The New P30 B&W 35mm Film from FILM Ferrania

2017-02-02 4

After a weeks since Kodak's announcement of the Ektachrome, now FILM Ferrania introduces a new film stock. It's only February and it's analogue photography seems to be facing a pretty bright future.

FILM Ferrania just released a new film stock called Ferrania P30, a black and white 35mm film. The film stock will be released in a limited "ALPHA" edition, a recreation of the original film stock that was popular half a century ago. The new Ferrania P30 ALPHA will be unmatched by any other film stock in the current analogue market due to the cinematic quality with ultrafine grain and very high silver content, with silver density of 4 grams per square meter.

You can purchase the Ferrania P30 Alpha for pre-order at the company's online store on mid-February 2017.

Here's some sample photographs shot with the P30:

Credits: Adam Goldberg, Dave Bias, Gianni Giovannini, Jess Hibbard
Credits: Zeb Andrews; Gianni Giovannini; Heather Camp

Materials used for this news is from the Film Ferrania website.

written by lomographymagazine on 2017-02-02 #gear #news #film #black-and-white #35mm #analogue-photography #black-and-white-photography #film-ferrania

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  1. stouf
    stouf ·

    Looks great! Hopefully the stripes were caused by a dirty camera : )

  2. carsten-schmitt
    carsten-schmitt ·

    @stouf Yeah, read the full article on Ferrania's website. This is very early pre-production material and the scratches are just that - scratches, not a built-in feature. ;-)

  3. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    does the "p" similar with kodak px 125?

  4. carsten-schmitt
    carsten-schmitt ·

    @hervinsyah I would not think so. P30 can be very contrasty if not tamed. At least that's what I've heard from those who have already tried it.

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