620 BW Film - Kodak Verichrome Pan (1 Roll)
Kodak Verichrome Pan BW / 620 / 1 Roll / iso 125
Cold-Stored Expired 03/1980
Kodak's Verichrome is an amazingly "hearty" film that can withstand years of storage and still produce excellent images!
NOTE: It is recommended with all pre-1980 roll film to make sure the tape holding the film onto the backing paper has not dried and separated the film (from the backing paper). Before loading (in a dark room or film changing bag), it is recommended that you unroll the film a bit until you feel the backing paper and the film. Make sure the film is still taped to the backing paper. If not, simply use a piece of paper or masking tape to re-attach the film. Roll back up and load into your vintage camera. Happy shooting!
above: Verichrome Pan is an AMAZINGLY STABLE film. Image shot circa 1960 and processed in 2012 by Michael Raso - below: Smoove Sailor Alan Walker shot on expired Verichrome Pan film in 2010 by Michael Raso
Please note that your results from expired film will vary greatly and all sales of expired film are non-refundable and for adventurous photographers only! As with any film that has expired, expect some speed loss and contrast shifts in your processed film.