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Kodak 135-24 BW400CN (Chromogenic C-41) Print Film (ISO-400)

B&H # KOBW400CN24 MFR # 8059370 USA
Kodak 135-24 BW400CN (Chromogenic C-41) Print Film (ISO-400)

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Kodak Professional BW400CN Film is a multi-purpose 400-speed black-and-white chromogenic film designed for processing in color negative chemistry and printing on color negative paper.

NOTE: BW400CN Film is a direct replacement for Portra 400BW Film and also replaces T400CN Film.

Remarkably fine grain and smooth tonal transition will impress even diehard black-and-white purists
It can be processed wherever you take your color film
This film is intended for exposure with daylight, electronic flash, and artificial illumination. You can also obtain pleasing results under other light sources, i.e. illumination in stadiums, without using filters
Type 35mm black and white chromogenic film
Speed ISO 400
Applications Portrait/wedding, commercial and advanced amateur
Process C-41
Color Saturation Smooth, neutral tone image with outstanding highlight and shadow detail
Grain Fine
Sharpness High
Exposure Latitude Not specified
Push/Pull Not specified
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