Kentmere Pan 100 Black and White Negative Film - 35mm Roll Film, 36 Exposures

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  • Kentmere Pan 100 Black and White Negative Film

    KENTMERE PAN 100 is a medium speed black and white camera film which is suitable for a variety of indoor and outdoor photography applications, where good lighting exists. It has the capability to generate high quality images with fine grain and good sharpness and is a good choice of film if enlargement prints are desired.

    KENTMERE PAN 100 film is coated on 0.125mm/5-mil acetate base and is available in 135 cassettes, 35mm bulk lengths of 30.5 metres (100ft) or 120 Roll film format. KENTMERE PAN 100 35mm film is supplied in 24 or 36 exp DX coded cassettes, suitable for all 35mm cameras. Roll film is available in 120 lengths and is edge numbered 1 to 19.

    Exposure Rating: KENTMERE PAN 100 has a speed rating of ISO 100/21º to daylight. The ISO speed rating was measured using ILFORD ID-11 developer at 20ºC/68ºF with intermittent agitation in a spiral tank.

    Filter Factor: KENTMERE PAN 100 film may be used with all types of filters (e.g. colour, polarising and neutral density filters) in the usual way. Follow the instructions given by the filter manufacturer. The exposure increase in daylight may vary with the angle of the sun and the time of day. In the late afternoon or the winter months, when daylight contains more red light, green and blue filters may need slightly more exposure than usual.

    Cameras with through-the-lens metering will usually adjust the exposure automatically when using filters. With some automatic exposure cameras, the correction given for deep red and orange filters can produce negatives under exposed by as much as 1½ stops.

  • Key Features:

    • Panchromatic B&W Negative Film
    • Fine Grain and High Sharpness
    • Wide Exposure Latitude
    • ISO 100/21° in Standard Process
    • Broad Tonal Range
      • Film Format: 35mm
        Number of Exposures: 
        Film Type: 
        Panchromatic B&W Negative

        Film Processing: Standard Black and White Chemistry

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