Revue 35CC Archive

  • Recently someone gave me two rolls of ORWO PAN 100, a panchromatic Black and White film, made here in Germany. ORWO still sells it as medium speed surveillance film, but I don't know if the emulsion nowadays is the same as the one from the film that I've got. This panchromatic film has the characteristic to be sensitive to all wavelengths of visible light, producing a very realistic image.

    ORWO PAN 100

    Recently someone gave me two rolls of ORWO PAN 100, a panchromatic Black and White film, made here in Germany. ORWO still sells it as medium speed surveillance film, but I don't know if the emulsion nowadays is the same as the one from the film that I've got. This panchromatic film has the characteristic to be sensitive to all wavelengths of visible light, producing a very realistic image.

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  • The Espresso Camera

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  • On a recent flea-market I bought a Revue 35CC with some Film inside for very, very little money. The camera had a stuck shutter, so I took the half exposed film out and cleaned the camera. Fresh batteries and voila, the little Revue is alive again. I developed the film in caffenol (what else), a Kodak Gold 200.

    Found film

    On a recent flea-market I bought a Revue 35CC with some Film inside for very, very little money. The camera had a stuck shutter, so I took the half exposed film out and cleaned the camera. Fresh batteries and voila, the little Revue is alive again. I developed the film in caffenol (what else), a Kodak Gold 200.

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