Fantôme 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 Fantôme Kino B&W Film brings scenes to life, capturing life’s most evocative moments in show-stopping black and white splendor.
A note from Film Supply Club: please note that this film is not DX-coded. You will need to manually set or input the ISO into your camera's metering system if you plan on shooting with the meter in your camera. Some point and shoot cameras default to faster speeds--like 200 or 400--if they cannot get a DX reading from an inserted roll of 35mm, meaning they will underexpose this roll. If you plan to shoot this film at ISO 8, you may meet with greater success using an SLR than a point and shoot camera. This film is also a good match for pinhole photography or long exposures. If you plan to push in development, you may wish to process your own film.
For use with 35mm cameras
Black and white negative film
Black and white processing (consider hand development)