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Ektar 100 is often the go-to low ISO color negative film. It’s a very versatile professional grade film known for its fine grain and poppy saturated color, great for landscapes, portraiture, and pushes well. If you’re looking for vibrant color and super fine grain we highly recommend Kodak Ektar 100 which is a color negative film that resembles...
Ilford makes Delta 3200 B&W film in both 35mm and 120 formats. This post compares the two formats shot with the same settings and similar focal lengths. See our Delta 3200 vs. TMAX p3200 35mm comparison We love the look of both but there’s a noticeable difference when it comes to the grain. 35mm film grain...
Modifying 120 Film for a 620 Film Camera There’s a lot of awesome old cameras out there the use 620 film. To use these cameras, your options are either to buy rerolled 620 film (filmphotographyproject 620 film) or modifying an inexpensive roll of 120 film. 120 film has the same focal length characteristics and is the same...