Classic Film Review Kodak Verichrome Pan Alex Luyckx Blog


4 Boxes Kodak Verichrome Pan and Ektachrome 127 Film

So this is one of the exposures, captured with Kodak Verichrome Pan film, taken at about 6:30 p.m in the early evening. There's still sunlight in the sky, so there's some visible cloud cover.


Sealed Roll Vintage Kodak Verichrome Pan Film VP120 Black & White Exp

DESCRIPTION KODAK VERICHROME Pan Film is a medium-speed (EI 125) panchromatic film that features extremely fine grain. Its excellent gradation and wide exposure latitude make it a good choice for general-purpose applications. This film has characteristics similar to those of KODAK PLUS-X Pan Professional Film, but does not have retouching surfaces.


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KODAK VERICHROME Pan (VP) Film is a medium-speed (EI 125) panchromatic film that features extremely fine grain. Its excellent gradation and wide exposure latitude make it a good choice for general-purpose applications. This film has characteristics similar to those of KODAK PLUS-X Pan Professional Film, but does not have retouching surfaces.


Vintage Kodak Verichrome Pan Film Advertising Column 1956 Kodak

Today, I developped a film from 1965. A film that was forgotten in a camera for half a century. Developped with the classical Kodak D76 for 10 minutes at a t.


Film Cartridge 'Kodak Verichrome Pan', 127 film, circa 1970s

Format. Multi Format. Dec 7, 2017. #6. From the 1970 edition of Kodak's Darkroom Dataguide - all times for 68F/20C: Verichrome Pan in D-76 1+1: 9 minutes. Verichrome Pan in D-76 stock: 7 minutes. If you have a Kodak Darkroom Guide, the respective "Development Numbers" are 39 and 36. Matt.


Vintage Kodak Verichrome Pan 120 Film VP120 Open Etsy

In 1931 KODAK released the film on a safety base as a Roll film, with greater latitude and finer grain than the KODAK NC (Non-Curling) Film that had been the standard since 1903. Replaced by Kodak Verichrome Pan (Panchromatic) film in 1956. US: 101, 103, 105, 116, 118, 120, 122, 124, 126 (roll film), 127, 130, 616, 620: Kodak Verichrome Pan: Kodak


KODAK VERICHROME PAN DUO PAK 120 FILM VP120, IN ORIGINAL BOX eBay

Kodak Verichrome Pan Film is a medium-speed ISO 125 panchromatic film that features extremely fine grain. Its excellent gradation and wide exposure latitude making it a good choice for general-purpose applications. This film has characteristics similar to those of KODAK PLUS-X Pan Professional Film but does not have retouching surfaces.


Kodak Verichrome Pan 125 FilmLove Flickr

Kodak No. 2 Brownie Model F, Kodak Verichrome Pan, Thorntown Indiana. I had such a nice time with the No. 2 Brownie that I immediately loaded another roll of film, this time some Verichrome Pan expired since June of 1982. It felt so right to shoot that film in this camera. It was the film of Everyman for many decades, recording millions of.


5 Frames with Kodak Verichrome Pan Film in Snowy Mississippi by

With its high speed and wide exposure latitude, Kodak Verichrome Pan Film is the first choice for natural-looking pictures on cloudy days as well as in sunny weather. 2 KODAK FILMS . KODAK FILMS FOR BLACK-AND-WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY This information has been prepared for the convenience of the pho-


Kodak Verichrome Pan Panchromatic Black & White 127 Film+Exp. Feb 1964

In the cigar box with the Bessa were several rolls of very expired film, including a roll of Kodak Verichrome that expired in 1969. Yes, 1969. Before I was born.. Next, I had to figure out what speed to shoot the film. The Verichrome WAS rated at ISO 125 but given its 50-year old age, it has now become less sensitive to light. Probably a LOT.


How do i dev Kodak verichrome pan 620 Found a roll of film in an old

Technical Details: Rolleiflex 2.8F - Carl Ziess Planar 80mm 1:2.8 - Kodak Verichrom Pan @ ASA-125 Ilford Microphen (1+1) 8:30 @ 20C Roll 03 - Kodak Xtol Even in a modern developer, you have that rich classic look that you see in the old snapshots from your parents or even grandparents.


film Stéphanie I used a Kodak Verichrome Pan film expired … Flickr

The film was Kodak Verichrome Pan in 620 from a vintage Argus Argoflex Seventy-F. In this video, I share my experience in developing old black and white film.


MAR 1959 Kodak Verichrome Pan VP616 620 roll film by HOLGAHOJAN

7 Posted January 3, 2006 Hello everybody ! A friend of mine had a very old film (Kodak Verichrome Pan) that was taken by his grandparents (with an old box camera), probably in the late 1960s, that he wanted developped - and he asked me to try it. This is "risky" in terms of results, and I told him, but he prefers to


Classic Film Review Kodak Verichrome Pan Alex Luyckx Blog

I had 11 rolls of Kodak IR film that expired in the 1970's, as well as some recording film that expired in the 1980's that they were able to tell me how to expose as well as know how to develop that film. There website is http://www.4photolab.com/Pages/price01.html, I highly recommend you email them.


DEVELOP KODAK VERICHROME PAN 127 FILM

Found Film: ~1959 Kodak Verichrome Pan VP 828 film and a Kodak Bantam Colorsnap II. Every now and then my parents present me with an old camera they've discovered at a car boot sale or some Freecycle giveaway. This is how last year I came to own a Kodak Bantam Colorsnap II, which were produced in the UK from 1959 to 1961.


An Attempt at Developing Old Kodak Verichrome Pan 828 Film utterlee

For decades, Kodak's Verichrome Pan film was a popular product in camera stores around the United States (but I am not sure about overseas sales). It was a medium-speed (ISO=125) panchromatic black and white film intended for box and medium format cameras. Kodak claimed that it had: Extremely fine grain Wide exposure latitude Very high sharpness

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