Miscellaneous roll-film - Antique and Vintage Cameras

Kingsway Film

Image of Kingsway Film

Size No.2 (120). For 4, 2 ¼" x 3 ¼" exposures. Wooden spool. Box.

Refleks

1960s

Freefilms Ltd.

London

England

Panchromatic.

  • Size R-16 (116). For 8, 2 ½" x 4 ¼" exposures. Speed: 31° Sch. Wooden spool. Box.
  • Size R-20 (120). For 8, 2 ¼" x 3 ¼" exposures. Speed: 31° Sch. Metal spool. Box. Leaflet, return postage label, postage envelope from Freefilms.

Notes:
Address: Dawes Rd.

Refleks was the name of film supplied by Freefilms. The company advertised in magazines offering to send a free roll of film, this was then returned to Freefilms for processing and enlarging at a cost of 5 or 6 shillings, another roll of film was also included.

Kiku Film

Panchromatic.
4 rolls of 10 exposure film for 14 x 14 mm images. Dated Oct 1962. Box for 6 rolls.

Ferraniacolor

Ferrania

Milan

Italy

Colour reversal.
Size F20 (120). Speed: 20 ASA, 15 DIN, 16 Weston, 25° Sch. Dated 1955. The film is in an aluminium container. Instructions, box.

A note in the box indicates that the film is developed with a 'home processing kit' and not returned to the distributors - Neville Brown or Johnsons.

References & Notes:
BJA 1956, p. 539.

Ferrania

Ferrania

Milan

Italy

Image of Ferrania

  • Size F.520 (120). Speed: 30° Sch. Dated April 1952. Box.
  • Size F.520 (120). Speed: 28° Sch. 18 DIN. Dated March 1952. Box.

The second example is stamped with the updated film speed of 30.

Erac

Erac (1946) Camera Co.

Southend-on-Sea

England

Image of Erac

Panchromatic.
Size P.40. 21 mm wide roll-film. Box.

For the Erac pistol camera introduced in 1938.

Coronet 888

Coronet Ltd

Birmingham

England

Image of Coronet 888

Size 888 (Kodak 828) roll-film. Two rolls in box d. 1950.

Panraf

Panchromatic.
Size 120. For 6, 2 ¼" x 3 ¼" exposures. Speed: 31° Sch. Leaflet from F.W. Straw. 9 St. John's St. Colchester.

Panraf is re-spooled ex RAF film. It was sold just after the war when ordinary film was in short supply. The leaflet explains that the film base is thicker than ordinary roll-film, which is why there are only 6 exposures per roll, and that the emulsion has a higher contrast.

35 mm Refill

Panchromatic.
Standard length refill for a 35 mm cassette. 17 DIN.


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Coronet

Film and Plates

Agfa

Autotype

Barnet

Dufay

Ensign

Gevaert

Granville

Guilleminot

Ilford plates & paper

Ilford roll-film

Illingworth

Imperial

Kodak paper

Kodak plates

Kodak roll-film & film-packs

Lumière

Lumière Autochrome

Paget

Paget Duplicating Method

Polaroid

Wellington

Miscellaneous paper

Miscellaneous plates & film

Miscellaneous roll-film

Disc & Cartridges

Chemicals