German film ????

Discussion in 'B&W: Film, Paper, Chemistry' started by Schlapp, Jan 19, 2007.

  1. Schlapp

    Schlapp Member

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    I have acquired some rolls of 120 B&W film that comes in a green packaging with silver lettering. It says ; 120 Black and White safety film; Made in Germany. Once opened, on the film backing paper tag [white] it says Panchromatic film, Made in Germany. On the backing paper itself which is beige it has the usual START but also ANFANO.

    Has anyone any idea what this stuff is and what the ISO is please?
     
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    Could be ORWO, I guess?

    Can't help you with the ISO, but at least I'm certain it says "Anfang" which is "Start" in German. :wink:
     
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    Thanks Ole. It doesn't look like any ORWO film I have used in the past though.
     

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    Old film question

    I've seen the picture of this film meanwhile in the German APHOG forum.

    It seems to be a PERUTZ film, a private label form the former AGFA.

    Regads
     
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    many thanks. Any idea of how i should rate it please?