Vintage Aerial Film
Medium Format 120
ISO 100
12 pcs sheets
Black & White
No DX Code
SKU: GC118-FW-K-120

Film Washi K - ISO 100 / 21° - Vintage Aerial 120 Film

Film Washi K - ISO 100 / 21° - Vintage Aerial 120 Film is converted from rolls of Kodak Plus-X Aerographic Film 2402, that expired in 2000. The production of Kodak Plus­-X ceased in 2011, but it still remains one of the major films of the analog era. It will give good results for all kind of classic photography. As this original stock of film is perforated, perforations will be visible one edge for 120. This "aerographic" version of Kodak Plus-X is slightly more sensitive to red and will give very nice results with landscape photo.

Specifications

  • Film type: Black&White

  • Film Format: Medium Format 120

  • Speed: ISO 100/21°

  • Grain: Fine

  • Contrast: Moderate

  • Production process: Industrial coating

  • Base: Polyester, 100 μm

  • Spectral sensitivity: Maximum 700 nm

  • Darkroom safelight: Total darkness

  • Original use: Film Washi K - ISO 100 / 21° - Vintage Aerial 120 Film is made from a 3 km Kodak Plus-X film stock for aerial photography. Expired since 2000 it has been well preserved and still give very nice results

  • Recommended use: Kodak Plus-X is not produced since 2011 but it still remain as one of the major film of the analog era. It will give good results for all kind of classic photography

  • Loading: From bottom to top of the holder, the notch must be placed in the upper right corner

  • Standard sizes: 12 pcs sheet-film pack : 4x5", 5x7" - 120 – perforated edge is indicated by a sticker

  • Usage tips: As this original stock of film is perforated, perforations will be visible on two side of the pictures for 4x5 and one edge for 120. This "aerographic" version of Kodak Plus-X is slightly more sensitive to red and will give very nice results with landscape photo

Specifications

Exposure: 100 iso - Developer: Ultrafin - Dilution: 1+10 - Time: 8 mn - T°C: 20°C

Exposure: 100 iso - Developer: Rodinal - Dilution: 1+25 - Time: 6 mn - T°C 20°C

Exposure: 100 iso - Developer: D-76 - Dilution: 1+1 - Time: 7 mn - T°C: 20°C

Exposure: 100 iso - Developer: HC-110 - Dilution: B - Time: 5 mn - T°C: 24°C

Exposure: 100 iso - Developer: Ilfosol 3 - Dilution: 1+9 - Time: 5 mn - T°C: 20°C

Exposure: 100 iso - Developer: Ilfotec L29 - Dilution: 1+19 - Time: 5.5 mn - T°C: 20°C

Exposure: 100 iso - Developer: Xtol - Dilution: 1+1 - Time: 5 mn - T°C: 24°C

Vintage Aerial Film
Medium Format 120
ISO 100
12 pcs sheets
Black & White
No DX Code
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Product Overview

Film Washi K - ISO 100 / 21° - Vintage Aerial 120 Film is converted from rolls of Kodak Plus-X Aerographic Film 2402, that expired in 2000. The production of Kodak Plus­-X ceased in 2011, but it still remains one of the major films of the analog era. It will give good results for all kind of classic photography. As this original stock of film is perforated, perforations will be visible one edge for 120. This "aerographic" version of Kodak Plus-X is slightly more sensitive to red and will give very nice results with landscape photo.

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Key Features

Vintage Aerial Film

Vintage Aerial 120 Film is converted from rolls of Kodak Plus-X Aerographic Film 2402, that expired in 2000 and remains one of the major films of the analog era.

Medium Format 120

Film Washi K is a medium format 120 film.

ISO 100

Film Washi K has an ISO of 100/21°.

12 pcs sheets

Film Washi K contains a 12 pcs sheet-film pack : 4x5", 5x7".

Black & White

Film Washi K requires black and white hand development.

No DX Code

Film Washi K does not have a DX code.

Film Washi - K.

Vintage aerial film

Film Washi - K.

Better Reds

This "aerographic" version of Kodak Plus-X is slightly more sensitive to red and will give very nice results with landscape photo.

Double Perforations

Double Perforations

As this original stock of film is perforated, perforations will be visible on two side of the pictures for 4x5 and one edge for 120.

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