10 Under $10: Affordable 35mm Film Picks!

Today, we’re diving into the world of affordable 35mm film, where quality meets affordability. When it comes to scoring the best deals on film, it pays to shop around. While big-name retailers might overcharge, we’ve discovered a gem in the form of filmphotographystore.com. With their commitment to fair pricing, they’re our go-to for stocking up on film without breaking the bank.

In our latest blog post, we’re thrilled to share our top 10 favorite films available for under $10, all courtesy of the Film Photography Project. From vibrant color to classic black and white, there’s something for every shooting style.

Our top color film picks for under $10:

  1. KODAK GOLD 200: A timeless favorite, perfect for capturing those everyday moments with warmth and clarity.
  2. Kodak ProImage 100: Known for its fine grain and vibrant colors, it’s an ideal film for daylight photography and landscapes!
  3. Kodak Ultramax 400: Delivering vibrant saturated color, beautiful grain, and with it’s high exposure latitude and 400iso, it’s incredibly versatile!

Our top B&W film picks for under $10:

  1. Ilford HP5 Plus 400: Renowned for its versatility and beautiful grain, it’s a go-to option for both beginners and seasoned photographers.
  2. Kodak Tri-X 400: A classic choice loved by professionals and hobbyists alike, with its iconic grain structure and exceptional contrast.
  3. Kentmere Pan 100: Offering a smooth tonal range and crisp detail, it’s a very affordable option that produces incredible results.

These are our top 10 color and B&W film stocks under $10 at the FPP!

But that’s not all, here’s all the 35mm film options for $10 or less at the FilmPhotographyStore.com!

So whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting your film journey, we invite you to explore the magic of affordable 35mm film. Let’s capture memories, one frame at a time!

Speaking of affordability, here at The Darkroom we provide free film mailers to send in your film and our easy online processing starts at $13 per roll! We process 35mm and 120, as well as half frame, single use cameras, 110, 126, APS and large format in (C-41) Color Negative, B&W, and (E-6) slide film. We provide three scan options: standard, enhanced, & super scans, all of which are uploaded to your own personal Darkroom account where you can view, download, print, and archive from the connivence our our mobile app or website and on top that, we always return the negatives along film film index prints and a fresh film mailer for your next order!

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