Harman Technology has released a limited-edition 35mm film, the Harman Phoenix 200. The film is the first one to be made entirely from emulsion to cassette at Harman’s Mobberley factory in Cheshire in the UK.
‘It produces high-contrast images with strong, visible grain and punchy, vibrant colours,’ Harman said. The film comes in a 36-exposure DX-coded cassette and can be rated between ISO 100 and ISO 400. It is said to perform best at ISO 200 in good, consistent light, with the possibility of halation.
Known for making black and white films, Harman has indicated that this is a sign of their ongoing commitment to the future of analogue photography.
The Harman Phoenix 200 is priced at £12.99 and is on sale now, available from Analogue Wonderland and other specialist analogue photography retailers. For a list of retailers and more information about the product, visit Harman’s website, Instagram, Facebook, and X.
Harman Phoenix 200 key features:
- Medium speed ISO 200
- High contrast and strong grain
- C41 processing
- Available as a DX coded 35mm 36exp film.
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