Here’s an old film from the German Democratic Republic era: the Orwo NP 20, an 80 ISO 35mm film. This black and white film produces photos with incredibly soft tones.
I found ten old films in the school’s darkroom. All of them are expired and not provided in a casing of metal but of plastic, with only a small sticker. At first, I was a bit scared that the lab would not develop it, but I only had to wait a few days longer.
ISO 80 is a relatively unusual sensitivity, but it doesn’t mind being exposed on ISO 100. With the LC-A+ it’s the only way. I also exposed a film in an old LC-A on ISO 50 but this results in blurred photos out of the wrist.
The gray tones are soft, but also with a high contrast. The grain is fine. Somehow, all the photos look like old, faded postcards.
So, if you should find this film somewhere, at a flea market or anywhere else, try it out! Best in the LC-A. Just a great black and white film.