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Fomatone MG Classic 131 FB is a fibre-based darkroom paper. It has a double-weight fibre base which gives your prints a high-quality finish. As a warmtone paper, has a warm white base colour and will give a noticeably warm image tone to your image. It will give your images a brown/orange tone compared to a neutral-tone paper. It comes in a semi-matt finish. Giving it a smooth surface that will boost contrast and bring out black tones. But you should expect it to give you similar qualities to most matt surface papers.Add to basket Continue
Here is our Kodak Gold 200 120 Film Review. We shot a roll of Kodak Gold in our Fuji GA645i medium format camera. So, have a look at our film test and see what you think. Gold 200 is one of Kodak’s consumer range films and, until recently, was only available in 35mm. Gold 200…Continue
An extremely fine-grained, high acutance film developer. This long shelf-life, staining developer will give full film speed with most films. Although small, the 100ml bottle will develop between 30-100 35mm rolls. Plus, it has a 5+ year shelf life! You get razor-sharp and extremely fine-grained negatives. Most ISO 100 films go grainless!Add to basket Continue
A powder black and white combined developer and fix. Easy to use. A simple way to process black and white film at any room temperature (20-28°C). You can develop 16 rolls of film with 1L of Monobath.Read more Continue
Here is our CineStill BWXX 120 Film Review. We shot a roll on our Fuji GA645i. So, have a look at our film test and see what you think. BWXX Double-X, the black and white film from CineStill, is now available in 120 format. Just like their colour films, this is repurposed Kodak movie film.…Continue