Based on Ilford's iconic HP5 Plus stock, but spooled for 127 cameras - HP400 film is the most flexible of all available 127 films. It can be pushed up to 3200 with great results, and when shot at box speed it will give you crisp and clear images with plenty of detail.
IMPORTANT: when getting the film developed remember to ask the lab for your spool back to use as the take-up spool for your next roll!
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Nice and gritty 127 film. Nice exposure latitude. Most certainly the best available 127 film. I hope Ilford bring out xp2 on 127....
I put this film through an old Kodak that was made for 127 film. The wind-on was total potluck - I got some cool double exposures but wound through the film really fast. Want to try it again 😊
I purchased a couple of rolls of this film to use at Living History events in my 1912 Kodak VP camera. The results were fantastic, and I very much look forward to using it at future Living History events.
Took a few rolls with me on a trip to the moors with a friend and I loved the results. Used my Kodak 127 Brownie and my Kodak Vest Pocket and got exactly what I hoped to get. The photos look like they could have easily have been taken 100 years ago
I’m a new returner to film and acquired a couple of 127 cameras in job lots from ‘the bay’. I shot this on a Bencini Comet 44 which is about the size of an Olympus Trip and too pretty not to use. It loaded fine on the Paterson reel and I developed in Perceptol 1+3. Very pleased with this first effort. Keep producing this film please!