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.

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.

Coronet 888

Coronet Ltd

Birmingham

England

Image of Coronet 888

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

Standard Film

Standard Photographic Supplies

Leamington Spa

England

Image of Standard Film

  • Fine Grain Orthochromatic, size S29 roll-film (for 2" x 3" exposures Kodak size 129), 5 exposure. 28° Sch. In box d. May 1942.
  • Fine Grain Orthochromatic, size S.20 roll-film (for 2 ¼" x 3 ¼" exposures Kodak size 120), 8 exposure. 29° Sch. In box d. Jan 1951.
  • Panchromatic, size 127 roll-film. 33 BSI, 125 Weston, 160 ASA, 23 DIN. In box d. 1965. The box carries the R A Bott name.

The last example above has R A Bott as the manufacturer, earlier advertisements show that name as proprietor of Standard.

References & Notes:
BJA 1951, p. 557.

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.


Company Details:

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

D & P