Lomopedia: Fomapan 100 120 Film


Good work ain’t cheap and cheap work ain’t good but the Fomapan 100 120 film begs to differ. This classic 120 film offers top-quality performance at a fraction of the price of higher-end black and white films in the market.

Fomapan 100 120 film via Lomography

The Fomapan 100 120 film is a versatile black and white film that has great tones and low grains, a perfect combination of effects that can make your monochrome prints stand out. Even when underexposed, the Fomapan 100 still retains its good qualities without having the need to compensate in processing.

Users can expect dramatic effects with this 120 film. With the right settings and lighting, the Fomapan 100 can make breathtaking photographs reminiscent of stylized noir movies. Perfecting your black and white shots can be made easy with an affordable and reliable film like Fomapan 100 120.

Fomapan 100 120 Film Technical Specifications:

Type: panchromatic black and white negative 120 film
Developing: black and white negative processing
ISO: 100
Exposures: 12 per roll

Take a look at some photos taken with the Fomapan 100 120 film by our very own community members:

Photos by megustastu, kasta72, evev, anna_logue, fotofilx, why-yu, fish300, anelfandhiszippo, and cryboy

All information used in this article was sourced from Photo.Net, Foma, and Josh Harmon.

written by cheeo on 2016-12-31 #gear #film #black-and-white #monochrome #120 #100 #fomapan #gear #b-w #panchromatic #lomopedia

One Comment

  1. jf_bonnin
    jf_bonnin ·

    I use 100° ISO Fomapan in 35mm film since 2012 : this is very, very good and practical to process.

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