- Panchromatic B&W Negative Film
- ISO 8
- Small Exposure Latitude
- Low Grain & Vibrant Contrast
- 36 Exposures
Melodrama in Monochrome
FantÃÂ´me Kino B&W Film is perfect for pinhole, striking portraits and gritty street scene snaps. With low ISO and a small exposure latitude, this impactful black and white film navigates inter-tonal shifts with ease resulting in rich, low grain depictions with vibrant microcontrast. The FantÃÂ´me Kino B&W Film brings scenes to life, capturing lifeÃ¢ÂÂs most evocative moments in show stopping black and white splendor.
A Director's Dream
This panchromatic is perfect for seasoned professionals and creative first time photographers alike. Particularly appropriate for those who like to take full manual control and experiment with flash photography, the FantÃÂ´me Kino B&W Film packs drama into the frame with crushed shadows and super high contrast renderings, reminiscent of our favourite Film Noir classics.
Master your Low ISO Monochromes
This film has a slow speed of ISO 8, so we recommend using a camera and lens with manual controls for better control over your exposures. You should be able to manually adjust the shutter speed of your camera and aperture of your lens. Using a fast lens (maximum aperture of at least f/1.4 - f/2.8), is also recommended.
This evocative emulsion can be developed both in the lab or at home with the standard black and white process. Whether you are a dab hand in the darkroom or looking to boost your development skills, we are here to help and have created a bespokeÃÂ FantÃÂ´me Kino B&W Film GuideÃÂ with everything you need to know including tips, tricks, filters and a development chart. Here is a quick overview on how your developer of choice will work with the FantÃÂ´me Kino film: