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Fomapan R100 Black and White Transparency Film (Double Standard 8mm, 32.8' Reel)

BH #FOR1002XS810 • MFR #411801
Foma
Fomapan R100 Black and White Transparency Film (Double Standard 8mm, 32.8' Reel)
Key Features
  • Panchromatic B&W Reversal Movie Film
  • ISO 100 / 21° in R-100 Process
  • Very Fine Grain and Sharpness
  • High Resolving Power and Contrast
Foma Fomapan R100 Double Black and White Transparency Film is a medium speed black and white reversal movie film. When processed in the R-100 process, a nominal speed rating of ISO 100 / 21° can be achieved. The film exhibits notable tonal separation in the highlight and shadow regions, and its panchromatic sensitivity provides accurate depiction of a full range of color tones into the gray scale when exposed under daylight conditions. An anti-halation layer is integrated between the film base and emulsion to provide high image sharpness and resolving power, with fine grain and high contrast.
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Foma 411801 Overview

Foma Fomapan R100 Double Black and White Transparency Film is a medium speed black and white reversal movie film. When processed in the R-100 process, a nominal speed rating of ISO 100 / 21° can be achieved. The film exhibits notable tonal separation in the highlight and shadow regions, and its panchromatic sensitivity provides accurate depiction of a full range of color tones into the gray scale when exposed under daylight conditions. An anti-halation layer is integrated between the film base and emulsion to provide high image sharpness and resolving power, with fine grain and high contrast.

This item is one 32.8' / 10m-long reel of double 8mm (standard) movie film.

Foma 411801 Specs

Film FormatStandard/Double 8 mm
Film TypeB&W Reversal
Film SpeedISO 100
Roll Length32.8' / 10 m
Spool/Core TypeR-90 Spool
PerforationSingle
Resolution115 lines/mm
Film BaseCellulose Triacetate
GranularityRMS = 13
Layer Thickness125.0 µm
Film ProcessingR-100
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.14 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)2.65 x 2.6 x 0.9"

Foma 411801 Reviews

My 8mm movie film of choice.

By Wayne
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-10-26

This is the second roll I've purchased, and intend to buy more in the future. I love this black and white film, takes me back to 1958 when I bought my first 8mm camera at age 16. Still taking movies today at age 80....for me it will never get old.

Keeping 8mm alive!

By Nick C
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2017-02-25

Got my first roll of this back a while ago and it's great! I shoot a lot of Super 8 but recently got a Keystone 8mm camera from my fiance's grandfather and I figured why not test it out. This is basically the only film commercially available for Double 8 (aka Regular 8 or 8mm) cameras so it's not like I had much of a choice. With that said, the film has great contrast and sharpness if the lenses are still in good shape. Got it processed/scanned at CineLab and it does have some specs and what not but I think it's part of the Fomapan film but honestly, I love the look of it so I don't mind. Just happy to still have something to put through these cameras!

Thrilled with this 8mm film!

By Nana
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-12-27

I purchased this film for my 17 yr. old grandson for Christmas. I was thrilled first of all that I was able to find the film for this 1964 Bell and Howell movie camera that I gave him for Christmas. He is interested in making photography a career after graduating from high school. There are no words to describe how happy he is with the gift and the film.

Seguir comprndolo cuantas veces lo necesite

By Oscar
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-12-13

Exelente producto y me alegra que todava se sigan produciendo. Gracias!

Feed your 8mm cameras

By Ian
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2016-12-05

Yes, you can still buy film for regular 8mm cameras. This film is a bit grainy (rms granularity = 13), but hey, it's the only film available in 8mm, and the price is very good! If you want to develop this yourself, I recommend you check out APUG for a great resource on how to develop it.

Great

By Kris
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-11-30

This is exactly what I needed for my boyfriends christmas gift!

kind new to 8mm

By John
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-08-17

I recently found my grandfather old Kodak brownie 8mm movie camera. i thought it was long gone years ago, since all i was giving was his super 8mm some 25yrs ago. im glad i can still get film. im just about to place an order for 2 rolls. quick question, would i need to attach a filter to the lens, or just set the correct meter dail settings if shooting in day light?

Great film the use for home-developing

By Tyler
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-03-19

This film is wonderful to use if you plan on home-developing it! The leader is long enough on both ends so that you can use it after developing as a leader for threading the film through the projector mechanism. I used a bleach made up of 0.06 moles of K2Cr2O7 & 0.81 moles of sulfuric acid in 1,890 ml of distilled water. The clearing bath was made up of 1.34 moles of Na2SO3 in 1,890 ml of distilled water. The 1st & 2nd developer was Photographer's Formulary D-19 substitute at full strength. The processing times and temperatures were modified from a youtube video uploaded by Filmkorn. The first developer was exposed to the film for 8 minutes at 20C. Then, the film was rinsed with water around 20C. The film was bleached for 7 minutes at 20C (the temperature stayed the same throughout the entire developing process). After 1 minute of bleaching, the developing tank's lid can be opened, exposing the film to normal room light. The film was rinsed with water (same temperature, 20C, as throughout the process). The film was exposed to the clearing bath for 2 minutes, and then rinsed. The film was then re-exposed to artificial light for 2 minutes. The 2nd developer was added for 5 minutes, then rinsed. Finally, the film was fixed with Kodak sodium thiosulfate hardening fixer for 4 minutes, and rinsed for 5 minutes. The film was dried, spliced, put on a reel, and projected. The image was clear, focused, and was very appealing. Overall, I believe Filmkorn's developing process works very well. Again, I modified it slightly for making 1/2 gallon solutions, and used Photographer's Formulary D-19. A beautiful reversal image was formed. If you are just starting out with home-developing, I would 100% recommend this preparation for yielding a reversal image. I am a high-school student that hasn't even completed my chemistry course, and still I was left with a wonder film. With that being said, altogether, this is a wonder film to buy, and the developing process I used works very well with this film... I hope this helped someone out. If you can, feel free to ask questions about the process, and I'll try to answer them!

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