FPP EDU bw 200 film 35mm x 30.5m (100 ft)
One 30.5m (100 ft) Roll
For bulk film loaders that accept 100 ft rolls of film
The Film Photography Project is happy to offer it's own EDU 200 iso BW film in convenient hand-rolled 30.5m (100 ft) rolls (on core). Re-Canned by Michael Raso from 2,000 ft reels in the FPP Studio Darkroom!
Perfect for for students, hobbyists and professionals alike!
35mm / BW / 200 iso / Process BW
above: FPP EDUbw200 image by Leslie Lazenby (shot at iso 800) / Processed in Diafine, A- 3 minutes, B- 3 minutes
What is FPP 200bw film? Our FPP EDUbw200 film is a black and white surveillance film that is manufactured by FOMA. The type of film was made for private security companies operating in the United States.
above: Mark O'Brien test image on FPP EDUbw200.
Mark O'Brien on FPP edu 200 film: "The movie-style perfs indicate that it could have had other uses besides still photography. A PET base is why the film has a blue tint to it."
above: More images shot on FPP EDUbw200
Where can I get this film processed?
You can process yourself or send it out to our fav lab TheDarkroom.com!
above: "Cranbrook 2" by Mark O'Brien shot with his Minolta XG-M on FPP 200edu BW
Home processing notes:
Michael Raso's home process has been Kodak D-76 - stock - 6 minutes @ 68 degrees.
FPP pal Mark O'Brien uses HC110B for 6 minutes with good results! (Follow Mar's Blog - http://randomphoto.blogspot.com/ )
The FPP Flickr Group! https://www.flickr.com/groups/filmphotographypodcast/