Retro X Single-8 Film B&W 200 ISO/ASA

Retro X Single-8 Film B&W 200 ISO/ASA View larger

"Retro X" Single-8, Black and White Reversal film, ISO/ASA 200 sold with processing. 

More details

New

69,00 €

Add to wishlist

Inside is ORWO "UN54".
This film is B/W reversal, but this can be processed as B/W negative

Specifications
B/W reversal film, in Single-8 cartridge.
ASA/ISO 200 
Length : 40ft.E12m.
Acetate-based film.
Sold in moisture-proof, aluminum pack.

Film cartridge for SINGLE 8 cameras such as those manufactured by Fujica.  After shooting your film, you can send it to Retro 8 in Japan for processing.

Retro Enterprises Co., Ltd.
4-12-9 Kamezawa
Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0014
JAPAN

Single-8 is a motion picture film format introduced by Fujifilm of Japan in 1965 as an alternative to the Kodak Super 8 format.

Although the film is thinner, the other dimensions of Single-8 such as the sprocket holes and sound track, are the same as Super 8. Single-8 can be projected in Super 8 projectors and vice versa. Single-8 comes pre-loaded in B-shaped cartridges, with two separate spools unlike the coaxial system of Super 8. As a result, Single-8 film offered unlimited rewind, whereas Super 8 rewind was limited to several seconds and relied on there being sufficient empty space within the cartridge for the rewound film to pile up inside.

The Single 8 cartridge was designed to use the camera's film gate to hold the film in place during exposure. This contrasted with the Kodak system which had a plastic pressure plate built into the cartridge. It was widely believed by Single 8 enthusiasts that this would offer superior film positioning, but the reality was that Super 8's plastic pressure plate could be moulded with far smaller tolerance than Single 8's metal version could be machined.