General consensus seems to be with film manufacturers, that
a) 35mm film is coated on 0.12 or 0.13 mm film support
b) MF film (120, 220) is coated on 0.10 mm support
c) LF film is coated on 0.19 mm support
Now I can understand that the sheet film is somewhat thicker than the other film, but why is the MF film thinner than the 35mm?
Is the film thickness specified in some industry standard?