Rollei RPX 25 - 35mm Film

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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Keith S. (Wisbech, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Studio work
Accreditation Handles: Keith "Tank" Sharples
Slow and smooth

This is a slow film that requires bright light or the use of a tripod and cable release, but the results are really pleasing with very fine grain.
I shot the sample images with my Olympus OM10 in AP mode on quite a bright day, and developed it in 510 Pyro.
I'm now quite egar to try it in medium format!!

Daniel B. (London, GB)
Perfect for: Portraits, Landscapes, Architecture
Accreditation Handles: Dan5150
Great on sunny days! Lovely contrast and fine grain.

Really nice film for Sunny days that id buy again for the summer.
Nice contrast and fine grain.

David (Reading, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Pinhole/Long-Exposure, Architecture, Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: Flikr: ExeterDevonPhotographer
Dramatic film, tripod pretty much required!

I liked this film - it's not for every situation, but I used it for some landscape photography testing at Sidmouth. I think it is best suited to non-moving subjects, unless you want to introduce movement in bright daylight, for example moving water without using an ND filter (just use an ND filter instead with a normal film though!), but otherwise I think that the slow speed makes this quite a niche, inflexible film. It appears to have extremely low grain, high contrast, and I felt relatively low dynamic range sensitivity, leading to under and overexposure in high dynamic range scenes, but as it is B&W, this does somewhat add to the drama. It enjoys lots of light but midday sun may be too HDR for it if you have sky or deep shadows. A tripod is essential, shooting handheld is unlikely to be successful unless you use a fast shutter speed. When you nail the focus and keep it steady, this is an extremely sharp film, exceeding the resolution of the AW 'standard' scans with no visible grain. I would buy it again for further experimentation, or perhaps to compare with a 50 speed film. I tried some shots with a big stopper and they all came out rather underexposed, so definitely compensate for longer exposures or bracket exposures by at least +1 or +2 stops to be safe. Sample shots taken with a Canon 300V with a 24-105mm f4 L lens (and a tripod!).

Paul B. (Amsterdam, NL)
Perfect for: Street Photography
Accreditation Handles: @paulbinesphotos
Smooth grain, contrasty pictures!

I wanted an easy to use slow film, and this fits the bill perfectly. I generally like the look of Rollei film, but the 25 takes this further - very little film grain, nice contrast, and exceptional value.

Paul W. (Waterlooville, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles:
Interesting film!

I really enjoyed using this film, it gave my seascape photos a really interesting look! I’ve bought more since.

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