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Rollei Ortho 25 120 Black and White Film (5 Rolls)

Rollei Ortho 25 120 Black and White Film (5 Rolls)

Rollei Ortho 25 120 Black and White Film (5 Rolls)

B&H # ROO251205 MFR # 3721005
Rollei Ortho 25 120 Black and White Film (5 Rolls)

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  • Monochromatic Slow Speed Film
  • Suitable for Daylight/Tungsten Lighting
  • Polyester Base for Stability
  • Excellent Resolving Power / 330 Lines/mm
  • Very Sharp / Very Fine Grain
  • Non-Curling Rear Coating for Flatness
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This is five rolls of Ortho 25 120 Black and White Film from Rollei. This monochromatic slow speed film displays extremely high sharpness and a very fine grain structure. This film is suitable for scientific and artistic endeavors such as half-tone reproductions. It can also be used as a black and white slide film. It has a two-stop latitude depending on how it is processed.

Sensitized with low speed ISO 25/15
Special coating for an improvement in the film transport properties of cameras
Polyester base support guarantees the highest level of archive stability
Excellent resolving power of 330 lines/mm
"Non-curling" backside coating to improve flatness
Especially suited for digital scanning applications
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Specifications
Type 120 black and white film
Speed ISO 25
Sensitivity Spectral sensitivity 380 - 610nm
Applications Reproductions, radiographic reproductions, astro photography, black-and-white and blue slide for graphic distancing
Process Rollei RLC (low contrast)
Rollei Rollei HC (high contrast)
Rollei RHS (high speed)
Color Saturation Not Applicable
Grain Extremely fine
Sharpness Very high
Exposure Latitude Two stops
Push/Pull Not Specified by Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.3 x 3.6 x 1.4"

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