620 BW Film - Kodak Verichrome Pan (Single Roll)
The Outstanding Kodak Verichrome Pan Film! The Film Photography Project is thrilled to offer in 620 size (for a limited time)!!!
Kodak's Verichrome is an amazingly "hearty" film that can withstand years of storage and still produce excellent images!
BW / 620 / 1 Roll / iso 125
Cold-Stored Expired 01/2004
Film has been stored in a freezer since the day it was purchased! Supply is very limited so please order today!
above: Verichrome Pan is an AMAZINGLY STABLE film. Image shot circa 1960 and processed in 2012 by Michael Raso / Below: Image by Mark O'Brien shot on 40+ yr old Verichrome Pan with his Kodak Brownie Reflex
above: Smoove Sailor Alan Walker shot on expired Verichrome Pan film in 2010 by Michael Raso
Where can I get my BW film processed?
If you're not home processing your film, the FPP recommends The Darkroom ( http://thedarkroom.com/ )
Please note that your results from expired film will vary greatly and all sales of expired film are non-refundable and for adventurous photographers only! As with any film that has expired, expect some speed loss and contrast shifts in your processed film.