Fomapan 200 35mm Film 36 Exposures

Fomapan 200 35mm Film, sometimes referred to as Creative, is a panchromatic, black-and-white negative film. It is the only 200 ISO black and white film on the market.

This Fomapan Film has a low granularity, meaning it has a fine grain. It also has a good resolving power. Add to that contour sharpness and a wide range of halftones.

We shot a roll on our Lecia M6. So, have a look at our Film Review and see what you think.

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Fomapan 200 35mm Film 36 Exposures

Fomapan 200 35mm Film, sometimes referred to as Creative, is a panchromatic, black-and-white negative film. It is the only 200 ISO black and white film on the market.

This Fomapan Film has a low granularity, in other words, it has a fine grain. It also has good resolving power. Add to that edge sharpness and a wide range of halftones.

Fomapan 200 has a speed rating of ISO 200°. Noteworthy however, is the film’s wide exposure latitude. Due to this, the film gives good results even when overexposed by 1 stop (as ISO 10) or underexposed by 2 stops (as ISO 800). If you do alter the speed, Foma suggests that there is no need to alter processing times. We recommend doing some tests if you’re pushing or pulling the film.

Overall, this is an good, affordable, medium speed, general purpose film.

We shot a roll on our Lecia M6. So, have a look at our Film Review and see what you think.

Additional information

Brand

Film Development

Black and White

Film Exposures

36

Film Format

Film Sensitivity

Film Type

Negative

1 review for Fomapan 200 35mm Film 36 Exposures

  1. Ray Rapkerg

    This is a nice film that produces classic looking results. Great value for money. Historically very interesting, too, because it is basically a Soviet-era film. A lot of those iconic Soviet propaganda shots were taken on film similar to this. Its biggest weakness, I find, is that it scratches easily. The emulsion is really soft. So you need to take care when developing it. The look is quite mild, so if you want a bit more punchiness, don’t be afraid to give it longer development – and/or try exposing at ISO 160.

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