Ilford FP4 Plus 120 Black and White Negative (Print) Film (ISO-125)

Ilford
Product #:
ILF360
Manufacturer #:
1678169
UPC:
019498678165
  • Medium Speed ISO 125
  • Fine Grain, high sharpness
  • Robust exposure tolerance
  • 120 Roll

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Film Type:
Black & White
Film Type:
Refers to the development process by which the particular film uses. The most common are black and white, color negative (C-41), and color reversal (E-6)
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Film Size:
120
Film Size:
Refers to the format of the film being used. (35mm, 120, 4x5, etc...)
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Film Speed:
125 ASA
Film Speed:
Refers to the ISO rating of the film. Film speed relates to light sensitivity. The higher the ISO, the more sensitive the film is to light.
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Overview

ILFORD FP4 PLUS is a very fine grain black and white film. It features outstanding sharpness and high acutance making it the film of choice whenever a job demands great enlargement or the subject contains a wealth of fine detail. Nominally rated at ISO 125/22, ILFORD FP4 PLUS has become the benchmark against which other medium speed films are judged. With enormous latitude for exposure error, above and below, its ISO 125 ILFORD FP4 PLUS is very suitable for most photographic subjects under a variety of lighting conditions.

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Specifications

Brand
Ilford - Ilford
Brand
Brand: Ilford
Film Specifications
Film Type: Black & White
Film Type:
Refers to the development process by which the particular film uses. The most common are black and white, color negative (C-41), and color reversal (E-6)

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Film Size: 120
Film Size:
Refers to the format of the film being used. (35mm, 120, 4x5, etc...)

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Film Speed: 125 ASA
Film Speed:
Refers to the ISO rating of the film. Film speed relates to light sensitivity. The higher the ISO, the more sensitive the film is to light.

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  • Ilford FP4 Plus 120 Black and White Negative Film (ISO-125)

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