Kodak 5234 Black & White Film 35mm Pan Fine Grain Duplicating ISO 6
Kodak Fine Grain Duplicating Panchromatic Negative 35mm Film 5234 is characterized by very high sharpness and has panchromatic sensitivity. This low-speed, black-and-white film was designed for making duplicate negatives from master positives or internegatives from reversal originals. You can shoot at an ISO 6 or push to 12 or 25 easily enough. This film performs beautifully in a 35 mm Camera and yields very sharp, crisp shots albeit at a very slow speed. It is very nice for effects showing "blurred" motion in a still frame like water running through a creek or a crowd rushing through an area in street photography style. You can shoot at an ISO 6 or push to 12 or 25 easily enough. Of course it can also be used for duplicating purposes as well. There are plenty of fine examples of this stock on the web.
♥ Kodak 5234 Film ISO/ASA 6- A cult Favorite
In our efforts to expand our offerings of photographic films as the manufactures and distributors continue to abandon the film photographer we bring you a collection a true classic Film to play around with while you are waiting for your Go-To Photography Manufacturing Company to announce another series of emulsion cancellations. This is a five roll pack of Kodak EASTMAN 5234 Pan Black and White Films we have available for you enjoyment. All Films are loaded by us at our Photo Warehouse Plant in the finest BRAND NEW metal cartridges. #keepingfilmalive