I recently purchased this film from Analogue Wonderland whilst buying some other 120mm film:
The Fomapan film is available in different ISO’s from 100-400. I decided on the 200 ISO because I knew I wanted to use it on a bright sunny day in England.
I had seen some photos taken by other people using this film and I liked the style of photos the film seems to produce.
The other appealing thing about the film is that it is very cheap and can be purchased for £3.50 at Analogue Wonderland.
If I’m completely honest, amongst the other more expensive films I had purchased from Analogue Wonderland, this one had remained at the bottom of my pile. This was because I was waiting for a very sunny day and I also viewed it as not being of great quality because it was very cheap.
I recently spent the weekend in Rye with some friends. It was a beautiful sunny day on the Sunday so I decided to take a walk around Rye and test out this film in my Hasselblad.
When I got the film developed, I was extremely impressed with the quality and contrast of the photos. Here are some of the photos I took:
It’s definitely a film I’ll be buying again as I think it is great value for money. I also want to try out the other ISO formats they do.