Kodak BW400CN - Black and White

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One of the best inventions is the Kodak BW400CN (Black and White film). On one hand, its definition is completely clear and its ISO is perfect for every lighting situation.

But the best and most important thing is that you don’t need to develop the film in black and white solution, but develop it in color solution. That is it! This negative is developed with chemical C41, so you can take it to any Photo laboratory.

While it is completely fine to develop it at home, sometimes work and studies will take up all of your time. So it is better for a friendly laboratory to develop the film for you because white and black chemicals might be too expensive.

Unfortunately, it is a little difficult to find this kind of film and sometimes tends to be very expensive. But you can always find good prices on online stores. It is also still in production.

I only wish I could more of those, but I hope to get it soon, because it is one of my favorite black-and-white films.

Although Ilford is the twin brother of this film, I have never used it because I have already discovered the Kodak and I think I will just stay with that.

Go get that reel!!!

written by iaki on 2011-03-14 in #reviews #c41 #35-mm-kodak #black-and-white #negative #black-white #400 #lomography #user-review
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5 Comments

  1. kylewis
    kylewis ·

    I love this film the more expired the better!

  2. itsdebraanne
    itsdebraanne ·

    why are there white borders around your images?

  3. mylatehope
    mylatehope ·

    I love this film too, it's great when you have a photo project that needs to be developed today!

  4. iaki
    iaki ·

    thanks for the translate!

  5. ann_martin
    ann_martin ·

    I founds this film in a local drug store earlier this week and am really excited to try it out soon!

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