Film Stash

I know plenty of people have done this before, but I thought I would compile a bit of a database of Film that I have used, and my experiences with it…  On completion this will be a database of all the film stock I have used so far. I have organised films by Brand, with some company information, also noting which are re-brands and what extant information I can find about what these re-branded films actually are.

Film List

Agfa Films

The original Agfa brand dates from 1897. Agfa-Gevaert, founded in 1964, with roots in two separate companies stretching back to the end of the 19th century produced various films, cameras and other imaging products for many years, which were highly regarded. In 2004 the consumer imaging department was sold in a management buyout to AgfaPhoto GmbH, though this new company filed for bankruptcy after just one year. The brands are licensed by AgfaPhoto Holding GmbH (a holding company), and after a period being made by Ferrania are now made by Fuji for Lupus Imaging Media. Agfa-Gevaert still produces technical films for Law enforcement and aerial photography purposes, some of which are bulk purchased and sold by Maco Direct under the Rollei Brand, and also by Lomograhy.

Boots Films

Boots is a major UK chemist chain, which has always had a strong photographic presence. They still sell branded film which is made in Japan, so is almost certainly Fujifilm.

  • Boots Colour Negative ISO 400
  • Boots Slide ISO 200

Colour Care Films

Ferrania Films

  • Ferrania Solaris 200
  • Ferrania Solaris 400

Foma Films

  • Foma Fomapan Classic 100
  • Foma Fomapan Creative 200
  • Foma Fomapan Action 400

Fujifilm Films

  • Fujichrome Professional 100D Daylight Type
  • Fujichrome RTP 64T
  • Fujichrome Sensia 100
  • Fujichrome Sensia 200
  • Fujichrome Sensia 400
  • Fujichrome Velvia 100
  • Fujichrome Velvia 100f
  • Fujicolor C200
  • Fujicolor Press 800
  • Fujifilm Neopan Acros 100
  • Fujifilm Neopan 400 Professional
  • Fujifilm Neopan CN 400
  • Fujifilm Superia Xtra 400
  • Fujifilm Superia Xtra 800
  • Fujifilm Superia 1600

Ilford Films

Ilford is a renowned UK manufacturer of (now solely) black and white films, chemicals and papers. The company started in 1879 as the Britania Works Company, manufacturing photographic plates, and took the name of Ilford (where it was located) in 1907. It produced a small run of cameras for a time. Ilford merged with the USA based International Paper to become Ilford Amitec in 1989; this company went into receivership in 2004, and a management buyout of the UK site resulted in Harman Technologies who continued the black and white materials production.  In partnership with CIBA-Geigy the company also made some colour materials, and this Swiss section was also brought out and now produced inkjet materials. Ilford appears to be going strong and has recently released a large formal pinhole camera.

 

  • Ilford Delta Professional 400
  • Ilford Delta Professional 3200
  • Ilford HP5 Plus
  • Ilford Pan F
  • Ilford Super XP2 400

Klik Max films

  • Klick Max 200

Kodak Films

  • Kodak Colorplus 200
  • Kodak Ektachrome 320T EPJ
  • Kodak Ektachrome 400x EPL
  • Kodak Ektapress 1600 Gold ii PJC
  • Kodak Elitechrome 100 EB
  • Kodak Max 400
  • Kodak Portra 160VC
  • Kodak Portra 400
  • Kodak Portra 400VC
  • Kodak Portra 800
  • Kodak Tri-X 400
  • Kodak T-Max 3200
  • Kodak Ultra 400
  • Kodak Ultra Max 400
  • Kodak Verichrome Pan

Konica Films

Lomography Films

Lucky Films

  • Lucky 200+
  • Lucky SHD 100

Patterson Films

Patterson Photographic is a UK manuafcturer of Photographic and Darkroom equipment and chemicals. They used to sell black and whitre film under their own brand, which is apparently re-branded Foma film; although the did carry an ISO 800 black and white which Foma do not to my knowledge produce.

  • Patterson Accupan 200

Rollei Films

  • Rollei Crossbird
  • Rollei Digibase CN 200
  • Rollei IR 400
  • Rollei Nightbird
  • Rollei Retro 400S

Scotch/Imation/3m Films

Snappy Films

‘Snappy’ is a brand being used by one or more Ebay sellers based in Eire selling home rolled C41 ISO 200 film. They claim the film to be German manufactured, which points to it possibly being bulk Agfa film (though Agfa is not in fact German), but there are no markings on the film that give any real clues.

  • Snappy 200

Svema Films

  • Svema Foto 64

Tudorcolor Films

  • Tudorcolor 200