Flic Film Elektra 100 35mm Film 36 Exposures

Flic Film Elektra 100 is a 35mm is a fine-grained medium-speed film with excellent sharpness and colour. Respooled from Kodak Aerocolor IV colour negative film, it can be processed in regular C-41 chemistry.

 

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Flic Film Elektra 100 35mm Film 36 Exposures

Flic Film Elektra 100 is a 35mm fine-grained medium-speed film with excellent sharpness and colour. Respooled from Kodak Aerocolor IV colour negative film, it can be processed in regular C-41 chemistry.

 

Aerocolor

Primarily Kodak Aerocolor IV Negative Film 2460 is made for aerial mapping and reconnaissance photography. So, you will get true-to-life colours and very fine grain.

 

Load In Low Light

Because this Elektra 100 has a very thin film base, light can travel along the film and leave light leaks on the first few frames. It is recommended that you load this in low light to avoid light leaks.

 

Flic Elektra 100 Film Review

Want to see some sample images of this film? Well, we figured we better try it out. So, we put a roll of Flic Film Elektra 100 in our Yashica T4 and took it out around East Dulwich in South London. You can see the results in our Flic Elektra 100 Film Review.

 

Film Reviews

If you aren’t sure which film to pick next, head to our Film Reviews pages. We review the most popular films in the shop, as well as some new and lesser-known ones to see how they compare. You can find a list of all the films we have reviewed here.

Next up, have a look at How You Shoot. We like to see how you shoot the film you buy from us and feature some of our favourites on the site. It’s a great way to see what kind of results you can get from various films.

 

Film Photography

And, if you’re new to film check out our Beginners Guide To Film Photography. Also have a look at our guides to ApertureShutter Speed and Film Speed. Next, check out the other film we have in stock.

 

Which Is The Best Film To Choose?

Have you just got hold of a film camera and are not sure where to start? We have lots of films to choose from, but you might be wondering which is the best one for you. Then read our guide Choose Your Film. It will give you a good starting point and a clear idea of what the different films do.

 

Develop Your Film

If you would like to learn more about developing your own film, you should read our guides How To Develop Black And White Film, How To Develop Colour Film and How To Develop E6 Slide Film. These will all walk you through the steps of developing your film at home.

Also, check out How To Develop Film At Home for a list of everything you’ll need. How To Prepare Film Developing Chemistry will explain how to get your chemicals ready for processing. Once you’re ready to go, find your Black And White Film Developing Times.

Explore further and look at How To Stand Develop Film and Pushing and Pulling Film.

Additional information

Brand

Film Development

C41

Film Exposures

36

Film Format

Film Sensitivity

Film Type

Negative, Special Effects

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