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Disclaimer: Unlike most film reviews that have comparison shots of the same subject, taken under different settings and exposure values, this review will feature a set of photos that show the film's capability to perform under different lighting conditions.
The past 15 years or so have not been easy for film photographers: Most photo labs have closed their doors, major brands no longer manufacture analog cameras, and the few remaining repair shops are all but out of parts.
Welcome to part three of my review of Luckyfilm's NEW SHD 100 black and white negative film, this time describing the film shot at EI 400 and bracketed +/- 1 stop of under and overexposure.
It's about time to wrap up the part of this series that covers Bergger's 35mm Pancro 400 film with something a bit special: reversal development results.
Before you start scratching your head or disappear altogether, allow me a minute or
UPDATE: Scott Micciche has published part one of his extensive FERRANIA P30 tests. A best practices guide showing results from six developers in eight development schemes.
This article forms part one of a multi-part review series.
Welcome to part three of my Bergger Pancro 400 review series, which this time takes the film to EI 1600, while maintaining the +/-1 stop brackets that you've come to know and love.
In case you're new to the
UPDATE: Part two: EI 800 bracketed +/- 1 stop is hereRead part two of this series, exploring Pancro 400 shot at EI 800 and bracketed +/- 1 stop here!
You may have seen this recent article covering all the