116 Film - Kodak Color Vision 200T (1 Roll)
One Roll - Kodak Vision 200T 65mm perforated color film for your 116 Camera. Film is fresh and hand-rolled by Michael Raso
Tungsten Balanced (use 85 orange color correction filter in daylight)
Process Only: ECN-2
Please READ ALL info on this page before purchasing this film.
Please check your camera manual to make sure this is the correct film size for your vintage camera. This is a hand-rolled 116 roll of film using 65mm Kodak 200T film, vintage backing paper and vintage metal 116 spool.
Note: The backing paper used is original backing paper that is over 50 years old. Tears and rips in backing paper have been repaired to avoid light leaks. Please load and unload in dim light. Due to the age of the backing paper and your camera your results will vary and are not guaranteed.
Supply is severely limited.
New, fresh, batch-tested film
We have batch-tested this film using a Kodak Jr Number 1 folding camera. Results are posted on this page.
Above: Pompton Lakes shot on 116 Kodak 200T / 1a Kodak Jr Camera (85a filter over lens) - home processed - Epson v700 scan. Below: Same as above but scanned with sprocket holes. Film Rescue will scan for you WITH or WITHOUT sprockets.
This film is process ECN2. Blue Moon Camera is the recommended lab to process and scan this film. An order form will be included in your order. (The order form is not a pre-paid order form). It can also be home processed using our FPP color negative kit. If home processing, you will need a 116 sized (70mm) film tank or DIY-it in a bucket.
FPP customer asks:
Q: I saw that it is 65mm film; correct me if i'm wrong, but isn't 116/616 70mm? What is 65mm film used for?
A: It's 65mm motion picture film. The same size film used for the latest Star Wars film. Yes, 116/616 is 70mm wide. 65mm will fit nicely in the 116/616 backing paper.
Q: Do I need a filter to shoot with this film?
A: Our 200T is Tungsten balanced which means it's designed to shoot under indoor, artificial light. When shooting in daylight, we recommend holding a 85a color correction filter over your lens. You can get one right here at The FPP!
Q: I'm also interested in when it expired, and if I should rate it at a different iso.