Film News: Film case bundles from CFP

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Film News: Film case bundles from CFP
If you have not heard of CameraFilmPhoto by now then you may have been frozen partially in time and have just thawed out. Fortunately good old JCH is here to get you up to speed. Vishal at CFP is tirelessly dedicated to getting people out there shooting film. So he has come out with these fantastic bundles for film shooters. Check them out.

Vishal and I have been doing this with the Cinestill films in the past, and now because of the popularity of them he has decided to branch out into other great films for people to try out. Here is what he has got so far:

Rollei RPX25 135-36

Rollei RPX25 135-36 x Japan Camera Hunter Half case. 5 Rolls of Rollei RPX25 135-36 Black & White Negative Film
ISO Speed Rating: 25/15 0
Grain: Very Fine
Film Type: BW (Black and White)
Process: Rollei Supergrain, Rollei RLS, R09/Rodinal, ID-11, XTOL
Sharpness: Very High
Remarks: Panchromatic, black-and-white, ISO 25, extremely sharp, very fine grain, nominal sensitivity, low-speed, can be pushed one stop, printing.

Rollei RPX100 135-36

Rollei RPX100 135-36 x Japan Camera Hunter Half case. 5 Rolls of Rollei RPX100 135-36 Black & White Negative Film
ISO Speed Rating: 100
Grain: Fine
Film Type: BW (Black and White)
Process: Rollei Supergrain, Rollei RLS, R09/Rodinal, ID-11, XTOL
Sharpness: High
Contrast: Good
Exposure Latitude: Wide
Remarks: Black-and-white, ISO rated speed of 100, panchromatic, sensitivity from 380nm to 660nm at 2.850K, compatible with many developers, fine grain, good contrast, high sharpness, broad tonal range, wide exposure latitude, general indoor / outdoor, portraiture, landscape.

Rollei RPX400 135-36e

Rollei RPX400 135-36 x Japan Camera Hunter Half case. 5 Rolls of Rollei RPX400 135-36 Black & White Negative Film
ISO Speed Rating: 400
Grain: Fine
Film Type: BW (Black and White)
Process: Rollei Supergrain, Rollei RLS, R09/Rodinal, ID-11, XTOL
Sharpness: High
Contrast: Good
Exposure Latitude: Wide
Remarks: Black-and-white, ISO rated speed of 400, panchromatic, sensitivity from 380nm to 660nm at 2.850K, compatible with many developers, fine grain, good contrast, high sharpness, broad tonal range, wide exposure latitude, general indoor and outdoor applications, suitable for working with available light situations, can be pushed 2 stops.
*JCH note* This is a personal favourite of mine at the moment. I love this stuff.

Rollei Infrared 400 135-36

Rollei Infrared 400 135-36 x Japan Camera Hunter half case. 5 Rolls of Rollei Infrared Black & White negative film
ISO Speed Rating: 400
Grain: Very Fine
Film Type: BW (Black and White)
Process: Rollei Supergrain, Rollei RLS, R09/Rodinal, ID-11, XTOL
Sharpness: Excellent
Resolving Power: Excellent
Exposure Latitude: Wide
Remarks: Black-and-white, high speed, panchromatic, infrared sensitivity, very fine grain, high sharpness, excellent resolving power, wide exposure latitude, experimental and/or creative applications, scientific photography, all types of lighting and weather, scanning and archiving (LE500), transport-friendly.

Rollei CR200 135-36

Rollei CR200 135-36 x Japan Camera Hunter Half case. 5 Rolls of Rollei CR200 135-36 Colour Reversal Film
ISO Speed Rating: Medium
Film Type: Colour Reversal
Grain: Fine
Process: E6, Cross-processing
Hue Staturation: High
Remarks: Twin pack (2 x 36), small detail clarity, dimensional stability, palette purity, exact grey balance, dynamic special effects with cross-processing, archival stability (with correct processing)

Bergger BRF400 135-36

Bergger BRF400 Plus x Japan Camera Hunter White Half Case. 5 Rolls of Bergger BRF400 Plus Black & White negative film
ISO Speed Rating: 400
Grain: Fine
Film Type: BW (Black and White)
Process: Standard Black & White Chemistry
Sharpness: Excellent
Contrast: Excellent
Remarks: Black and white, panchromatic, prompt development after exposure, total darkness, low-light and difficult-lighting conditions, high sensitivity, wide exposure latitude, indoors, studio, artificial lighting, outdoorrs.

And the big old selection box, just like the ones at Christmas, except it is film and not chocolate.

Best of Rollei 135-36 10 Rolls Bundle

The Best of Rollei Films x Japan Camera Hunter Film case
Rollei RPX25 135-36 B&W negative film
Rollei RPX100 135-36 B&W negative film
Rollei RPX400 135-36 B&W negative film
Rollei Infrared 400 135-36 B&W negative film
Rollei CR200 135-36 Colour Reversal Film

And this week has an introductory offer! CFP will provide 10% OFF on all bundles until 13 July! Bonus!
You can check out these bundles and more at the CameraFilmPhoto site
www.camerafilmphoto.com

Check them out, shoot some film and as Vishal says #enjoytheprocess.
Oh, and Vishal offers various shipping options, so drop him a line through the site to see what he can do for you.

Cheers
JCH

8 comments on “Film News: Film case bundles from CFP”

    Damien July 7, 2015 at 3:30 pm / Reply

    Cool idea! Hope you’ll do that with Adox films too, their stuff is amazing.

    QCarb July 8, 2015 at 2:47 am / Reply

    Vishal is amazing, CFP is a fantastic shop and the service is really awesome. Ordered the XX JCH pack plus lots of exotic film rolls a month ago or around that, arrived super quickly and amazingly packed. I only need more time to shoot to buy more of these babies.

    joseph saunders July 8, 2015 at 4:12 am / Reply

    wow lose look amazing! i love the collabs you guys are doing. straight killing it

    Matt M July 8, 2015 at 8:57 am / Reply

    Pretty sweet combos! I would liked to have seen example images from each film stock to give an idea on the look and differences.

    Melvin Mapa July 8, 2015 at 1:51 pm / Reply

    Thank you for supporting film photography! LONG LIVE FILM! LONG LIVE JCH!

    Niccolò Bianchi July 8, 2015 at 1:56 pm / Reply

    Nicely developed idea!

    Hugo July 13, 2015 at 5:41 pm / Reply

    Would love to see some of these for 120 too!

    Dave Shuken March 3, 2016 at 11:06 pm / Reply

    Hello JCH,

    I did try some Rollei chrome and I found it pretty green/yellow. I think it would be a good film for cross processing or experimental photos, but I’m not sure for other stuff.

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