Tag: orwo

  • Orwochrom UT18 (35mm, 50 iso) User-Review

    2009-11-10 #gear
    Orwochrom UT18 (35mm, 50 iso) User-Review

    Anyone who knows me, knows I love strange film - the older and stranger the better! And this one is definitely strange: Expired in May 1992, this East German slide film was made to be developed in ORWO process 9165, chemicals which have long since been discontinued.

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  • ORWO Color QRS 100

    written by wil6ka on 2010-08-06 #gear
    ORWO Color QRS 100

    There is a certain mystery lingering around films that are out of production. Double that aura of being uknown, when the place of its origin is already gone. The perfect example is ORWO, the film monopolist in the deceased GDR.

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  • The Film that Will Not Exist Any More: ORWO Color NC19 (120, 64 iso)

    written by fish300 on 2010-08-06 #gear
    The Film that Will Not Exist Any More: ORWO Color NC19 (120, 64 iso)

    Not so long ago I got 10 coils of film - the ORWO colour NC19 - on the internet auction. When I bought this film at once I knew that it would be necessary to show it on cross-process (C41) because the manufacturer of this film, and chemistry for it (ORWO 5168) was stopped approximately in the mid-nineties, but the price surprised me: 2$ for a film.

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  • Crazy Colors of the ORWO NC 19

    written by frauspatzi on 2011-12-23 #gear
    Crazy Colors of the ORWO NC 19

    I bought this old ORWO color negative film from the junk dealer of our city. I got really crazy results!

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  • FED 50 Automat

    2010-02-05 #gear
    FED 50 Automat

    This little baby cost me $25 on ebay. It's a great almost-point-and-shoot camera for lower speed films, and a fantastic alternative to an LC-A if the $100-$250 is a little steep for you. It's a little larger than an LC-A, but the freedom of the battery-less selenium light meter more than makes up for that!

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  • The Incredible Soft Tones of Orwo NP 20 (35mm, 80 ISO)

    written by abcdefuck on 2012-01-11 #gear
    The Incredible Soft Tones of Orwo NP 20 (35mm, 80 ISO)

    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.

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