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 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 and performs well under a variety of lighting conditions.

Kentmere 100 gives you a slower film speed than its Kentmere 400 partner, useful for when you want optimal detail.

Due to its reliability and low cost, it is popular as an introductory film for new film users. It’s also a firm favourite for film photographers on a budget. When you handle it well, it can punch well above its price tag.

These days made by Ilford Photo, Kentmere films are well known for their quality and reliability. If you’ve never shot Kentmere before, they are well worth a try. We think the results will impress. And you will save yourself some money in the process.

Kentmere film is also available in 120 format.  If you like this film you might like Ilford FP4 Plus 125 and Fomapan 100.

 

This Is How You Shoot Kentmere PAN 100

Want to see some of the different ways you can use Kentmere PAN 100? We have put together some of our favourite PAN 100 shots by our customers – you can see them here.

Want to see more? Read our Kentmere PAN 100 Film Review.

 

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. Then check out the other 35mm 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.

 

Explore

Have a look at our Black And White Film Reviews to see how different films compare. You can see our results with Kentmere 400 in a Harman Reusable Camera.

Then have a look at how our customer shoot their film – This Is How You Shoot Film. We have a good selection of all the popular Black And White Films, including Ilford HP5Ilford FP4,  Kodak Tri-xFomapan 400 and Kentmere Pan 100.

 

How To Develop Film

And, if you would like to learn more about developing your own film, you might be interested in our guides How To Develop Black And White Film and How To Develop Colour Film.

Also check out How To Develop Film At HomeHow To Prepare Film Developing Chemistry, and Black And White Film Developing Times

Additional information

Brand

Film Development

Black and White

Film Exposures

36

Film Format

Film Sensitivity

Film Type

Negative

2 reviews for Kentmere PAN 100 35mm Film 36 Exposures

  1. Parallax Photographic Coop

    Kentmere Pan 100 film is one of a budget range made by Ilford, who are well known for their quality and reliability. We have to say how impressed we are with the detail and sharpness. Also, there is a great range of mid-tones. We got nice clean lines and smooth gradation in the greys. We think this would make a perfect black and white companion to Kodak Colorplus 200. As with Colorplus, you can’t really go wrong with this film for the price.

  2. Josh Sitoh

    This film stock was the first roll I ever shot on film. I just gotten into film, and I decided I couldn’t go wrong, since I wouldn’t know what I’d be doing anyways. Boy, I was wrong. Fast forward a year later, it’s still one of my favourite B&W films for on the go shooting. It has a good tonal range, pleasant contrast, and versatile for a lot of situations. I’ve shot it indoors, overcast days, harsh light, and it hasn’t let me down yet. I almost always shoot my film at box speed, and this film delivers. 12/10

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