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35mm film recommendations

35mm film

If you have a 35mm camera (which is the most common type of camera out there) then you're going to want to purchase some 35mm film (also known as 135 format). 

Here are our top recommendations:

For beginners:

For more advanced users:

For the more adventurous:

  • Color Slide - Fujifilm Velvia 100 - if you haven't tried a color slide film before then this will be an eye-opening experience!
  • Ilford XP-2 Super 400 - a B&W film that's developed as a color film! That is, using traditional c-41 chemical processing that's usually used for developing color film. 

You can browse our entire 35mm film collection here.


120 film recommendations

120 film

The second most popular format out there is 120 format - this is usually referred to as medium format film, suitable for use with medium format cameras. 120 film can be shot in many different sizes such as 6x6 (think Instagram square-like size), 6x9 or 6x12, all depending on the camera. 

Here are our top recommendations:

Color 120 film:

B&W 120 film:

  • Kodak Tri-x 120 - the world's best selling film introduced as early as back in the 1940's!
  • Ilford Delta 400 - fine grain film with high level of detail
  • Rollei RPX 400 - Rollei are popular makers of B&W film amongst film enthusiasts, especially those that do their own film development

For the more adventurous:

You can browse our entire 120 film collection here.

    Well there you have it - our recommendations for 35mm & 120 film - as always if you have any questions make sure you reach out to us as we'd love to hear from you!


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