Foma Fomapan 16mm R100 B&W Single Perforated Reversal Film (100')

Foma Fomapan 16mm R100 B&W Single Perforated Reversal Film (100')

Foma Fomapan 16mm R100 B&W Single Perforated Reversal Film (100')

B&H # FOR10016100 MFR # 411810

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The 100’ Fomapan 16mm R100 B&W Single Perforated Reversal Film from Foma is a panchromatic sensitized reversal film intended for taking black & white transparencies and / or making movies. This film is characterized by appreciable differentiation of fine gray shades, both in areas of highlights and shadows. In the areas of normal exposures, the liner part of the characteristic curve shows the gradation of 1.1. Spectral sensitization of the film allows true transfer of color tones to the gray scale in sunlight exposure, and simultaneously enables full film speed usage even during exposure in artificial lighting.

An antihalo layer is integrated between the film base and emulsion to provide high image sharpness and resolving power, with fine grain and high contrast. The antihalo layer will decolorize during the processing. When processed in the R-100 process, a nominal speed rating of ISO 100 / 21° can be achieved.

This item is one 100’ (30.5m) roll of single 16mm film than can be used as an effective replacement for the Agfa Scala films.

True black & white reversal film
16mm, one-edge perforated / 100' (30.5m)
Can be developed in standard black and white chemicals to get a negative, but the film is optimized for the slide process
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Film Type B&W reversal film
Film Format 16 mm single-edge perforation 100.0' (30.5 m)
Resolving Power 115 lines per mm
Granularity RMS: 13.0 (measured at 1.1 γ, R-100 process)
Sensitivity ISO 100 / 21°
Base 0.125 mm cellulose triacetate safety film base
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Package Weight 0.4 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.2 x 4.1 x 1.2"
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