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Every single film stock still made today – Part 2: FILM Ferrania to HillvaleEvery single film stock still made today – Part 2: FILM Ferrania to Hillvale

Every single film stock still made today – Part 2: FILM Ferrania to Hillvale

Welcome to part two of this series, looking at all the fresh film stocks still being produced today. In part one I covered every film stock from A-E – technically everything from ADOX to Dubblefilm. With those 20 stocks out of the way, this article will be covering a total of 36 films from Ferrania to Hillvale – assuming that Fuji doesn’t discontinue more in between me writing this and publishing it.

Fingers crossed, eh?

As with part one, each film is sorted by vendor then film stock; and there’s a mass of film data included for each one. More detail will be coming in due course, as I complete my database of edge markings and reciprocity characteristics. In the meantime, please feel free to submit any data and sample images you may have using the form linked throughout this page.

Here’s what’s covered in part 2:

 

 

FILM Ferrania films

Founded in 1923, the original Ferrania ceased trading in late 2012, some four years after its then President announced the cessation of film product manufacture. Ferrania was acquired in 2013 by FILM Ferrania s.r.l. and in late 2014 the “new” Ferrania successfully completed their Kickstarter campaign, “100 More Years of Analog Film”, in an effort to rebuild, repair and restart the parts of original film production facility.

The company has been beset with difficulties, which have resulted in the original crowdfunding campaign timeline to be revised numerous times but in February 2017 the company announced the reintroduction of FERRANIA P30. The company still remains committed to restarting the production of both color negative and color reversal (slide) films.

Further reading: Wikipedia

 

FERRANIA P30 Alpha

FERRANIA P30® ALPHA is an 80/20° ISO panchromatic black & white motion picture film for still photography and reintroduces the legendary P30 film produced by Ferrania during the 1960s. FERRANIA P30® ALPHA is coated on triacetate base and features an incredibly high silver content of 5 grams per square meter.

Read FERRANIA P30 Alpha reviews / Read the FERRANIA P30 Alpha development guide by Scott Micciche

NameFERRANIA P30
FERRANIA P30
VendorFILM Ferrania
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO80
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW reversal
Push process2-stops: EI 320
Exposure latitude±1 stop
Verified ManufacturerFILM Ferrania




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Film Washi films

Launched in 2013 and based in Saint-Nazaire, France, Film Washi is the world’s smallest company to produce photographic materials. Specialized in handcrafted film-making and industrial film conversion, Film Washi offers a wide range of unique and innovative emulsions coated on both polyester and Japanese paper.

Further reading: Film Washi

 

Film Washi A

Film “A” is an ISO 12/12° black and white film used as leader and protection during the reproduction process of motion picture films. It is sensitised to record technical data and offers a very fine grain and a very high contrast. The film is coated on a polyester base and 35mm canisters are not DX-coded.

NameFilm Washi A
Film Washi A
VendorFilm Washi
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO12
Format(s)35mm, 100ft reel
35mm DX CodedNo
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessBW
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerFilm Washi




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Film Washi B

Low contrast in nature, Washi Film “B” was originally made for generic medical radiography and has been converted to “regular” sheet film sizes. Being sensitive only to blue light, “B” is recommended for portrait and urban photography. It is an ISO 125/22° film, is available in sheet format only and is coated on both sides, on a blue polyester base.

NameFilm Washi B
Film Washi P
VendorFilm Washi
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO125
Format(s)Sheet
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessBW
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerFilm Washi




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Film Washi D

Originally coated for aerial surveillance and cartography, “D” is a panchromatic negative film, offering high contrast and moderate grain. “D” is used by the Russian aerospace industry for generic uses, including military aerial surveillance missions. It is an ISO 500/28° film and can be pushed to EI 1600 and processed as a slide film.

The film is coated on a polyester base and available in 36 and 72 exposure 35mm canisters.

NameFilm Washi D
Film Washi D
VendorFilm Washi
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO500
Format(s)35mm, 100ft reel
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessBW
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerFilm Washi




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Film Washi G

Film “G” was originally made for generic medical radiography and has been converted to “regular” sheet film sizes. It is low contrast in nature and being sensitive only to blue and green light, is recommended for landscape photography. It is an ISO 80/20° film, is available in sheet format only and is coated on both sides on a blue polyester base.

NameFilm Washi G
Film Washi P
VendorFilm Washi
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO80
Format(s)Sheet
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessBW
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerFilm Washi




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Film Washi K

Washi Film “K” is converted from rolls of Kodak Plus-X Aerographic Film 2402 that expired in 2000. The production of Kodak Plus­-X ceased in 2011. It is an ISO 100/21° film, is available in sheet format only and is coated a polyester base.

NameFilm Washi K
Film Washi D
VendorFilm Washi
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO100
Format(s)Sheet
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessBW
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak




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Film Washi P

Film Washi “P” is a panchromatic film hand-coated on a polyester base. With no anti-halation layer it can, under special light conditions, provide a diffused effect. It is an ISO 100/21° film, produced on special order only.

NameFilm Washi P
Film Washi P
VendorFilm Washi
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO100
Format(s)35mm, 120
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessBW
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerFilm Washi




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Film Washi S

Film “S” is is an ISO 100/21° film used by motion picture professionals for sound recording, which requires very fine grain and ultrahigh definition. This sharpness is guaranteed by a special anti-halation layer located between the film’s base and the emulsion layer. The film is coated on a polyester base.

Read Film Washi reviews

NameFilm Washi S
Film Washi S
VendorFilm Washi
TypeBlack and white (paper negative)
Native ISO50
Format(s)35mm, 120, 620, sheet
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessBW
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerFilm Washi




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Film Washi V

A new handcrafted, panchromatic ISO 100/21° film, Washi V is more transparent, more sensitive and with better latitude exposure. Hand-coated on artisanal 41gsm Gampi paper made by Awagami Factory in Japan.

NameFilm Washi V
Film Washi V
VendorFilm Washi
TypeBlack and white (paper negative)
Native ISO100
Format(s)35mm, 120
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessBW
Cross process
Push process±2 stops
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerFilm Washi




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Film Washi W

This is the original ISO 25/15° Washi Film, hand coated on Moriki Paper’s Tosa 28gm Washi (Kozo). With high sensitivity to blue, less to green and no sensitivity to red light, this film gives best results with urban, portrait and still life photography. Film “W” is available in sheet-films and 35mm, but also in 120 or 620 formats.

NameFilm Washi W
Film Washi W
VendorFilm Washi
TypeBlack and white (paper negative)
Native ISO25
Format(s)35mm, 120, 620, sheet
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessBW
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerFilm Washi



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Film Washi Z

Originally coated for aerial vegetation mapping, “Z” is an ISO 400/27° near-infrared sensitive film, offering nice contrast and green shades separation, making it perfect for landscape photography.

NameFilm Washi Z
Film Washi Z
VendorFilm Washi
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO400
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessBW
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerFilm Washi




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Foma Bohemia films

Foma Bohemia spol. s.r.o is a photographic company based in Hradec Králové, Czech Republic established in 1921, originally as Fotochema, being renamed in 1995 on privatisation. They are mostly known for their line of black and white films and papers but also produce movie film, X-ray films for medicine and industry along with processing chemicals. They formerly produced aerial and surveillance films.

Further reading: Wikipedia

 

FOMAPAN 100 Classic

FOMAPAN 100 Classic is an ISO 100/21° panchromatic black and white negative film. According to the manufacturer the film is characterized by high resolution, wide exposure latitude and fine grain. The film is available in 120 roll film, sheet film and perforated 35mm format, including long length rolls.

NameFOMAPAN 100 Classic
Fomapan 100 Classic
VendorFoma Bohemia
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO100
Format(s)35mm, 120, Sheet
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW reversal
Push process3-stops: EI 1600
Exposure latitude±2 stops
Verified ManufacturerFoma Bohemia




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FOMAPAN 200 Creative

FOMAPAN 200 Creative is an ISO 200/24° panchromatic black and white negative, hexagonal core/shell tabular silver grain grain film. According to Foma the film features excellent resolving power, low granularity and is intended for use under normal or slightly unfavourable light conditions. The film’s wide exposure latitude allows exposures between ISO 100/21° and 800/30° without a change of development time.

The film is available in 120 roll film, sheet film, perforated 35mm and long length rolls.

NameFOMAPAN 200 Creative
Fomapan 200 Creative
VendorFoma Bohemia
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO200
Format(s)35mm, 120, Sheet
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW reversal
Push process3-stops: EI 1600
Exposure latitude±2 stops
Verified ManufacturerFoma Bohemia




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FOMAPAN 400 Action

FOMAPAN 400 Action is a panchromatic ISO 400/27° black and white negative film. According to Foma the film features a good resolution and it is intended for use under unfavourable light conditions. The film is available in 120 roll film, perforated 35 mm films including long length rolls.

NameFOMAPAN 400 Action
Fomapan 400 Action
VendorFoma Bohemia
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO400
Format(s)35mm, 120
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW reversal
Push process4-stops: EI 6400
Exposure latitude±2 stops
Verified ManufacturerFoma Bohemia




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FOMAPAN R 100

FOMAPAN R 100 is a panchromatically sensitized ISO 100/21° black and white reversal film. It is distinguished by very fine grain, high resolving power and contour sharpness, and higher contrast. It can be reversal processed to create transparencies, or developed in normal black and white chemicals to produce a negative.

NameFomapan R100
Fomapan R100
VendorFoma Bohemia
TypeBlack and white (reversal/slide)
Native ISO100
Format(s)8mm, Super 8, 16mm, 35mm
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW reversal
Push process2-stops: EI 200
Exposure latitude±1/2 stop
Verified ManufacturerFoma Bohemia




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RETROPAN 320 Soft

RETROPAN 320 soft is a panchromatically sensitized special negative black and white film with fine grain, good resolution and contour sharpness. The film is characterized by a wide range of half-tones and soft light which makes it suitable for photography and subsequent contact printing or “retro” style enlarging of negatives (photographs of still lives, architecture, experiments, landscapes, portraits, etc).

NameFoma Retropan 320 Soft
Foma Retropan 320 Soft
VendorFoma Bohemia
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO320
Format(s)35mm, 120, Sheet
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW reversal
Push process
Exposure latitude±2 stops
Verified ManufacturerFoma Bohemia




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Fujifilm films

Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd. was established in 1934 with the aim of being the first Japanese producer of photographic films. Over the following 10 years, the company produced photographic films, motion-picture films and X-ray films. In the 1940s, Fuji Photo entered the optical glasses, lenses and equipment markets.

Unlike its main competitor Kodak, Fujifilm built an expectation of the decline of film as a mass market photographic medium into its business. The company succeeded in making the transition to digital imaging but sadly continues its exit from the photographic film space at speed. At the time of writing, Fuji just announced the discontinuation of its last remaining black and white film stock, NEOPAN ACROS 100.

Further reading: Wikipedia

 

Fujifilm Fujicolor C200

FUJICOLOR C200 [CA] is a daylight color negative film with an ISO rating of 200/24°. It is coated on a PEN (Polyethylene Naphtalate) base and was until recently commonly used by Fuji as a white-label film, an example being Agfaphoto’s Vista Plus 200.

NameFujifilm Fujicolor C200
Fujifilm Fujicolor C200
VendorFujifilm
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO200
Format(s)35mm, 120
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity-
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process2-stops: EI 800
Exposure latitude±3 stops
Verified ManufacturerFujifilm




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Fujifilm Fujicolor 業務記錄用 ISO 100 / Fujifilm Industrial 100

Fujicolor 業務記錄用 ISO 100, translated literally as “Operational Recording” and translated for use in the West as “Fujicolor Industrial 100”, is an ISO 100/21° daylight colour negative film. It is only directly available for sale in bulk, in 12, 24 or 36 exposure 35mm cassettes in Japan.  The film offers fine grain and excellent colour reproduction, particularly suited to Japanese and other Asian skin tones.

Also previously available in an ISO 400/27° version, which is no longer in production.

NameFujifilm Industrial 100
Fujifilm Industrial 100
VendorFujifilm
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO100
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity-
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process3-stops: EI 1600
Exposure latitude±3 stops
Verified ManufacturerFujifilm




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Fujifilm INSTAX Mini Color

INSTAX Mini Color is an ISO 800 colour integral instant film format, which provides a W46mm x H62mm picture size on a W54mm x H86mm sheet. The film is daylight balanced (5500K), is supplied in cartridges of ten sheets each. and can be used on Fuji and Lomography INSTAX Mini compatible cameras, compatible instant film backs, as well as the Leica Sofort instant camera.

The film has a resolution of 12 line/mm and each sheet is constructed of polystyrene.

NameFujifilm INSTAX Mini Color
Fujifilm INSTAX Mini Color
VendorFujifilm
TypeColor instant (Integral)
Native ISO800
Format(s)INSTAX Mini
35mm DX CodedN/A
Spectral sensitivity-
Normal ProcessIntegral
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerFujifilm




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Fujifilm INSTAX Mini Monochrome

INSTAX Mini Monochrome is an ISO 800 black and white integral instant film format. Like INSTAX Mini Color, Monochrome provides a W46mm x H62mm picture size on a W54mm x H86mm sheet. It is supplied in cartridges of ten sheets each and can be used on Fuji and Lomography INSTAX Mini compatible cameras, instant film backs, as well as the Leica Sofort instant camera.

The film has a resolution of 12 line/mm and each sheet is constructed of polystyrene.

Read the INSTAX Mini Monochrome review.

NameFujifilm INSTAX Mini Monochrome
Fujifilm INSTAX Mini Monochrome
VendorFujifilm
TypeBlack and white instant (Integral)
Native ISO800
Format(s)INSTAX Mini
35mm DX CodedN/A
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessIntegral
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerFujifilm




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Fujifilm INSTAX Square Color

INSTAX Square Color is an ISO 800 black and white integral instant film format. The film provides a W62mm x H62mm picture size on a W86mm x H72mm sheet. It is supplied in cartridges of ten sheets each.

NameFujifilm INSTAX Square Color
Fujifilm INSTAX Square Color
VendorFujifilm
TypeColor instant (Integral)
Native ISO800
Format(s)INSTAX Square
35mm DX CodedN/A
Spectral sensitivity-
Normal ProcessIntegral
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerFujifilm




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Fujifilm INSTAX Wide Color

INSTAX Wide Color is an ISO 800 colour integral instant film format, which provides a W99mm x H62mm picture size on a W108mm x H86mm sheet. The film is daylight balanced (5500K) and is supplied in cartridges of ten sheets each and can be used on Fuji and Lomography INSTAX Wide compatible cameras and instant film backs.

The film has a resolution of 10 line/mm and each sheet is constructed of polystyrene.

NameFujifilm INSTAX Wide Color
Fujifilm INSTAX Wide Color
VendorFujifilm
TypeColor instant (Integral)
Native ISO800
Format(s)INSTAX Wide
35mm DX CodedN/A
Spectral sensitivity-
Normal ProcessIntegral
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerFujifilm



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Fujifilm INSTAX Wide Monochrome

INSTAX Wide Monochrome is an ISO 800 black and white integral instant film format. Like INSTAX Wide Color, Monochrome provides a provides a W99mm x H62mm picture size on a W108mm x H86mm sheet. The film is daylight balanced (5500K) and is supplied in cartridges of ten sheets each. and can be used on Fuji and Lomography INSTAX Wide compatible cameras and instant film backs.

The film has a resolution of 10 line/mm and each sheet is constructed of polystyrene.

NameFujifilm INSTAX Wide Monochrome
Fujifilm INSTAX Wide Monochrome
VendorFujifilm
TypeBlack and white instant (Integral)
Native ISO800
Format(s)INSTAX Wide
35mm DX CodedN/A
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessIntegral
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerFujifilm




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Fujifilm NEOPAN 400CN Professional

Fujicolor NEOPAN 400CN Professional is an ISO 400/27° fine grain chromogenic black and white film designed for general use, but particularly aimed at use in the portrait and wedding market, with the added benefit of being processed in C41 colour negative chemicals.

Fujicolor Neopan 400CN Professional has a wide exposure latitude with excellent highlight and shadow detail. The film is reputedly made for Fuji by Harman Technology.

NameFujifilm NEOPAN 400CN
Fujifilm NEOPAN 400CN
VendorFujifilm
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO400
Format(s)35mm, 120
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity-
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude±3 stops
Verified ManufacturerILFORD (Harman Technology)




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Fujifilm NEOPAN ACROS 100

UGH…with Fuji’s recent announcement that this film will be discontinued, I’ve been in two minds about including it here… At the very least, it’ll stay in this list until October 2018. After that, who knows.

NEOPAN ACROS 100 is an ISO 100/21° ultra-high-image-quality black and white negative film that boasts the world’s highest standard in grain quality among ISO 100 films, rich gradation and outstanding sharpness. These features make it an excellent choice for a wide range of photographic applications, including portraits, landscape, architectural subjects, product photography, photomicrography and duplication work.

It offers EXCEPTIONAL reciprocity characteristics, making it the film of choice for long exposure photography and is coated on a triacetate base.

NameFujifilm NEOPAN ACROS 100
Fujifilm NEOPAN ACROS 100
VendorFujifilm
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO100
Format(s)35mm, 120
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW reversal
Push process3-stops: EI 800
Exposure latitude
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Fujifilm Fujicolor Pro 160NS

Fujicolor PRO 160 is an ISO 160/23° daylight-balanced color negative film designed for professional use. It features highly optimized skin tone reproduction and neutral grey balance. The film employs Fuji’s “Fourth Color Layer” and provides a wide exposure latitude that makes it more suitable for digital scanners than traditional printing.

In 120 format the film is coated onto a triacetate base. In sheet format, the film is coated on a polyester base.

NameFujifilm Pro 160NS
Fujifilm Pro 160NS
VendorFujifilm
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO160
Format(s)120, Sheet
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity-
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process3-stops: EI 1200
Exposure latitude±3 stops
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Fujifilm Fujicolor Pro 400H

Fujicolor Pro 400H is a “new generation” professional daylight type color negative film incorporating Fujifilm’s Fourth Color Layer technology. Pro 400H provides a very wide exposure range, and can be under or over exposed several stops with minimal impact on the final image.

NameFujifilm Pro 400H
Fujifilm Pro 400H
VendorFujifilm
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO400
Format(s)35mm, 120
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity-
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process3-stops: EI 3200
Exposure latitude±3 stops
Verified ManufacturerFujifilm




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Fujifilm PROVIA 100F

Fujifilm PROVIA 100F [RDP III] is an ultra-high-quality, daylight-type ISO 100/21° color reversal (slide) film. Along with Fuji Velvia 100, PROVIA 100F is the world’s finest grain ISO 100 color reversal films.

In both rollfilm and sheet format, the film is coated onto a Triacetate base.

NameFujifilm Provia 100F
Fujifilm Provia 100F
VendorFujifilm
TypeColor (reversal/slide)
Native ISO100
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity-
Normal ProcessE-6
Cross processC-41
Push process2-stops: EI 400
Exposure latitude±0.6 stops
Verified ManufacturerFujifilm




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Fujifilm SUPERIA 200

Fujicolor SUPERIA 200 [CA] is a daylight color negative film with an ISO speed rating of 200 and coated onto a triacetate base.

NameFujifilm Superia 200
Fujifilm Superia 200
VendorFujifilm
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO200
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity-
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process2-stops: EI 800
Exposure latitude±3 stops
Verified ManufacturerFujifilm




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Fujifilm Fujicolor SUPERIA Premium 400

Fujifilm Fujicolor SUPERIA Premium 400 is a Japan-only ISO 400/27° color negative film available in 35mm cassettes. The film exhibits a wider exposure latitude than Fuji’s other ISO 400 consumer film stocks and is especially resistant to over-exposure. The film was designed with the Japanese skin tone in mind and produces a vivid color palette. In addition, the film responds very well to push processing.

NameFujifilm Superia Premium 400
Fujifilm Superia Premium 400
VendorFujifilm
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO400
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity-
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process3-stops: EI 3200
Exposure latitude±3 stops
Verified ManufacturerFujifilm




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Fujifilm Fujicolor SUPERIA Venus 800

Touted as being “ideal for compact cameras”, Fujicolor SUPERIA Venus 800 is an ISO 800/30° film that claims to provide the same level of fine grain as SUPERIA X-TRA 400.

NameFujifilm Superia Venus 800
Fujifilm Superia Venus 800
VendorFujifilm
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO800
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity-
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process2-stops: EI 3200
Exposure latitude±3 stops
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Fujifilm SUPERIA X-TRA 400

FUJICOLOR SUPERIA X-TRA 400 [CH] is a daylight type ISO 400/27° color negative film that incorporates Fuji’s Fourth Color Layer technology and Super Fine-Σ (Sigma) Grain technology to achieve high image quality when printed on Fujicolor papers.

NameFujifilm Superia X-TRA 400
Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400
VendorFujifilm
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO400
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity-
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process3-stops: EI 3200
Exposure latitude±3 stops
Verified ManufacturerFujifilm




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Fujifilm Velvia 50

It’s Fuji Velvia 50 [RVP 50]. Don’t be scared and shoot it before it’s inevitably discontinued. It is an ISO 50/18° high-image quality daylight-type color reversal film with superb granularity, world-class levels of image color saturation and vibrancy.

In 120 format the film is coated onto a triacetate base. In sheet format the film is coated on a polyester base.

NameFujifilm Velvia 50
Fujifilm Velvia 50
VendorFujifilm
TypeColor (reversal/slide)
Native ISO50
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity-
Normal ProcessE-6
Cross processC-41
Push process3-stops: EI 200
Exposure latitude-0.5 / +1 stop
Verified ManufacturerFujifilm




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Fujifilm Velvia 100

Velvia 100 Professional [RVP 100] is an ISO 100/21° daylight-balanced high-image-quality color reversal film. In addition to Fuji’s assertation of “the world’s highest level of color saturation”, this film boasts an RMS granularity of 8.

In 120 format the film is coated onto a triacetate base. In sheet format the film is coated on a polyester base.

NameFujifilm Velvia 100
Fujifilm Velvia 100
VendorFujifilm
TypeColor (reversal/slide)
Native ISO100
Format(s)35mm, 120, Sheet
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity-
Normal ProcessE-6
Cross processC-41
Push process3-stops: EI 400
Exposure latitude±0.3 stops
Verified ManufacturerFujifilm




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Fujifilm Velvia 100F

FUJICHROME Velvia 100F Professional [RVP100F] is an ISO 100/21° daylight-balanced color reversal film and has an RMS granularity of 8.

In 120 format the film is coated onto a triacetate base. In sheet format the film is coated on a polyester base.

NameFujifilm Velvia 100F
Fujifilm Velvia 100F
VendorFujifilm
VendorFujifilm
TypeColor (reversal/slide)
Native ISO100
Format(s)35mm, 120, 220, Sheet
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity-
Normal ProcessE-6
Cross processC-41
Push process3-stops: EI 400
Exposure latitude±0.3 stops
Verified ManufacturerFujifilm




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Hillvale films

Hillvale is an independent photo lab based in Melbourne, Australia.

 

Sunny 16

Sunny 16 is the same Fuji 400 ISO color negative film used in their disposable cameras. Although the film canister’s paper label has a DX code illustration printed on it, it is non-functional.

NameHillvale Sunny 16
Hillvale Sunny 16
VendorHillvale
TypeColour (negative)
Native ISO400
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedNo
Spectral sensitivity-
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude±3 stops
Verified ManufacturerFujifilm




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Fifty eight stocks down and we’ve only just scratched the surface. The next part of this series covers I to J – that’s ILFORD to Japan Camera Hunter.

If you think I’ve missed something, please do let me know in the comments below. Just remember, these are films which are still in production, not still available to purchase…maybe there should be another list for that 😉

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  1. Fomapan isn’t DX encoded (at least in the UK).
    Neither was the original batch of Ferrania P30 — don’t know about the recent stuff they may have added it.

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  2. Also: Fotoimpex CHM 100 & 400 – Produced by Harman Technology and similar to Kentmere 100/400
    Holga 400, Rebranded Fomapan 400 – mainly in USA.

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    • The implication of the blurb is that CHM is like “old” (pre-Harman?) Kentmere.

      Reply
      • The kentmere company which Harman bought in 2007 only produced photo paper. Harman introduced the branded films in 2009 originally as a budget option for the US market. It’s probably based on the pan 100/400 selected markets film. Likewise Rollei RPX, Agfa photo APX and Oriental Seagull.

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  3. velvia 100f discontinued 2012;
    superia 200 discontinued may 2017 very little stock left;
    velvia 50 sheet film discontinued and velvia 100 sheet film 4×5 only (plus 120, 135);
    pro 160 ns sheet film discontinued 2016, 120 discontinued uk late 2017 some stock. never sold in USA. Still available in Asia and elsewhere in Europe but for how long?
    fuijicolor 100 also sold in retail packs – Asia only.

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    • Fuji often discontinue films last in their home market. So;
      Velvia 100F. 120 discontinued in Japan 2015. Sheet film available in Japan only. (all formats disc. 2012 in Europe/USA)
      Superia 200 discontinued globally may 2017.
      Velvia 50. Sheet film Japan only. (disc 2012 Europe/USA) 135/120 available globally
      Velvia 100. 8×10″ sheet film Japan only. 135/120 and 4×5 available globally
      Pro 160 NS Sheet film discontinued 2016 globally. 120 available Europe (not UK) and Japan.
      Provia 100F 135 plus 120 and Sheet film available globally
      Fujicolor 100 retail in Japan/Asia only
      Fujicolor c200 Europe/USA not Japan
      400CN this is reported as being developed with ilfords tech input. Not sure it’s made by them though.
      Some retailers such as Maco obtain Japan only stock for European sale e.g Natura 1600, stock only.

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    • David, please enlighten me.

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  4. I was under the impression that Fuji Pro 160NS was discontinued (at least according to my main film supplier).

    Reply
    • Hi James, it’s still here although only in 120, 4×5 and 8×10 and only readily available in Japan. 35mm was discontinued across the board a while back.

      Reply
  5. @filmferrania Loving this series

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