Kodak BW400CN


Kodak BW400CN
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Kodak BW400CN
Manufacturer Kodak
Page By Pharmacist
Page Type Dec 19, 2009 / Dec 20, 2009
Object ID 6723
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Product Description

From the Kodak Website:

Kodak BW400CN delivers "all the impact and elegance of black and white—with the undeniable convenience of C-41 processing. The finest-grained chromogenic film in the world, BW400CN delivers smooth, neutral tones with amazing highlight and shadow detail—even when it’s enlarged."

From BHPhoto website:

"Kodak Professional BW400CN film is a multi-purpose 400-speed black-and-white chromogenic film designed for processing in color negative chemistry and printing on color negative paper.

This film is intended for exposure with daylight, electronic flash, and artificial illumination. You can also obtain pleasing results under other light sources, i.e. illumination in stadiums, without using filters.

This film can be printed on Kodak Professional Portra Endura, Supra Endura and Ultra Endura Papers, as well as other color negative papers.

• Replaces the Portra Black and White film and Kodak TCN
• Offers extremely fine grain in a professional chromogenic film
• Result is a smooth, neutral tone image with outstanding highlight and shadow detail"

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Pharmacist - Dec 20, 2009 11:28 am - Voted 5/5

I personally love this film. It is just beautiful. Its available in 35mm format or medium format 120. You can even get the 35mm stuff in a 3 pack at Walmart. This is the only film I will buy there. But the best part is that it can be processed almost anywhere (drugstore, grocery store, etc). No need for special black and white chemicals. Try it on your next trip--you will love the look of this film!

Davtrex - Dec 11, 2012 12:54 am - Hasn't voted

Doesn't work in a digital camera.

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