This is a film brand that has emerged in recent years. The CHM 100 film, which comes in a beautifully designed package, is actually a replica of the CHM 125 film that was released in Germany in 2004. Meanwhile, the Kentmere 100 film is essentially the same as CHM 100, but with different packaging. However, I have found that CHM 100 is actually an enhanced version of Kentmere 100, especially in terms of dynamic range.
I have also found that CHM 100 is particularly convenient to develop. With my own developing process, I can easily obtain satisfactory results. It is worth noting that many films on the market are manufactured by Ilford in the UK, and CHM 100 is no exception.
In terms of developing, CHM 100 is very user-friendly and similar to other films such as APX 100 NEW, RPX 100, and Kentmere 100. Additionally, the developing time of CHM 100 is also very close to that of Ilford FP4. As a result, many people believe that the formula of CHM 100 is the same as that of Ilford FP4, although there are some differences.
CHM 100 can be exposed and developed identically as APX 100 NEW, RPX 100 and (surprise!) Kentmere 100. Also Developing times of FP4 are close (but not identical). CHM 100 is a robust 100 ASA Black and white film of a highest quality manufacturer from old Europe. It is ideal for getting to know analog photography. easy to use and with an excellent value. Filmtype: Black&White Film Format: 35 mm Speed: ISO 100/21° Length: 36 Exposures Featured in book: Bright white more infocontact: firstname.lastname@example.org © 2020 Zhao Zhenguo. All Rights Reserved.
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