35mm Chrome - Ektachrome (FPP RetroChrome 400 - 1 Roll - 36 exp)
FPP RetroChrome 400 Color Slide Film
35mm / 36 exp / 400 iso (DX Coded for 400 iso) / E-6 Processing
What is FPP RetroChrome film?
RetroChrome is government surplus High Speed Eastman Ektachrome color positive film. Made for industrial and governmental applications, Kodak adds “it is color reversal camera film that is intended for photography under daylight illumination. Among its many applications are news photography, sporting events and industrial photography.” The film is cold-stored 2004 expired. The film performs excellent at it’s intended box speed of 400 iso which leads us to believe that this film has been stored in the “deep freeze” for the past decade. Read all about RetroChrome history in our RetroChrome blog!
How do I shoot FPP RetroChrome Film? Just load the film into your 35mm camera and shoot. If your camera is auto, it will detect the DX code and your all ready to shoot. If you have a manual 35mm camera set your iso to 400.
Above Video: Note that both Retrochrome 320 and Retrochrome 400 are the same film and both are 400 iso. Retrochrome 320 are 24 exposure rolls and RetroChrome 400 are 36 exposure rolls.
How do I develop FPP RetroChrome film?
Home Process - If you home-process, use the FPP Rapid E6 kit for color slides or the FPP C-41 kit for cross-processed color negs!
Send it out - TheDarkroom.com - Send your Slide Film to The Darkroom for processing, scans and prints! Visit The darkroom's E6 Color Slide Page here - https://thedarkroom.com/e6-slide-film-processing/