Fomapan 400 35mm Film 36 Exposures

Fomapan 400 is an excellent budget choice. One of the cheapest black and white films we sell. A high speed, medium contrast film. Reliable and affordable.

Want to see some of the different ways you can use Fomapan 400? We have put together some of our favourite shots from our customers – you can see them here.

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Fomapan 400 35mm Film 36 Exposures

Fomapan 400 35mm Film is an excellent budget choice. One of the cheapest black and white films we sell. A high speed, medium contrast film, it is a particularly flexible film. A reliable and affordable choice for most photography styles.

Fomapan 400 is a 400 ISO film. You can expect negatives with a good tonal range and some visible grain under most lighting conditions.

Additionally, Fomapan 400 will respond well to push and pull processing. We have found Fomapan is usable up to 1600 ISO. This increases both the contrast and grain of the film. Find out more about push processing in our Guide To Pushing And Pulling Film.

Fomapan films are a good option when you’re starting out as they are affordable across the range of 35mm, medium and large format. Plus, you can experiment with three different speeds; 100, 200 and 400.

Not for you? Have a look at the other Fomapan films we stock. Fomapan 400 is also available in 120, 4×5 and 35mm bulk rolls.

If you have never shot film before, here’s your beginners guide to film photography and shooting film.

 

This Is How You Shoot Fomapan 400

Want to see some of the different ways you can use Fomapan 400? We have put together some of our favourite shots from our customers – you can see them here.

Want to see more? Read our Fomapan 400 Film Reviews. Then see our post on Negative Feedback’s Black and White Film Comparisons.

 

Guide To Film Photography

And, if you’re new to analogue photography, check out our Beginners Guide To Film Photography. It’s a great starting point when you first start shooting film. Also, have a look at our full range of 35mm film, there a load of different ones to try.

 

Which Is The Best Film To Choose?

Have you just got hold of a film camera and 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.

Additional information

Brand

Film Development

Black and White

Film Exposures

36

Film Format

Film Sensitivity

Film Type

Negative

4 reviews for Fomapan 400 35mm Film 36 Exposures

  1. Parallax Photographic Coop

    A good budget option when it comes to black and white. We like the results we got. The negatives have nice contrast and visible, but not excessive, grain. Considering the cost, we think it stands up well next to Ilford HP5 and Kodak Tri-X.

  2. A

    This is a good solid film for street photography and reportage – not as flexible as HP5+ and Tri-X in terms of pushing, but it has a distinct look with quite “old-fashioned” tones and thick shadows, and the price is great. Grain is noticeable but not excessive.

  3. d_tsalmidis

    A great budget b&w film, with medium contrast. Not that forgiving in terms of latitude, as it produces great results and contrast when pushed to 800, but would not recommend pushing further than that. The grain is visible and gives a vintage, recognisable look to the film.

  4. harrehk

    An amazing budget black and white film. It produces great results at box speed and 800. Especially great if you’re delving into developing your own film as there’s plenty of recipes available to try and if it doesn’t work out the first time you can have loads stocked up to shoot again and again. Highly recommend everyone tries it out!

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