Washi A Film 35mm B&W ISO 12
Sourced from the movie industry, Washi A is light-sensitive leader film that traditionally is used for recording main title shots or to protect final shots during the reproduction process. And now it has been converted and rolled into 35mm format for your photographic delight! Very low ISO so please use when there is LOTS of light available - or when you're feeling particularly creative with wide-open apertures or long shutter speeds.
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Where we ship
When you buy your camera film from us we can ship it across the UK, Europe, USA, New Zealand, Australia and Canada (more countries planned soon!) So buy Washi A Film 35mm B&W ISO 12 today and dive back into the fun of 35mm film photography!
First time shooting on a film with ISO this low, and to be honest it has quickly become a personal favourite.
Like my fellow reviewers on here I want to mention the contrast, because it really is excellent.
The low grain combined with the high contrast gives photos a real sharpness even when overexposed (like
many of my shots were).
Great film for shooting brutalist architecture and fun to macro with, the slow speed can give water a really ethereal effect.
I'm looking forward to trying this film again with portraiture.
Extremely high contrast! Because the film is so slow grain is really minimal. The film is orthochromatic, which means it's not sensitive to red light so don't try shooting this with red filters! Did I already mention how high contrast this film is?
If you want to shoot wide open on a sunny day or want to experiment with low ISO film this film is definitely worth trying.
I was blown away by the quality of this film, the contrast is superb and the grain is extremely fine.
Being a manually spooled ISO 12 film, you have to be careful of what camera you use.
This film delivers excellent results and for a very cheap price, would highly recommend.
I was blown away with how sharp this film was. Basically zero grain, insane detail and a completely transparent base. The contrast of the film is very, very high though - It worked a treat for seascapes stopped down to f22. The colour of the film base is also strange, it's a pale white. Everything about this film is so unique and interesting, it's more of an experience than anything else. Wonderful!