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Rollei/AGFA RPX 400 35mm Black and White Negative Film (36 Exposure, 2 Pack)

B&H # RORPX435362 Mfr # 810436
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Product Highlights
  • ISO 400
  • High Speed Film for General Use
  • Fine Grain
  • Wide Tonal Range
  • Wide Exposure Latitude
  • Very Sharp
  • Excellent Indoor/Outdoor Film

This is a two pack of RPX 400 35mm Black and White Negative Film from Rollei. This is a high speed film that has a wide variety of photographic applications ranging from portraits to architecture. It can also be used indoors with great success. Its wide tonal range is complemented by good contrast and very fine grain and high sharpness. Its latitude is wide and is sensitized from 380 to 660nm.

Note! Maco is the actual owner and manufacturer of this film. They purchased the Rollei and Agfa names and formulas. This item may be sold under different names but it is the same film

General indoor and outdoor photography applications
Fine grain
Enables good sharpness
Broad tonal range with good contrast
Broad exposure latitude
Compatible with many developers
Panchromatic sensitized
Sensitized from 380 to 660nm at 2.850K
Type 35mm black and white negative film
Speed ISO 400
Applications General purpose photography
Process Rollei RPX-D developer, Kodak D-76, Ilford Microphen, Rollei RLS or Ilford Perceptol
Color Saturation Not Applicable
Grain Fine
Sharpness High
Exposure Latitude Wide
Push/Pull Can be pushed three stops

Film Accessories

Samigon -  35mm Film Retriever
  • You Pay: $4.95
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