Designed for vintage film cameras that use 127-size format, Rera Pan 100S 127 film will resurrect cameras like the Yashica 44, Kodak Brownie Bullet, Baby Pearl, Parvola, Minolta Miniflex, Baby Rollei, and Komaflex.
A beautiful black and white emulsion with even tones and small grain, this Japanese import is a treat.
IMPORTANT: when getting the film developed remember to ask your processing lab for your spool back to use as the take-up spool for your next roll!
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When watching a documentary about the insanely talented industrial designer Sir Kenneth Grange, I hadn't appreciated he had done some design for Kodak. I managed to get a decent Brownie 44a for next to nothing and then went on the hunt for some 127 film. Thankfully AW came up trumps again, but I did pay more for one roll than the camera cost! It's a nice film, with sharp grain and processed well in Ilfosol3. The only issue being the plastic lens in the camera hasn't really shown the film off to its best advantage. I did come away with a nice double exposure, however.
I found this film difficult to load into the camera (Kodak Vest Pocket) but I put that down to the camera.
The images produced are lovely and crisp with great contrast as you'll see in my sample shots. Unfortunately my camera needs a little bit of work as thats what ruined my images.
127 roll arrived rapidly and well packaged complete with instructions and a paid-for return slip for processing. This was great except for the fact that ....... AW does not yet process 127! So, I'm using another provider and, when they're done, we'll see how good the film was, how good my use of a very old Kodak Vest Camera was, and, indeed how well the 100-year-old camera is working. Suggestion - don't include a processing return pack with 127 rolls, just add a slip that says you don't process this size.
I will review this as and when I get round to using it.
I found your article about Ilford enlightening and interesting. In the days when I did D&P I always preferred Ilford films and papers to their Kokak equivalents. I am returning VERY slowly to film photography, and finding it demanding. Can you recommend an outfit who can develop 127 film?