly subdued shadows. Suitable for all light conditions, EZ400 is versatile and capable.
Please note that EZ400 doesn't have DX coding.
EZ400 has visible and charming film grain. Your images will never be mistaken for a digital image because of the film's natural character.
If you prefer additional detail in your shadows, and some attractive blooming in your highlights, you can also expose EZ400 rated at ISO 200, without altering the standard development times (for ISO 400).
You can pull or push processing EZ400, exposing it at 200, 800 or 1600, and adjusting development accordingly. This will definitely alter the look of your final images compared to standard development, but hey ... you may like it even more!
The container used to protect and store your EZ400 35mm cassette is made of kraft paper. The canister is sturdy and strong, yet lightweight. Best of all, the EZ400 containers are fully recyclable as part of a typical cardboard recycling program!
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Where we ship
When you buy your camera film from us we can ship it across the UK, Europe, USA, New Zealand, Australia and Canada (more countries planned soon!) So buy your New Classic EZ400 today and dive back into the fun of 35mm film photography!
As soon as I saw Ribsy had released a film I had to give it a go.
I loaded up the AE-1 and went out to shoot. I'm not a street shooter, more landscape based so am looking at this film differently probably to its' intended purpose.
I shot my first 10 shots at ISO100 by mistake so cut the roll and developed it in Rodinal for 9 minutes @1:50
It came out without any problems albeit a touch grainy but nothing to worry about. Reloaded the rest of the film and shot it at box (or should that be tube?) speed and developed in Rodinal at 1:100 for 1 hour.
The results are really pleasing with great, deep contrast...which I prefer and pleasant tones all over. I have another 2 rolls so will go out now and shoot it properly as I know what to expect from the film.
Thanks Ribsy, awesome project!