Colour Print Film
35mm
ISO 100
36 Exposures
C41 & E6
No DX Code
SKU: GC118-FW-X-135

Film Washi X - ISO 100 / 21° - Maskless Color 135 Film

Film Washi X - ISO 100 / 21° - Maskless Color 135 Film is a technical film with no orange mask that gives beautiful warm toned and highly saturated pictures which recall the first colour negative film of the 40’s & 50’s. It also offer the possibility to process it in both C41 (negative) or E6 (slide) process.

Specifications

  • Film type: Colour Print Film

  • Film Format: 35 mm

  • Speed: ISO 100/21°

Colour Print Film
35mm
ISO 100
36 Exposures
C41 & E6
No DX Code
Regular price $30.00
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Product Overview

Film Washi X - ISO 100 / 21° - Maskless Color 135 Film is a technical film with no orange mask that gives beautiful warm toned and highly saturated pictures which recall the first colour negative film of the 40’s & 50’s. It also offer the possibility to process it in both C41 (negative) or E6 (slide) process.

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Key Features

Colour Print Film

Film Washi X is a technical film with no orange mask that gives beautiful warm toned and highly saturated pictures which recall the first colour negative film of the 40’s & 50’s.

35mm

Film Washi X is 35mm format film.

ISO 100

Film Washi X has an ISO of 100/21°.

36 Exposures

Film Washi X has 36 available exposures.

C41 & E6

Film Washi X offers the possibility to process it in both C41 (negative) or E6 (slide) processes.

No DX Code

Film Washi X does not have a DX code.

Film Washi - X.

Maskless colour film

Film Washi - X.

Best of both worlds

This film can be processed as negative film (in normal C41), or can be processed in E6 chemical to produce slides.

Retro Flare

Retro Flare

The absence of an orange mask offers pleasing saturations, reminiscent of early colour films from the 40s & 50s.

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