Update 03: 2018-11-20

Welcome to part four of this series exploring every single film stock (including instant film, dry plates, etc.), still being made today. Combining parts onetwo, and three, this series has covered 65 stocks so far and this instalment adds another 50, bringing the total to 115.

As with the other parts of this series, I’m following the listing format outlined below:

  • ADOX >> ADOX SILVERMAX 100
  • Fujifilm >> Fujifilm Velvia 50 (RVP)
  • ILFORD (Harman Technology) >> ILFORD HP5 PLUS
  • ILFORD (Harman Technology) >> Kentmere 400
  • Japan Camera Hunter >> JCH Screetpan 400

With regard to any uncredited sample images below, they are all my own and exist in one form or another as Daily Photos or part of articles written by yours truly for this website. Every other image has been credited to the photographer that created it. Product images were obtained from specific vendor websites/materials and have been credited at the foot of this article.

Here are all the 48 film stocks covered in this article:

Table of contents

 

 

Kodak films

The Eastman Kodak Company (Kodak), was founded in 1888 and is headquartered in Rochester, New York. The company continues to manufacture film products – motion picture, professional and consumer – and licenses its name to be used with many products made by third parties.

Kodak still photography films are sold and marketed through Kodak Alaris (owned by the UK Kodak Pension Plan). Kodak continues to sell its motion picture products, such as VISION3 and Double-X film; and other specialist intermediate products under the Kodak Motion brand name.

In January 2017 Kodak and Kodak Alaris jointly announced the return of Kodak EKTACHROME slide film. Originally expected to be released by the end of 2017, the film was officially released on September 25th 2018. In late February 2018 Kodak Alaris announced the return of T-MAX Professional P3200 film five years after its discontinuation. The film came to market a few weeks later and stands with ILFORD Delta 3200 Professional as the only other ultra high-speed black and white film currently in production.

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Kodak Black and White Print Film 2302

KODAK Black-and-White Print Film 2302 is a low speed, blue-sensitive, high-resolution print film. The film is coated on Kodak’s proprietary ESTAR base. The film can be purchased directly from Kodak authorised resellers in 2000ft cores, although short-ends and recans are available from certain suppliers.

NameKODAK Black and White Print Film 2302KODAK Black and White Print Film 2302
VendorKodak
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO250
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedN/A
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW reversal
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Datasheet: Download the Kodak Black and White Print Film 2302 datasheet

 

 

Kodak ColorPlus 200

Kodak’s ColorPlus 200 is a medium-speed, ISO 200/24° daylight-balanced colour negative film. It offers a versatile combination of  colour saturation and pleasent grain is well-suited for scanning or enlarging.

NameKodak ColorPlus 200Kodak Gold 200
VendorKodak
TypeColour (negative)
Native ISO200
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Datasheet: Download the Kodak Gold 200 datasheet.

 

Kodak EASTMAN DOUBLE-X 5222

EASTMAN DOUBLE-X Negative Film 5222 is a high-speed 35mm panchromatic black and white motion picture film designed for “general production use both outdoors and in the studio”. The film is extensively used in still photography and typically exposed for ISO 250/25° when used in daylight and ISO 200/24° when used under tungsten light.

The film is available in 100/400/2000ft cores and bulk loaded 35mm cassettes; sold under various names by companies such as Cinestill.

Although a motion picture film stock, 5222 does not have a remjet layer, meaning that it can be developed in labs and in at-home darkrooms in the same manner as other black and white negative films.

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NameKodak EASTMAN Double-X 5222Kodak EASTMAN Double-X 5222
VendorKodak
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO250
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedN/A
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW reversal
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Datasheet: Download the Kodak EASTMAN DOUBLE-X 5222 datasheet

 

Kodak EASTMAN Fine Grain Duplicating Panchromatic Negative Film 5234

EASTMAN Fine Grain Duplicating Panchromatic Negative Film 5234 is a low speed, high-sensitivity black and white film stock with an equivalent ISO of 12/12°. The film is coated on Kodak’s proprietary ESTAR base and is used to make duplicate negatives from master positives, or internegatives from reversal originals.

NameKodak EASTMAN Fine Grain Duplicating Panchromatic Negative Film 5234
VendorKodak
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO6
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedN/A
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessBW
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Datasheet: Download the EASTMAN Fine Grain Duplicating Panchromatic Negative Film 5234 datasheet.

 

Kodak EASTMAN Fine Grain Duplicating Positive Film 2366

EASTMAN Fine Grain Duplicating Positive Film 2366 is a low-speed duplicating film intended for making master positives from black-and-white camera negatives. It is a high resolution blue-sensitive black and white film which incorporates a yellow dye, which is removed during processing to provide very high acutance.

NameKodak EASTMAN Fine Grain Duplicating Positive Film 2366
VendorKodak
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO12
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedN/A
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW reversal
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Kodak EKTACHROME E100

EKTACHROME is back. Based on EKTACHROME E100G, the film is initially available in 135/36 exposure cartridges and 8mm format (EKTACHROME 7294). 16mm film is expected to begin shipping by the end of 2018, with additional formats being made available after that.

Full details of the release plus links for online purchase can be found in the official EKTACHROME E100 release.

NameKodak EKTACHROME E100Kodak EKTACHROME E100
ManufacturerKodak
TypeColour (reversal/slide)
Native ISO100
Format(s)8mm, 16mm, 35mm
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity~400-690nm
Normal ProcessE-6
Cross processC-41
Push process1-stop (recommended)
Exposure latitude+/-3 stops
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Datasheet: Download the EKTACHROME E100 datasheet

 

Kodak Gold 200

Kodak’s GOLD 200 is a medium-speed, ISO 200/24° daylight-balanced colour negative film. It offers a versatile combination of vivid colour saturation, fine grain, and high image sharpness; and is well-suited for scanning or enlarging.

NameKodak Gold 200Kodak Gold 200
VendorKodak
TypeColour (negative)
Native ISO200
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Datasheet: Download the Kodak Gold 200 datasheet.

 

Kodak Professional Ektar 100

Prior to its use on film stocks, the Ektar name (Eastman Kodak TessAR) originally referred to Kodak’s premium, professional lenses (introduced in 1936 and sold until the late 1960s).

Original Ektar film (1989 to 1997) started as a colour 35mm and 120 “semi-professional film”, designed to offer ultra-fine grain. It was manufactured in 25, 100, and 1000 ISO formats and discontinued in 1994. “New Ektar” (ISO 100/21°) was introduced in September 2008 and claims to be the finest-grain colour negative film available on the market. The film offers high saturation with vivid colour reproduction and good tolerance to underexposure. The film was initially only offered in 35mm format. The offering was expanded to include 120 format film, then 4×5 and 8×10 sheet sizes in 2010.

According to Kodak, Ektar 100 is very suitable for digitising using a film scanner. It is coated onto an acetate film base. In 35mm format, the film is provided in DX-coded 36 exposure 35mm cassettes.

NameKodak Professional Ektar 100Kodak Professional Ektar 100
VendorKodak
TypeColour (negative)
Native ISO100
Format(s)35mm, 120, Sheet
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

NB: Yes, that’s a frame of Ektar 100 developed as black and white in the gallery 😉

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Datasheet: Download the Kodak Professional Ektar 100 datasheet.

 

Kodak Professional Portra 160

Kodak Portra 160 is an ISO 160/23° daylight-balanced professional colour negative films introduced in 1998 and made originally for portrait and wedding applications. The film was formerly available in “Natural Color” (NC) and “Vivid Color” (VC) variations, before being updated in 2011, when both versions were replaced with “New Portra”.

Portra 160 provides both fine grain and excellent “pushability”, allowing photographers to experiment with specific looks and feels when combining overexposure and overdevelopment.

The film is available in 35mm, 120 and sheet film format and is coated on an acetate base.

NameKodak Professional Portra 160Kodak Professional Portra 160
VendorKodak
TypeColour (negative)
Native ISO160
Format(s)35mm, 120, Sheet
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Datasheet: Download the Kodak Portra 160 datasheet.

 

Kodak Professional Portra 400

Kodak Portra 400 is an ISO 400/27° daylight-balanced professional colour negative films introduced in 1998 and made originally for portrait and wedding applications. Like Portra 160, the film was formerly available in “Natural Color” (NC) and “Vivid Color” (VC) variations, before being updated in 2010, when both were replaced with “New Portra”.

The 2010 Portra 400 update also incorporated technology from Kodak’s VISION line of motion picture films (see listings below). Kodak Portra 400 provides genuinely excellent film latitude, equal to, or better than that offered by Fuji’s Pro 400H line of films. The film is available in 35mm, 120 and sheet film format and coated on an acetate base.

NameKodak Professional Portra 400Kodak Professional Portra 400
VendorKodak
TypeColour (negative)
Native ISO400
Format(s)35mm, 120, Sheet
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Datasheet: Download the Kodak Portra 400 datasheet.

 

Kodak Professional Portra 800

Released in 1998 along with Kodak Portra 160 and 400, Portra 800 is currently the highest-speed colour negative film in production (ISO 800/30°). Unlike Portra 160 and 400 the film was not previously made available in NC/VC versions and unlike 400, has not been upgraded to include KODAK VISION motion picture film technology.

The film is coated on a triacetate base and available in 35mm and 120 roll film format.

NameKodak Professional Portra 800Kodak Professional Portra 800
VendorKodak
TypeColour (negative)
Native ISO800
Format(s)35mm, 120
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Datasheet: Download the Kodak Portra 800 datasheet.

 

Kodak Professional T-MAX 100

KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX 100 is a continuous-tone panchromatic black and white negative film suggested for general outdoor and indoor photography. It is especially useful for detailed subjects and copy work. This film provides a nominal speed of ISO 100/21° in most developers, offers extremely high sharpness, extremely fine grain, and very high resolving power.

It is available in 35mm, 120 and sheet film formats and coated on a triacetate base.

NameKodak Professional T-MAX 100Kodak Professional T-MAX 100
VendorKodak
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO100
Format(s)35mm, 120, Sheet
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW reversal
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Datasheet: Download the Kodak T-MAX 100 datasheet.

 

Kodak Professional T-MAX 400

KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX 400 is an ISO 400/27° continuous-tone panchromatic black and white negative film especially useful for photographing dimly lighted subjects or fast action, for extending flash distance range, and for photographing subjects that require good depth of field and fast shutter speeds with maximum image quality for the film speed.

It is also useful for scientific and biomedical work, especially when fluorescence photography is required. The film offers very high sharpness, very fine grain, and very high resolving power; it allows a high degree of enlargement.

It is available in 35mm, 120 and sheet film formats and coated on a triacetate base.

NameKodak Professional T-MAX 400Kodak Professional T-MAX 400
VendorKodak
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO400
Format(s)35mm, 120, Sheet
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW reversal
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Datasheet: Download the Kodak T-MAX 400 datasheet.

 

Kodak Professional T-MAX P3200

KODAK PROFESSIONAL T-MAX P3200 is back. This black and white, multi-speed, panchromatic film has a nominal ISO of 800, is DX-coded for ISO 3200/36° and “normal” processing is based on a film speed of ISO 3200.

The film provides a slightly finer grain than other high-speed films and is ideally suited for very fast action; for dimly lighted scenes where you can’t use flash; for subjects that require good depth of field combined with fast shutter speeds; and for handholding telephoto lenses for fast action or in dim light. It is an excellent choice for nighttime photography.

It is available in 35mm format and coated on a triacetate base.

NameKodak Professional T-MAX P3200Kodak Professional T-MAX 3200
VendorKodak
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO3200 (800 nominal)
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW reversal
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Datasheet: Download the Kodak T-MAX 3200 datasheet.

 

Kodak Professional Tri-X 320

KODAK PROFESSIONAL TRI-X 320 and 400 (next listing) are high-speed panchromatic films featuring excellent tone gradation and brilliant highlights. Tri-X 320 is especially well suited to low-flare interior lighting or flash illumination. It is also useful for portraiture with low-contrast backlighting outdoors.

Tri-X 320 (320TXP) film is available in sheet format only and coated into a KODAK ESTAR base. The film can be reoutched on either the emulsion or film base side.

NameKodak Professional Tri-X 320Kodak Professional Tri-X 400
VendorKodak
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO320
Format(s)Sheet
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW reversal
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Kodak Professional Tri-X 400

Like TRI-X 320, KODAK PROFESSIONAL 400 is a high-speed panchromatic black and white film. The film has a legendary status in photojournalism and was responsible for capturing some of the most iconic black and white photographs of the 20th century.

TRI-X 400 (400TX) is available in 35mm and 120 roll film format. 120 roll film can be retouched on film base or emulsion side.

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NameKodak Professional Tri-X 400Kodak Professional Tri-X 400
VendorKodak
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO400
Format(s)35mm, 120
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW reversal
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Datasheet: Download the Kodak Tri-X 400 datasheet.

 

Kodak Professional Pro Image 100

KODAK PROFESSIONAL PRO IMAGE 100 Color Negative Film is a medium speed (ISO 100) film that features high colour saturation, accurate colour, pleasing skin-tone reproduction, and good underexposure latitude.

It is intended for portrait and social applications and can be stored at room temperature – even in hot, humid climates. Its printing characteristics are similar to those of KODAK GOLD Films to help simplify printing for photofinishers.

NameKodak Professional Pro Image 100Kodak Proimage 100
VendorKodak
TypeColour (negative)
Native ISO100
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak Alaris

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Datasheet: Download the Kodak Pro Image 100 datasheet.

 

Kodak ULTRA MAX 400

KODAK ULTRA MAX 400 film is an easy-to-use ISO 400/27° film designed for “snapshooters” and the perfect colour film for those just getting into film photography and experimenting with 35mm colour negative films.

Even when enlarged, ULTRA MAX 400 Film delivers excellent sharpness and fine grain for crisp, clear pictures. Optimized colour precision technology provides consistently bright, vibrant colours with accurate skin-tone reproduction for natural-looking people pictures. ULTRA MAX 400 Film is designed for processing in KODAK FLEXICOLOR chemicals and is printing compatible with KODAK GOLD Films.

NameKodak ULTRA MAX 400Kodak ULTRA MAX 400
VendorKodak
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO400
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Datasheet: Download the Kodak ULTRA MAX 400 datasheet.

 

Kodak VISION3 50D 5203

KODAK VISION3 50D Color Negative Film 5203/7203 is a low speed (ISO 50/18°) daylight-balanced film offering the world’s finest motion picture film grain to ensure a pristine, clean image that is full of colour and detail. 50D features unrivalled highlight latitude, flexibility in post-production, and proven archival stability. The film features an expanded dynamic range and excellent exposure latitude.

The film is coated onto acetate safety base with remjet backing, which required specialist removal. It should not be developed in regular minilab processors. The film’s standard development process is ECN2 and a C-41 process, while providing a similar response is technically a cross process.

This film is also sold as CineStill Xpro C-41 50 (50D) but with the remjet backing removed, meaning that is can be processed as normal C-41 film. It is worth noting that Cinestill’s “pre-removed” films do not have any anti-halation protection and thus provides a slightly different result.

NameKodak VISION3 50D 5203Kodak VISION3 50D 5203
VendorKodak
TypeMotion Picture Color (negative)
Native ISO50
Format(s)8, 16, 35, 65mm
35mm DX CodedN/A
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessECN-2
Cross processC-41
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Kodak VISION3 200T 5213

KODAK VISION3 200T Color Negative Film 5213/7213 is an ISO 200/24° tungsten-balanced film that provides the image structure of a 100-speed film with the versatility of a 200-speed film. Like other films in the KODAK VISION3 film family, VISION3 200T features unrivalled highlight latitude, reduced grain in shadows and proven archival stability.

The film performs superbly in both controlled interiors and in high-contrast exteriors. The film is coated onto acetate safety base with remjet backing, which required specialist removal. It should not be devel0ped in regular minilab processors. The film’s standard development process is ECN2 and a C-41 process, while providing a similar response is technically a cross process.

When shot in daylight (5500 K), a WRATTEN 2 / #85 filter is recommended.

NameKodak VISION3 200T 5213Kodak VISION3 200T 5213
VendorKodak
TypeMotion Picture Color (negative)
Native ISO200
Format(s)8, 16, 35, 65mm
35mm DX CodedN/A
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessECN-2
Cross processC-41
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Kodak VISION3 250D 5207

KODAK VISION3 250D Color Negative Film is a medium-speed ISO 250/25° film which incorporates the attributes of the Kodak’s latest VISION3 technology into a daylight-balanced emulsion. 250D provides outstanding skin tones and colour reproduction while adding technical innovations that improve performance and increase versatility for under/overexposure and archival stability. The film provides noticeably reduced grain in shadows and extended highlight latitude.

Like all other VISION3 stocks, the film is coated onto acetate safety base with remjet backing, which required specialist removal. It should not be developed in regular minilab processors. The film’s standard development process is ECN2 and a C-41 process, while providing a similar response is technically a cross-process.

Read the VISION3 250D 5207 review.

NameKodak VISION3 250D 5207Kodak VISION3 250D 5207
VendorKodak
TypeMotion Picture Color (negative)
Native ISO250
Format(s)8, 16, 35, 65mm
35mm DX CodedN/A
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessECN-2
Cross processC-41
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Kodak VISION3 500T 5219

KODAK VISION3 500T Color Negative Film 5219/7219 is an ISO 500/28° tungsten-balanced film, essentially a higher-speed version of Kodak 500T (above). The film performs superbly in both controlled interiors and in high-contrast exteriors and when shot in daylight (5500 K), a WRATTEN 2 Optical Filter / #85 is recommended.

When shot in daylight (5500 K), a WRATTEN 2 / #85 filter is recommended.

This film is also sold as CineStill Xpro C-41 800 Tungsten (800T) but with the remjet backing removed, meaning that is can be processed as normal C-41 film. It is worth noting that Cinestill’s “pre-removed” films do not have any anti-halation protection and thus provides a slightly different result.

NameKodak VISION3 500T 5219Kodak VISION3 500T 5219
VendorKodak
TypeMotion Picture Color (negative)
Native ISO500
Format(s)8, 16, 35, 65mm
35mm DX CodedN/A
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessECN-2
Cross processC-41
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Datasheet: Download the Kodak VISION3 500T 5219 datasheet

 

 

KONO! films

Launched in 2014, KONO! is a European analogue photographic company focused on the development of creative 35mm films. According to KONO!, “most KONO! films are based on obscure stock originally intended for shooting motion pictures, scientific purposes or anyplace else where photosensitive emulsions were used”. Despite this, all KONO! films have been pretreated so that they can be developed in standard minilabs.

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KONO! ALiEN 200

Pre-exposed Aliens. Yes, you get alien faces on your photographs. Able to be processed in a standard C-41 process, this is an ISO 200 film are provided in 24 exposure 35mm cassettes. The placement of the pattern is unique to each roll.

NameKONO! ALiEN 200KONO! ALiEN 200
VendorKONO!
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO400
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified Manufacturer

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KONO! Donau 6

KONO! Donau is an extremely blue and ultra slow colour negative film with a speed of around ISO 6. The perfect film for long exposure photography in the daytime or “extremely long exposures in the evening or at night”.

NameKONO! Donau 6KONO! Donau 6
VendorKONO!
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO6
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified Manufacturer

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KONO! KATZ 200

Pre-exposed cat paws. Yes, you get cat paws on your photographs. Able to be processed in a standard C-41 process, this is an ISO 200 film provided in 24 exposure 35mm cassettes. The placement of the pattern is unique to each roll.

NameKONO! KATZ 200KONO! KATZ 200
VendorKONO!
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO200
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
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KONO! KOLORIT 400 Tungsten

KOLORIT 400 Tungsten creates colourful, brilliant and vibrant pictures when used under artificial light and creates a blue hue when used in daylight.

NameKONO! KOLORIT Tungsten 400KONO! KOLORIT Tungsten 400
VendorKONO!
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO400
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified Manufacturer

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KONO! LIEBE 200

Pre-exposed pink hearts. Yes, you get pink hearts on your photographs. Able to be processed in a standard C-41 process, this is an ISO 200 film provided in 24 exposure 35mm cassettes. The placement of the pattern is unique to each roll.

NameKONO! LIEBE 200KONO! LIEBE 200
VendorKONO!
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO200
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
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KONO! LUFT

Pre-exposed blue hearts. Yes, you get blue hearts on your photographs. Able to be processed in a standard C-41 process, this is an ISO 200 film provided in 24 exposure 35mm cassettes. The placement of the pattern is unique to each roll.

NameKONO! LUFTKONO! LUFT
VendorKONO!
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO200
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
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Exposure latitude
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KONO! Rotwild 400

ROTWILD 400 creates intense tints, ranging from yellow to deep red. It is a colour Negative Effect Film, based on motion picture film stock and has been prepared for standard colour film processing in C-41 chemistry.

NameKONO! Rotwild 400KONO! Rotwild 400
VendorKONO!
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO400
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
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KONO! UFO 200

Pre-exposed UFOs. Yes, you get UFOs on your photographs. Able to be processed in a standard C-41 process, this is an ISO 200 film provided in 24 exposure 35mm cassettes. The placement of the pattern is unique to each roll.

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VendorKONO!
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Native ISO200
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
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KONO! WINTERMÄRCHEN

WINTERMÄRCHEN (winter fairytale) is pre-exposed with “coziness”…apparently!

NameKONO! WINTERMÄRCHENKONO! WINTERMÄRCHEN
VendorKONO!
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO200
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
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Push process
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Kosmo Foto films

Obsessed with film photography for nearly two decades, Stephen Dowling has been running his film photography blog Kosmo Foto for nearly half that time.

In 2017 Kosmo Foto (still bearing the name Zorki Photo at that time), announced its first film stock, Kosmo Foto Mono 100.

Kosmo Foto, with sister website World On Film, continues to spread news, reviews, views and reader photography hand-in-hand with the resurgence of film.

Further reading: Kosmo Foto Website

 

Kosmo Foto Mono 100

Kosmo Foto Mono is an ISO 100/21° panchromatic black-and-white. Like Arista EDU.ULTRA 100, it is rebranded Fomapan 100 Classic.

NameKosmo Photo Mono 100Kosmo Photo Mono 100
VendorKosmo Foto
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO100
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross process
Push process+2 stops
Exposure latitude±3 stops
Verified ManufacturerFoma Bohemia

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Leica films

The marketing blurb will tell you that Leica instant film lends every special moment you capture a unique look and feel. I will tell you that they’re made by Fuji and rebranded (according to current information).

 

Leica SOFORT colour film

To all intents and purposes, this is rebranded/white-labelled Fuji INSTAX Mini Color film: 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 INSTAX Mini compatible cameras.

NameLeica SOFORT colour filmFujifilm INSTAX Mini Color
VendorLecia
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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Leica SOFORT monochrom

To all intents and purposes, this is rebranded/white-labelled Fuji INSTAX Mini Monochrome film: An ISO 800 black and white 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 INSTAX Mini compatible cameras.

NameLeica SOFORT monochromFujifilm INSTAX Mini Monochrome
VendorLecia
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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Lomography films

Self-described as “photography’s wild child”, Lomography holds a unique position in the film photography community. Over the past decade alone, they have been responsible for bringing seven new films to market – not including a couple of versions of rebranded expired film stocks (hello F2 400!)

The company was established in Vienna in 1992 and since that time has released dozens of new film cameras, lenses and film stocks and of course, 110 format film.

Further reading: Lomography

 

Lomography Color Negative 100

Lomography Color Negative 100 is an ISO 100/21° colour negative film that produces vivid, sharp negatives suitable for both scanning and darkroom printing

The film is available in 35mm and 120 roll film formats, coated on an acetate base and can be push processed 2-3 stops to make the most of available light. In 35mm format, the film is DX coded at the time of publication.

NameLomography Color Negative 100Lomography Color Negative 100
VendorLomography
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO100
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
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Lomography Color Negative 400

Lomography Color Negative 400 is an ISO 400/27° colour negative film that produces vivid, sharp negatives suitable for both scanning and darkroom printing

The film is available in 35mm and 120 roll film formats, coated on an acetate base and can be push processed 2-3 stops to make the most of available light. In 35mm format, the film is DX coded at the time of publication.

NameLomography Color Negative 400Lomography Color Negative 400
VendorLomography
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO400
Format(s)35mm, 120
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Lomography Color Negative 800

Lomography Color Negative 800 is an ISO 800/30° colour negative film that produces vivid, sharp negatives suitable for both scanning and darkroom printing

The film is available in 35mm and 120 roll film formats, coated on an acetate base and can be push processed 1-2 stops to make the most of available light. In 35mm format, the film is DX coded at the time of publication.

Read the blind film review pitting Fuji Natura 1600, Kodak Portra 800 and Lomography Color Negative 800 head to head day and night in Hong Kong here.

NameLomography Color Negative 800Lomography Color Negative 800
VendorLomography
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO800
Format(s)35mm, 120
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerKodak

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Lomography Colour Tiger

Color Tiger is Lomography’s first 110 colour negative film and is coded to be read as ISO 100/21° by capable cameras. The film provides suitably sharp photographs (as can be expected from such a small format) and provides a neutral, earthy colour palette.

The film is available in single and three-pack boxes.

NameLomography Colour TigerLomography Colour Tiger
VendorLomography
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO200
Format(s)110
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
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Lomography Earl Grey 100

Lomography Earl Grey B/W 100 is an ISO 100/21° panchromatic black and white film available in 35mm and 120 roll film formats. The film is currently produced by Foma Bohemia and in 35mm format is available in 36 exposure DX coded cassettes.

NameLomography Earl Grey 100Lomography Earl Grey 100
VendorLomography
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO100
Format(s)35mm, 120
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW reversal
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerFoma Bohemia

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Lomography Lady Grey 400

Lomography Earl Grey B/W 400 is an ISO 400/27° panchromatic black and white film available in 35mm and 120 roll film formats. In 35mm format the film is available in 36 exposure DX coded cassettes.

NameLomography Lady Grey 400Lomography Lady Grey 400
VendorLomography
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO400
Format(s)35mm, 120
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross process
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Lomography Lobster Redscale

Color Redscale Tiger is Lomography’s first 110 colour negative film and is coded to be read as ISO 100/21° by capable cameras. The film provides suitably sharp photographs (as can be expected from such a small format) and provides the red and orange tones one would expect from a redscale film.

The film is available in single and three-pack boxes.

NameLomography Lobster RedscaleLomography Lobster Redscale
VendorLomography
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO100-400
Format(s)110
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
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Lomography LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400 (v2)

LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400 is a unique negative film designed to be shot at an EI range of anywhere between 100 and 400. The film produces false colours with an overall purple hue that are reminiscent of Kodak AEROCHROME colour infrared film.

The film currently on sale is Lomography’s second version, which limits the purple tone somewhat but as with its predecessor, responds with deeper purple hues when shot at a lower Exposure Index – EI 200/24° or EI 100/21° versus EI 400/27°.

The film is available in 35mm and 120 roll film formats. A version 3 formula was announced in September 2018 and is available for pre-order. The updated film is expected to be available for general release in early 2019.

NameLomography LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400Lomography LomoChrome Purple XR 100-400
VendorLomography
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO100-400
Format(s)16mm, 35mm, 120
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross processBW reversal
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified Manufacturer

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Lomography Orca 100

The only black and white 110 format film currently in production. Even with a tiny negative, this ISO 100/21° film produces pleasing results – seriously. Grain is obvious in high contrast situations; however, the film provides a nice range of mid tones.

As with other Lomography 110 films, it is available to purchase in single or 3-pack options at retail/online.

NameLomography Orca 100Lomography Orca 100
VendorLomography
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO100
Format(s)110
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified Manufacturer
Steppppps - Lomography Orca 110 shot at ISO80
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Lomography Peacock

Yep, it’s a 110 E6 film that demands cross processing. Colours are vibrant and lean toward yellows, greens and blues. Expect large grain when cross-processed but relatively small grain when processed in E6.

As with other Lomography 110 films, it is available to purchase in single or 3-pack options at retail/online.

NameLomography PeacockLomography Peacock
VendorLomography
TypeColor (positive)
Native ISO200
Format(s)110
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessE6
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
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Lomography Redscale 100

Having covered colour negative, slide and black and white film in 110, my thinking is that redscale film made the perfect next choice for the folks and Lomography. Expect the usual redscale yellows, golds and reds!

As with other Lomography 110 films, it is available to purchase in single or 3-pack options at retail/online.

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Lomography Redscale XR 50-200

Lomography’s eXtended Range films give you the option of choosing a film speed from a 3-stop range when using the film. This can result in some wildly different results from a single roll of film; from the fires of Mount Doom to giving your photos a warm, sunset feel, and even cooling blue tones. There really is nothing like it.

Choose this film to bathe your photos in warm shades of red and orange. Lomography Redscale XR 50-200’s extended range allows flexibility and unlimited possibilities.

The film is available in 35mm and 120 roll film format.

NameLomography Redscale XR 50-200Lomography Redscale XR 50-200
VendorLomography
TypeColor (negative)
Native ISO50-200
Format(s)35mm, 120
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessC-41
Cross process
Push process
Exposure latitude
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Lomography XPRO Chrome 100

This is Lomography’s updated cross processing slide film and provides repeatable, consistent results that increase the intensity of colours shot, rather than unpredictable colour shifts.

Grain is relatively controlled when cross-processed and acceptable when developed in E6. That said, if you intend to shoot a sharp, fine-grained slide film, you’re probably not going to be buying this film for that.

The film is currently only available in 35mm 3-packs.

NameLomography XPRO Chrome 100Lomography XPRO Chrome 200
VendorLomography
TypeColor (reversal/slide)
Native ISO200
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessE-6
Cross processC-41
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerAgfa-Gevaert N.V.

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Lomography XPRO 200

Available in both 35mm and 120 formats, Lomography’s XPRO 200 is reminiscent of Agfa RSX’s muted, earthy tones when developed in E6 chemicals but provides a light citrus hue when cross-processed in C-41 chemistry. Colours are bright and lean towards yellow, light green and blue.

The film is available in 35mm and 120 roll film format in 3-packs.

NameLomography XPRO 200Lomography XPRO Chrome 200
VendorLomography
TypeColor (reversal/slide)
Native ISO200
Format(s)35mm, 120
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivity
Normal ProcessE-6
Cross processC-41
Push process
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerAgfa-Gevaert N.V.

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Luckyfilm films

Not to be confused with China Lucky Film Corporation (乐凯 / 樂凱 / Lè Kǎi in simplified / traditional / pinyin Chinese), although that is where the film is manufactured.

Luckyfilm (华感 / 華感 / Huá Gǎn again, simplified / traditional / pinyin Chinese ) take direct responsibility for production of the raw film stock, which they then cut, load and package up before selling it via a combination of distributors, retailers and direct sales channels.

Currently only producing 35mm black and white film, the company hopes to bring both 120 format black and white and multi-format colour negative film into production as sales support growth.

Further reading: Luckyfilm vs Lucky Film

 

Luckyfilm New SHD100

Lucky New SHD 100 is an ISO 100 black and white black and white negative film for general outdoor and indoor photography. Ideally developed in Kodak D-76 or Luckyfilm’s own special developer formulation. At the time of writing the film is available through selected online retailers in 35mm / 36 exposure rolls only.

The film comes with improved tolerance to both high temperatures and humidity. The emulsion is laid down on a near-transparent polyester base which is thinner than it’s predecessor.

Read the Luckyfilm New SHD100 review.

NameLucky New SHD100Lucky New SHD100
VendorLuckyfilm (感花)
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO100
Format(s)35mm, 120
35mm DX Coded
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW reversal
Push process+4 stops
Exposure latitude
Verified ManufacturerLuckyfilm (感花)

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MACO films

Since the early 2000s, MACO has been producing and selling films under the Rollei brand name through their website macodirect.de and other online/physical retailers. Based almost exclusively on black and white negative Agfa and Agfa-derived recipes (Aviphot), MACO provides a range of film stocks which encompasses: very slow, high-resolution technical films, surveillance, infrared and consumer films.

Most recently the company announced a limited run of Rollei Vario Chrome, an expired slide film, rebadged and sold as a multi-speed colour slide film stock in 35mm / 36 exposure cassettes.

Further reading: MACO direct

 

MACO Traffic Surveillance Eagle AQS

MACO Traffic Surveillance Eagle AQS is a 35mm ISO 400, red-sensitive panchromatic traffic surveillance film available only in 17m/30m bulk loading cores.

The film provides high sharpness and can be push processed 4-stops to still produce a result capable of resolving fine detail such as vehicle license plates and aiding in driver identification – something one would expect from a surveillance film still used commercially today.

The film is coated on a polyester base.

NameMaco Eagle AQSMaco Eagle AQS
VendorMACO direct
TypeBlack and white (negative)
Native ISO400
Format(s)35mm
35mm DX CodedYes
Spectral sensitivityPanchromatic + near-IR
Normal ProcessBW
Cross processBW Reversal
Push process+4 stops (EI 6400)
Exposure latitude
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Ending part four

115 film stocks down and ~60 more to go. There are three further parts to come in this series:

The final part will serve as a redux of sorts, providing a single linked reference for each of the films covered through the series, as well as a few interesting breakdowns by vendor, (verified) manufacturer, format and any other metric I can think of to cut it up.

If there’s a specific breakdown you’d like to see, please let me know in the comments.

Thanks to Kodak, KONO!, Lomography and Macodirect for the use of respective product images. You’ll find links to them in their listings, so please go pay them a visit.

~ EMULSIVE

 

 

Updates

2018-11-20: Added new online store links.

2018-10-04: Added new Kodak EKTACHROME E100, updated running count.

2018-09-20: Added new Lomochrome Purple v3 details, updated running count.

2018-05-30: First version published.

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