Reflx Lab Pro 100 Color Negative Film-220
- Respooled from Aerocolor 2460
- Fine grain, low noise
- Medium saturation, medium contrast
- Daylight balanced film, ideal for outdoor shooting during the day
Film Format: 220 color negative
Process: C-41 (it can also be cross processed in E-6, by which you will get slide film)
If you plan to cross process, we recommend using a waming filter 81B on your lens to obtain nicer tones.
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Due to the clear polyester base, the first or the last exposure is prone to light leak from the film leader. To avoid that, please load and unload in subdued light; dip & dunk or tank development is recommended. If you use a roller transport processsor, we suggest turning off the lights in your lab before the film is put into the machine.
What is the difference between 120 and 220 film?
120 and 220 film are almost the same except 220 is twice longer. Unlike 120 film, which typically provides 12 or 16 exposures, 220 film offers 24 or 32 exposures, making it ideal for photographers who want to maximize their shooting capacity. However, because of its longer length, 220 film requires cameras with specific film backs designed to accommodate the larger number of frames.
Some labs are kind enough to charge the same fee for processing 120 and 220; in that case, it is more economical to shoot 220 film.
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