Here is my experience (in the form of ten shots) with Fomapan Classic 100. This is a film manufactured by Foma Bohemia — a Czech company, established in 1921 and producing films, photographic papers and chemicals even today.
Here is a link to the page with technical details of Fomapan Classic 100 film.
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Here is my experience with AGFA Gevatone N33p cut sheet film. Having found scarce information and even less examples with it on internet, I opened the box to discover its leaflet. It is described as continuous-tone film with a high gradation.
Internet search told me that this material has been used to store information where … Read the rest
“This universal film combines excellent image quality with speed for universal application. It is suitable for a very wide photographic spectrum, including, for example, portrait, landscape as well as abstract photography. Push processing makes its use up to ISO 200/24° possible.”
The above is a marketing description of APX 100 in their 2004 AGFA product … Read the rest
Here is my experience with black and white negative film ORWO NP-22. In production from 1965, this film was available in many formats — 135, 120, 127, 620, cut sheet film… The stash I have is in 6.5×9 cm cut sheet in boxes of 25 films expired in 1991.
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In the past, AGFA Scientia EM has been used to capture microscope images. It has been in production in a number of formats — cut sheet, glass plates, etc. The canister I got is in 35mm size, unperforated.
If you look it up on the internet, you will find mostly scientific research papers that mention … Read the rest