As part of our continuing effort to keep film photography alive, we are offering a nice niche film that we shot a few rolls of, and it hit the spot.
A long time favorite of ours, Bellamy, over at Japan Camera Hunter, but together a fun little film, that follows what he does best, called JCH Street Pan 400 Black & White Film. This film is a black-and-white stock that hailed from the AGFA surveillance film family, which is on the verge of extinction, and had been considered as being discontinued. It has a .1 mm polyester base and promises fine grain as well as increased sensitivity in the red part of the spectrum. We found the film to have "street-wise" contrast and really pleasing grain structure.
Some great examples on Flickr of the JCH Streetpan 400:
Streetpan on the Streets
The massive development chart for Japan Camera Hunter Streetpan 400:
Streetpan 400 Film Development Chart