Kentmere Fine Grain Medium Speed Black & White Negative Film ISO 100, 35mm Size, 100' Roll

Kentmere
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About Kentmere

Kentmere 100 is a medium speed, black and white film, ideal for pictorial and fine art photography, and can be processed in a wide variety of developers. It is also less sensitive to changes in development, offering greater process control. When given standard development it has a speed rating of ISO 100/21° to daylight.

Prints made from Kentmere 100 film exposed at EI 100/21 have extremely fine grain and outstanding sharp-ness. In fact, in the hands of a skilled specialist, who will pay careful attention to exposure and processing, prints from Kentmere 100 negatives can be exceptional.

Kentmere 100 though, is not just for specialists and is more than an ISO 100/21° film. Its exposure latitude allows good quality results to be obtained over the exposure range EI 50/18 to EI 200/24. Kentmere 100 is compatible with all major processing systems and can be processed in all popular developers.

Kentmere 100 is among the world's sharpest ISO 100 speed black-and-white camera film. This exceptional film uses unique core-shell crystal technology offering the best image quality of any "new-technology" film. Kentmere 100's emulsion allows levels of enlargement never before possible without loss of fine detail.

Its wide tonal range and superior exposure-latitude helps capture images that can easily be reproduced on today's black-and-white papers, without the need for extreme print manipulation. Ideal for studio, fashion, portrait or fine art photography, Kentmere 100 gives professional photographers the means to express their vision with crystal clarity.

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Kentmere Features

  • ISO 100/21°, Fine Grain, Black and White Professional Film for Superb Print Quality

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4.6

(based on 5 reviews)

75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

How can they sell this so cheap?

great film, easy to work with, as good or better then the other films at twice the price.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

You get what you pay for...

Alas, I ordered 100ft bulk without prior testing on a single roll. Truly, YGWYPF. ISO 100 film is grainier than any ISO400 I have used before and suitable only for experimenting/learning/testing.

Reviewed by 5 customers

 
5.0

Excelent purchase!

By

from Juarez, Chih.  -  Photo Enthusiast

Great film! Recomend!

 
5.0

Good, Inexpensive Film

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from Riverside, California  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I've been using Kentmere 100 as my go-to Black and White 100 speed film for about a year. I bought a couple rolls as a "trial", liked the results I got with it, then started bulk loading it. Unlike the Kentmere 400, it has a very fine grain and develops consistently. I develop the negatives and scan them for Web output. I like my monochrome a tiny bit on the dark side and can achieve that easily with this film

 
3.0

You get what you pay for...

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from Mountain View, CA  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Alas, I ordered 100ft bulk without prior testing on a single roll. Truly, YGWYPF. ISO 100 film is grainier than any ISO400 I have used before and suitable only for experimenting/learning/testing.

 
5.0

Cheap Date

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from Austin, TX  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Works fine, and it's cheap! Great film for expermimenting as wellas everyday use.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

How can they sell this so cheap?

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from olympic mountains, wa  -  Photo Enthusiast

great film, easy to work with, as good or better then the other films at twice the price.

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Ted B  What developer do you use for this film?
RANDALL R  I use HC110 right now, solution "B" and develop for 8 minutes at 68 degrees. Use Ilfotec HC instructions.
Shopper  Hi, I was just wondering how many rolls are in this pack? Cheers, Josie
RANDALL R  I usually get about 25 rolls out of one of these bulk rolls. I roll about 30 frames into a canister to obtain roughly 24 usable frames for exposure.
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