MTN100 35mm is the latest film from Street Candy - relaunched afresh in 2023 with new packaging and a simple look!
MTN100 is a panchromatic film for both outdoor and indoor photography. It can be processed as a normal black & white film negative OR with a reversal kit to produce direct positives. Beautiful contrast, fine grain and rich details.
Street Candy is the first film from Vincent, the man behind "On Film Only". His passion for analogue photography is exceptionally strong and we hope that this is the first of many products that he brings to the film market!
For more information about the brand check out our interview with Vincent.
Please note that due to manufacturing constraints Street Candy have had to temporarily discontinue their eye-catching cardboard canisters. However do not fear! Their commitment to improving film photography's eco-credentials remains - watch this space...
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I received this roll in a mystery box and went into it with an open mind however, it might be my level of ability but I found it incredibly unruly and very contrasty. I'm not a huge fan of b&w films and unfortunately, this roll didn't change my mind.
I only shot a single roll of this which came in a wonder box - i think there are better films for the price
As many have mentioned, it's quite contrasty black-and-white film, so you have to carefully watch out, otherwise you can overblow it. I personally enjoyed the challenge and thought that it deserves its price tag. Go, buy and enjoy it.
It has very deep blacks and overall, visible contrast. I like that. If you want to play around with shadows under the sun, that's the film for you. Not as flexible as Ilford, but it's own shadowy, playful staple.
I tested the Street Candy 100 in relentless rain and summer sunshine. It delivered punchy tones with deep rich blacks and paired well with Agfa Rodinal deveoper, my favourite for the more traditional medium speed emulsions. This is quite a contrasty film, and it repays careful handling-Pyro would definitely help in controlling the highlights. But be patient and MTN 100 will reward you.