On episode 316, Michael Raso, John Fedele and Mark Dalzell offer an hour of lively banter that includes listener letters, review of the Canon A1 35mm camera and Tasma NK-II 35mm BW film.
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Tasma NK-II – a unique emulsion exclusive to the FPP! The FPP is happy to make this cult Ukrainian BW film available – Fresh-Dated, DX-Coded and ready to shoot!!
photo by Mark O’Brien on TASMA NK-II Film – https://randomphoto.blogspot.com/
FPP’s Mark O’Brien writes: “Tasma film originates from Russia-Era Ukraine, and is described as a BW motion picture film. The Russian site says that the factory dates from 1933, so Tasma has a long history. The film is on a PET base, not acetate, and consequently is extremely tough and will not tear like an acetate-based film. It’s also thinner than typical 35mm films, much like the Svema stocks that I have used, but seems not as flimsy as the Svema.“