Films sensitive to the entire visible spectrum: from violet to red and beyond… They are best used for landscape photography, or for general purposes when a wider range of nuances is needed.
Originally coated for aerial surveillance and cartography, "D" is a panchromatic negative film, offering high contrast and moderate grain.
Film "K" is converted from rolls of Kodak Plus-X Aerographic Film 2402, that expired in 2000. The production of Kodak Plus-X ceased in 2011, but it still remains one of the major films of the analog era. It will give good results for all kind of classic photography.
Film "S" is a film used by motion picture professionals for sound recording, an use which requires very fine grain and ultra high definition. This sharpness is guaranteed by a special anti-halation layer located between the film's base and the emulsion layer, while its usually in back layer for ordinary films.
Originally coated for aerial vegetation mapping, "Z" is a near infrared sensitive film, offering nice contrast and green shades separation, making it perfect for lanscape photography.
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