Welcome to Analogue Wonderland's inaugural film release! Exclusively produced in partnership with one of our leading film suppliers, we have created WonderPan 400 to celebrate our 5th anniversary 🎂
Based on a best-selling black-and-white emulsion - but with a change in ISO rendering different results to the original box speed - WonderPan 400 produces monochrome images with strong contrast, dark blacks, and moderate grain in the midrange tones.
Over the coming weeks we will be exploring the characteristics of the film and how it looks shot at 400 versus the base emulsion 🎉
How to Develop WonderPan 400
We have a special offer for processing and scanning WonderPan with our lab. Head to WonderPan Developing Package to choose your options!
If you'd like to use a different lab, or develop at home, then please refer to the full Technical Information sheet here
The WonderPan Story
You can read the full origin story of WonderPan - and find out about Chef Ambrosia! - over on our blog: Grain Never Tasted So Good
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One of those products where it's company's excessive advertisement guaranteed a quality product. And it certainly delivers! So sharp, contrast-y, so deliciously black and white. Quite solid price, too. Please, restock it. The film community needs this film.
If you want contrast, this is the film for you. It won't suit all contexts though...
I had this as a freebie with an order and ran it through my old Nikon F70 (yes, that one with the strange controls). Not being sure what to expect, I stood it in Rodinal for an hour. guess what? It's the same film I accidentally exposed at 400 (and stood in Rodinal) last week! I'm not sure I can tell the difference between the 2 but I like the results. I'm likely to buy more just for the funky packaging. As they say: tasty grain - not that it's terribly prominent unless you look for it in the mid-tones
I got a free roll of this as an offer before Christmas when buying some other stuff. Finally finished it off this morning and just completed scanning.
I'm actually pretty impressed- I'd read reviews elsewhere saying it's very contrasty and grainy (the film it's based on is slower and the usage guide of Wonderpan is basically pushing a couple of stops) - the contrast and grain are perfectly fine, and I like the end result of quite a few of my shots. I developed using Rodinal at the guideline mix + time, and scanned from DSLR shots using Negative Lab Pro
Shot a roll of Wonderpan recently while visiting York, in my Samsung Fino point and shoot which I use as a back up camera.
The photos turned out really well, exceeding my expectations.
I'll definitely use it again in another camera to see what else can be achieved with it :)