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Fomatone MG Classic 132 FB Paper Semi-Matt 8×10 25 Sheets

Fomatone MG Classic 132 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.

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Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)

Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) Here you can find links to PDFs of Material Safety Data Sheets for all our chemicals. You will find MSDS for Adox, Champion, Foma, Fotospeed, Fuji, Ilford, Kodak, Rollei and Tetenal below. Please contact us if you require any additional PDFs. Adox Film DevelopersSilvermaxAdonal (Rodinal) Champion Film DeveloperPromicrol Film DeveloperSuprol…

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Fomapan 400 Film Review

Here is our Fomapan 400 Film Review. We shot a roll on our Contax G2. So, have a look at our film test and see what you think. Fomapan is known for being the budget option when it comes to black and white film. Often overlooked, the Czech Republic-made film is a good alternative to its more…

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Adox, AgfaPhoto and CineStill Delivery

Our first delivery of Adox, AgfaPhoto and Cinestill films has arrived. We are pretty excited about these new arrivals. These films are some of the most popular, outside of the big three brands Ilford, Kodak and Fuji. Produced by smaller outfits, they offer some welcome variation on the standard films. They include low speed 20 ISO film, motion picture stock for 35mm and…

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Negative Feedback Black and White Film Comparisons

Our friends over at Negative Feedback have been at it again. In the latest video, George has been making some black and white film comparisons. In this episode, they take us to the impressive-looking Hackney Studios to shoot some portraits using natural light. Stocked up with some of the most popular black and white films currently available. We handed over some Fomapan 200, Fomapan…

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Kentmere PAN 100 35mm Film 36 Exposures

Kentmere PAN 100 35mm Film is one of the cheapest black and white films we sell. It offers impressively fine grain and sharpness and medium contrast while performing well under a variety of lighting conditions.

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Kentmere PAN 400 35mm Film 36 Exposures

Kentmere 400 35mm Film is one of the cheapest black and white films we sell. It offers impressively fine grain and sharpness and medium contrast, while performing well under a variety of lighting conditions. Kentmere 400 give you the higher film speed than its Kentmere 100 partner, useful for when you need a higher ISO.

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Harman Direct Positive FB Paper Glossy 8×10 25 Sheets

Harman Direct Positive FB Paper Glossy 8x10 25 Sheets paper is great to use in pinhole cameras. You get a positive print straight out of the camera. No need for a film negative or inter-negative. You develop Direct Positive paper in conventional black and white print chemistry. The result is a beautifully rich fibre based print. This is a fixed grade, high contrast paper. It is similar to Ilford Multigrade grade 3½ - 4.

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Harman Direct Positive FB Paper Glossy 4×5 25 Sheets

Harman Direct Positive FB Paper Glossy 4x5 25 Sheets paper is great to use in pinhole cameras. You get a positive print straight out of the camera. No need for a film negative or inter-negative. You develop Direct Positive paper in conventional black and white print chemistry. The result is a beautifully rich fibre based print. This is a fixed grade, high contrast paper. It is similar to Ilford Multigrade grade 3½ - 4.  

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Paterson Darkroom Tray 10×12

A white darkroom tray, perfect for developer, stop or fix when printing. The design of these developing trays will allow the chemicals to flow around the print when you gently agitate. The grooves in the bottom of the tray are also helpful when picking the print out of the chemistry.

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