These films are coated by machines in other factories but are not made for regular photography. They may have been designed for exposition through automatic machines, like motion picture sound or leader film, or even not intended for visible light, like X-ray films. Some other are reserved to governmental or military uses, like surveillance films. However, these films can be hacked from their intended use for artistic or fun purposes. That is why Film Washi converts them to standard formats to make them usable in classic cameras.
"X" is a technical film with no orange mask that gives beautif warm toned and highly saturated pictures witch recall the first color negative film of the 40’s & 50’s. It also offer the possibility to process it in both C41 (negative) or E6 (slide) process.
Film "F" is a special X-ray film used for mass lung disease diagnose and it is the first time such film is made available in 135. It is a truly a unique film that offer, being coated without anti-halation layer, a high diffusion effect and beautiful grain.
Film "I" is originally used for industrial non destructive tests like welding quality check. Being coated on each side of its thick blue polyester base and whitout anti-halation layer, it will give a very special look to the pictures.
"R" is a panchromatic paper designed for photo booth, converted and perforated to be used in classic 135 cameras. Processed in specific reversal chemistry it gives a 35mm perforated stripe with small 24x36mm positive pictures.
Originally coated for aerial surveillance and cartography, "D" is a panchromatic negative film, offering high contrast and moderate grain. Because of the war situation in Ukraine, films D-135, coated in Russia, will not be produced until further notice.
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 landscape photography.
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 "A" is a black & white film used as leader and protection during the reproduction process of motion picture films. It is sensitised to record technical data and offers a very fine grain and a very high contrast.
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