Quote Originally Posted by LJH View Post
Have a look at Efke films. These are "traditional" films, very much like the films made back "then".

And then do some development testing. You might need to look at you developer and/or times to get a more contrasty result.
A word of warning against Efke (and Foma, Lucky, Shanghai, etc) and cameras like these.
The red window that shows the frame numbers will fog the film through the poor quality backing paper these films feature.
I've had plenty of old folding and box cameras, and they all did this.
The only ones that work well are Kodak, Ilford, and Fuji. At least if you shoot in daylight. Shading the window does not seem to help.