Film News: JCH StreetPan Pre-orders are open!


by Bellamy /

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Film News: StreetPan Announcement
More good news on the film front. The second batch of JCH StreetPan is coming along nicely. I have just been informed that it will be ready by the end of March, so shipping should commence in April.

The demand has been so high that I am opening pre-orders again so you can make sure you get your StreetPan fix as quickly as possible. I have been overwhelmed by the response StreetPan has received and it gives me great delight to tell you that there will be much more to come.

Image by Jesse Freeman

I have been bombarded with mails asking when there will be more available and other formats, so I have been working hard to make these a reality. The first step is the next batch of 135, and then the next step is 120 format.

Image by Jesse Freeman

You can pre-order through the store on this site. Your order will be shipped as soon as the film comes in stock. You will receive a shipping notification when it ships. I am told it will be ready and available for shipping in mid April. The film shall reach the stores a little bit later as it has to go through different channels, but it will be available through all the regular outlets and hopefully some new ones too.

Image by Jesse Freeman

Once we get this batch of StreetPan into the stores we are going to start working on the new 120 film. Which will be available later this year. It is all go go go at JCH HQ.

It has been really exciting to see people all over the world shooting with StreetPan. You can see some great examples on instagram by checking the tags #JCH400 #JCHStreetpan and #streetpan
It is inspiring to see so many people enjoying the film. I love to see peoples work so make sure you tag yours when you share it.


Your pre-orders help me to make sure that StreetPan keeps on hitting the shelves and remains in production. Let’s make sure 2017 is a cracking year for shooting film.

You can get your pre-order through the shop

Thank you all for your support.


5 comments on “Film News: JCH StreetPan Pre-orders are open!”

    Konstantin March 11, 2017 at 8:27 am / Reply

    Dear Bellamy!
    We’d like to be one of those new stores to offer your film. There’s not a single one such a store here in Russia for the moment, and there are lots of people who which to get it at a normal price, not double the common retail one. We’re eager to bring them that opportunity! )

    Larry March 11, 2017 at 11:32 pm / Reply

    Yay! I missed it last time. Street Pan 400 has got to be the best name for a film ever.

    Anyone develop this in Diafine? I figure it should be 3min + 3min like for other “older” style emulsions. How about what ASA/ISO did you shoot it at for Diafine?

    Also I see this has made it to the Massive Dev Chart. Anyone with success in Diafine could make your report to those folks.

    I also use Ilfosol 3 developer, and was therefore happy to see Street Pan is listed. Anyone try it? The listing uses non-standard 1+3 (developer to water ratio) for 5 minutes. That ratio might induce grain and contrast on purpose … I don’t know. Anyone have a time for standard 1 + 9?

    Is this film is a prospect for shooting at 200 in solvent developer for finer grain? You know, for portraits or perhaps still life type shots.

    Downtown Camera - Claudia March 13, 2017 at 10:24 pm / Reply

    Hi Bellamy, Count us in for your 120 format! We will support you! We love what you are doing too! Best Regards, from Downtown Camera.

    Ps. We also have 35mm still in stock, along with your half-cases. If anyone needs, we are in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, just contact us.

    Jeff Cloutier March 24, 2017 at 5:45 am / Reply

    We will be selling the JCH Streetpan once the new batch is ready.
    Please feel free to call or stop by our shop.

    25 S Sierra Madre
    Colorado Springs, CO 80903

    Dieter Fröhling June 15, 2017 at 7:37 pm / Reply

    Hi Bellamy!

    So far developed in Rodinal with great results.

    Any suggestion with constant agitation like in a Jobo processor for developing?

    Best regards


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