Rera Pan Chrome 127 Film Colour Slide ISO 100

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Marc (Chippenham, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Portraits, Street Photography
Accreditation Handles: Marc Harding
Lovely underrated film stock

Similar to 120 film but smaller, this film stock is very underrated given how beautiful the photos come out. I used the Rera Pan Chrome film in a 1949 Kodak Baby Brownie (no controls for focusing, aperture etc) and I’m so happy with the results.

In my opinion it is as easy to use as 35mm. The colours are vibrant and somewhat warm toned. The only thing to note is that one or two of my photos had a minor red haze on some corners. I think the haze does not distract from the photo and I personally find it adds to the nostalgia effect that like. Rera pan also offers a black and white stock that I hope to try out in future.

Overall a beautiful film that hopefully will see the appreciation it deserves more soon!

Chuck (Swindon, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: @chuckbbird35mm
Interesting exercise for charity shop cameras

I'm happy to see 127 film on the market as there must be millions of Kodak Brownie cameras (& the like) just gathering dust these days! I shot mine in a Vecta & the plastic lens/grain looks fantastic - tricky to get it developed & scanned though.

Lyndon B. (Birmingham, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Portraits, Creative/Abstract
Slide 127 very impressed

Very good production , so pleased , bought larger slide mounts for these Super Slides. Will be keen to shoot some more this Autumn on a clear day. Repairing An old Slide projector too , hope to fit LED's for 21 Century . Scan was done on a light box with my DSLR with a mico lens.

MikeH (Dudley, GB)
Perfect for: Street Photography, Creative/Abstract
Rerachrome 400 127 format

127 format film is difficult to come by, so this is very welcome and I've been giving it a try. Of course finding anyone who processes 127 in E6 is even more difficult. I have to admit to being rather disappointed with the results so far - very grainy and contrasty. I've used 2 different labs, both of which normally do an excellent job on C41 process film, 127 and other formats. C41 film in 127 is only available at present I think (15 February 2020) from specialists who cut down and respool 120 film. So I'm glad this Rerachrome film is available, but, based on my experience, don't expect too much in the way of results. HP400 is my preferred 127 mono film, and I'm very pleased with that (I process it myself in Perceptol). I have just obtained a Camerahack FCK 127, so my next task is to use it to cut down some 120 C41 film (Fuji 400)!

Mollie T. (Manchester, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners

Fast delivery, great quality product and always amazing.

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