Washi Film D 500 135-36

Washi Film D is a panchromatic black & white film dedicated to aerial surveillance.

8,50

VAT included.

In stock

Description:

Washi Film D is a panchromatic black & white film dedicated to aerial surveillance. Its unusually thin polyester base is however compatible with usual the developing process. It offers a high contrast and moderate film .
“D” gives also good results when processed as black & white slide, and is therefore an interresting alternative to Agfa Scala! The film is hand rolled in recycled cassettes and has no DX code.

Write a review

Sharing honest and insightful reviews is helpful to everyone in the film community. Bought this product or used it before? Then please share your thoughts with other customers. Got tips on how to best use the product? You may leave these comments here as well.  Thank you! :-)

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Washi Film D 500 135-36”

Your email address will not be published.

Specifications

Additional information

Brand

Series

Film format

Film type

Speed (ISO)

500

Contrast

Sharpness

Grain

Pull

no data

Push

no data

Number of exposures

36

Package contents

1 roll

Want to learn more about the details above? Please have a look at our beginners guides & tutorials. Need inspiration? Visit our visual film guide to pick your next film / chemical combo.

Credits for reviews

Every month we reward the five most helpful reviews from our customers, with a € 25 coupon code. Winners get an extra bonus for products that have not been reviewed yet.

Where we ship

We focus on shipments within the European Union. We feel that this is best for the environment, and it is cost-efficient too.

Where we ship

However, in the case of specific goods such as our cameras & books, B2B orders, or larger quantities, we are happy to ship to a broader set of countries. Please reach out for a shipping quote with your favourite carrier.

— please note that most chemicals can only be shipped to the EU countries and the UK.

See any errors on this page?