Whether you like black and white with strong contrast or very subtle shades of grey, whether you use 35mm, 120 or large format film, you are bound to find what you are looking for in our catalogue of b&w films: Bergger, Ilford, Foma, Fujifilm, Kodak, Tri-X, HP5+, T-Max 400, Pancro 400...
How to choose your black and white film?
There is still a wide choice of black and white film from different brands such as Kodak, Ilford, Bergger, Rollei, Agfa, Cinestill...
How to choose the right film for the situation?
First of all the format: it must correspond to the format of your film camera:
The small format also called 24x36, 35mm or 135. This is the most common format. The films are presented in metal cartridges coded DX or not. These films contain 12 frames, 24 frames or 36 frames.
The medium format, or 120. The image is 6 centimeters wide. The length depends on the format of your medium format camera: 4,5x6 , 6x6 , 6x7 , 6x8 , 6x9 or 6x12. The number of frames depends on this format and varies from 4 to 16 frames.
The large format. From 4x5 inch, we speak of large format. The usual film formats are 4x5, 5x7 and 8x10 inch.
Then, the sensitivity: depending on what you want to take a picture and the lighting conditions