Washi F 100 35mm Film 24 Exposures
Washi F 100 35mm Film is a 100 ISO black and white orthochromatic film. A special X-ray film that was made to diagnose mass lung disease and it is the first time such film is made available to use in conventional cameras.
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Washi F 100 35mm Film
Washi F 100 35mm Film is a 100 ISO black and white orthochromatic film. F is a special X-ray film that was made to diagnose mass lung disease and it is the first time such film is made available to use in conventional cameras. It is truly a unique film. As the film doesn’t have an anti-halation layer you get a high diffusion effect and beautiful grain.
This roll has 24 exposures.
Develop Washi F
You can develop Washi F in standard black and white developers. Have a look at the Data Sheet for processing times.
Washi Speciality Films are films that have been repurposed. Machine coated in factories, but are not designed for regular photography. For example, emulsions like motion picture sound or leader film. Or, not made to record visible light, like an X-ray film. Some others were manufactured for governmental or military uses, such as surveillance films. However, all these films can be hacked to use in artistic or fun ways. Washi has converted these film to standard formats so that you can go shoot them.
Film Washi is the world’s smallest film company. Set up in 2013, in Brittany, France. Washi specialises in handcrafted film and industrial film conversion. Film Washi offers a wide range of unique and innovative films, including the original Washi W.
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.
Black and White