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The argentic films
We offer a large selection of films to satisfy the needs of professional photographers, of photo experts, and of young photographers.
We remain at your disposal for advices. The list below gives you some preliminary selection criteria.

All these films deserve professional development conditions to reveal at best colours and shapes.

Please contact us for unitary or quantity prices. We can also mail the films to you.

Inversible colour Films
FUJI Film Caracteristics Available formats
Provia 100 100 ISO diapositive film, very well balanced,
used in professional photography.
135, 120,
4x5 (20 per box)
20x25 (20 per box)
Velvia 50 50 ISO diapositive film, with slightly
saturated colours in the green and red,
often used for landscape photography.
135, 120
AGFA Photo Film Caracteristics Available formats
Precisa CT 100 ISO diapositive film, with good colours at a very reasonable price and with a rendering very similar
to the Provia 100 film colours.
An attractive Price/Quality ratio.
135
KODAK Alaris Film Caracteristics Available formats
Ektachrome
E100
Kodak has announced, to the satisfaction
of argentic lovers, that they will resume
production of this outstanding film. Its availability
is forecasted for the 4th term of 2017.
135
Inversible Black and White films
ADOX Film Caracteristics Available formats
ADOX Scala 160 160 ISO Black and White diapositive film, with
the performance of the late Agfa Scala 200x film.
Excellent grey tones for outstanding screen display.
135
ROLLEI Film Caracteristics Available formats
Rollei Retro 400S 400 ISO Black and White diapositive film with a clear base. This film can be inverted and provide images similar to those of the ADOX Scala 160 film if it is used
at 200 ISO. At 400 ISO the contrast is high and the deep greys are almost black.
120
Negative Colour films
KODAK Film Caracteristics Available formats
Portra 160 160 ISO colour negative film with a very fine grain and an excellent colour rendering, used for professional photography. 135, 120,
4x5,
20x25
Portra 400 400 ISO colour negative film with a fine grain
and good colours, appreciated for its ease of use.
135, 120,
4x5
Portra 800 800 ISO colour negative film for shooting in low light conditions. 135, 120
CineStill Film Film Caracteristics Available formats
50 ISO Reconditioned cine film. Colour negative film with a very fine grain and good colours. Colour temperature 6500°K (daylight). 135
800 ISO Reconditioned cine film. Colour negaive film with a fine grain and good colours. Colour temperature 3200°K for use only with artificial light (blue images in daylight). 135
Negative Black and White films
KODAK Film Caracteristics Available formats
400TX The reference amongst the 400 ISO films, excellent contrast, highly appraised grain. Film easy to push
to 800 ISO or even if needed to 1600 ISO.
An excellent choice for all beginners.
135, 120
400TMAX 400 ISO film with good contrast, with the grain of a classical 100 ISO film, providing an excellent sharpness. 135
100TMAX 100 ISO film with good contrast, providing
an outstanding sharpness.
135, 120
FUJI Film Caracteristics Available formats
NEOPAN ACROS 100 ISO film providing superb grey pattern,
detailed shadows and fine details.
It can be used for slow speed shooting without correction.
135
ILFORD Film Caracteristics Available formats
HP5 400 ISO film with a very fine grain.
Provide excellent images.
It is the competitor of the Kodak 400TX film.
135, 120
FP4 125 ISO film, very neutral. Its grain is very smooth.
It is used in professional photography for its overall performances.
135, 120
DELTA 100 100 ISO film with an extremely fine grain providing outstanding details. 135, 120
DELTA 400 400 ISO film with fine grain and good details. 135, 120
DELTA 3200 3200 ISO film when high speed is required, providing even better images at 1600 ISO. 135, 120
PAN F 50 ISO film with an extremely fine grain, ideal for shooting monuments, landscapes or still pictures. 135, 120
XP2 Film 400 ISO to process in C41 chemistry. Convenient choice as development can be made by any mini-lab. 135