35mm BW Film - Tasma NK-2 100 (1 Roll)
TASMA NK-2 35mm Film! / 1 Roll / 35mm / BW / 24 exp / DX-Coded 100 iso / Process BW
Tasma NK 100 - a unique emulsion exclusive to the FPP! You've heard of "Cult Cameras"...now The FPP is happy to make available this cult Russian BW film - Fresh-Dated, DX-Coded and ready to shoot!!
Keep your film Light Tight! This film stock is subject to "light piping" when exposed to room light. Please load in dim light and store in a dark camera bag before and after shooting. If storing your film in fridge, freezer or home shelf, store in a light tight bag as well. What is light piping? Read our blog by Leslie Lazenby. Film Washi is an experimental film. Your results are not guaranteed. As with all of our films being shot using vintage cameras, your results are not guaranteed.
History of "Tasma" started in 1933 as a Factory Film Number 8. "Tasma" (in deciphering the "Tatar Sensitive Materials") was the name the company received in 1974.
FPP's Mark O'Brien writes: "Tasma film originates from Russia, and is described as a b&w motion picture film. The Russian site says that the factory dates from 1933, so Tasma has a long history. The film is on a PET base, not acetate, and consequently is extremely tough and will not tear like an acetate-based film. It's also thinner than typical 35mm films, much like the Svema stocks that I have used, but seems not as flimsy as the Svema. The Tasma NK-2 film is fresh stuff, according to the FPP site, and has a sort of cult-status."
above image by Paul-Henri / Leica M7 with Voigtlander 15mm Super Wide-Heliar on Tasma N-K2 film
Where can I get this film processed?
You can process yourself or send it out to TheDarkroom.com!