ORWO Film Stocks

ORWO UK is the official reseller of ORWO black and white motion picture film. ORWO stock is available in 35mm, and 16mm formats, and the company make a range of products for archival and specialist applications. To order stocks please email: jamesrholcombe@gmail.com

Black and white print films
Film spools, cans and cores
Film for 35mm bulk loaders
Machine leader films

16mm black and white negative films UN54 & N75

UN54 16mm B/W NEG / REVERSAL FILM 400ft CORE

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£112

ORWO Universal Negative Film UN 54 is a panchromatic medium speed black-and-white negative camera film for both outdoor and indoor use. Following ORWO datasheet 4185 UN 54 film can be either processed as black and white negative (for digitisation or printing to stocks such as PF2) or as  a reversal film for direct, projectable positives. This film comes on a core for magazine loading cameras.

UN54 16mm B/W NEG / REVERSAL FILM 100ft CORE

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£30.30

ORWO Universal Negative Film UN 54 is a panchromatic medium speed black-and-white negative camera film for both outdoor and indoor use. Following ORWO datasheet 4185 UN 54 film can be either processed as black and white negative (for digitisation or printing to stocks such as PF2) or as  a reversal film for direct, projectable positives. This film comes on a core for magazine loading cameras. 


Please click the image above to see a sample. 

UN54 16mm B/W NEG / REVERSAL FILM 100ft SPOOL

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£37.21

ORWO Universal Negative Film UN 54 is a panchromatic medium speed black-and-white negative camera film for both outdoor and indoor use. Following ORWO datasheet 4185 UN 54 film can be either processed as black and white negative (for digitisation or printing to stocks such as PF2) or as  a reversal film for direct, projectable positives.
This film comes on a daylight spool ready for shooting in cameras such as Bolex or Bell and Howell 70-DR cameras. Please note: these films are exactly 100ft in length and do not therefore include head and tail leaders found on competitor's spools. This means that a roll typically runs out at 95ft on a Bolex.

N75 16mm B/W NEGATIVE FILM 400ft CORE

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£135.25

ORWO Negative Film N75  is a high speed (400 asa) black-and-white panchromatic camera film for both outdoor and indoor usage. Its wide exposure latitude makes it especially suitable for use under low light illumination and difficult light conditions.


Applications include documentary films, news coverage, underwater and industrial cinematography. Use of N75  is also recommended under normal light conditions when greater depth of field is needed.


N 75 is a great advance over its predecessor, thanks to improved slippage, extremely low shedding and excellent antistatic qualities.


Please click the image above to see a sample of this film in use in low light. 

N75 16mm B/W NEGATIVE FILM 100ft CORE

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£37.25

ORWO Negative Film N 75  is a high speed (400 asa) black-and-white panchromatic camera film for both outdoor and indoor usage. Its wide exposure latitude makes it especially suitable for use under low light illumination and difficult light conditions.
Applications include documentary films, news coverage, underwater and industrial cinematography. Use of N 75  is also recommended under normal light conditions when greater depth of field is needed.


N 75 is a great advance over its predecessor, thanks to improved slippage, extremely low shedding and excellent antistatic qualities.

N75 16mm B/W NEGATIVE FILM 100ft SPOOL

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£44.27

ORWO Negative Film N 75  is a high speed (400 asa) black-and-white panchromatic camera film for both outdoor and indoor usage. Its wide exposure latitude makes it especially suitable for use under low light illumination and difficult light conditions.
Applications include documentary films, news coverage, underwater and industrial cinematography. Use of N 75  is also recommended under normal light conditions when greater depth of field is needed.


N 75 is a great advance over its predecessor, thanks to improved slippage, extremely low shedding and excellent antistatic qualities.

This film comes on a daylight spool ready for shooting in cameras such as Bolex or Bell and Howell 70-DR cameras. Please note: these films are exactly 100ft in length and do not therefore include head and tail leaders found on competitor's spools. This means that a roll typically runs out at 95ft on a Bolex. 

ORWO DN21 B/W DUPLICATING NEGATIVE FILM 16mm CORE 2000FT

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£

ORWO duplicating negative film DN 2 serves as a film for the production of black & white intermediate negatives. Due to its panchromatic sensitisation this film can be used for duplicating from b & w master positives as well as from colour master positives producing well-balanced grey values referring to original colours.
The tinted base guarantees outstanding anti-halation.


The excellent photographic and physical properties enable the production of extraordinary black & white prints.

PF2 (V3) 16mm CORE (VARIOUS LENGTHS)

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£

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PF2 (V3) B/W PRINT FILM 16mm CORE (VARIOUS LENGTHS)

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4000ft: £340.37
2000ft: £170.18
1000ft: £85.09

ORWO positive Print Film PF2 (V3) is a high quality fine grain print stock with excellent resolving power for the production of outstanding black and white prints from regular negatives, but its design parameters go further to excel particularly in meeting to specialized needs of professional film archives, where is performance further enables to spanning of areas of extreme contrast on the original negative, delivering prints with an excellent grey scale range.


PF2 V3 incorporates the highest contrast of standards required for modern print material and archive work, having a polyester base, a coating that is inherently scratch resistant, and incorporating an anti-halation layer which clarifies during processing. An anti-static layer further guarantees printing without attracting  an electrostatic charge, and provides for dust limitation during film projection.

This stock is excellent for experimental darkroom use, for example in producing photograms. Please click the image above for examples. ​

TF12d SOUND RECORDING FILM 16mm 2047ft CORE

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£225.67

ORWO TF 12d has been designed to meet critical technical standards being demanded today by sound recording professionals. It is a black and white film of panchromatic sensitivity, being characterized by superb quality attributes in high contrast, super fine grain, and ultra high definition.


When used in a camera, this stock provides a very beautiful high contrast negative akin to high con stocks such as AGFA ST8D or Kodak 3378. Please click the image above to see a sample.

 

35mm black and white negative films

UN54 35mm B/W NEG / REVERSAL FILM 1000ft CORE

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£346.06

ORWO Universal Negative Film UN 54 is a panchromatic medium speed black-and-white negative camera film for both outdoor and indoor use. Following ORWO datasheet 4185 UN 54 film can be either processed as black and white negative (for digitisation or printing to stocks such as PF2) or as  a reversal film for direct, projectable positives. This film comes on a core for magazine loading cameras.

UN54 35mm B/W NEG / REVERSAL FILM 400ft CORE

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£138.49

ORWO Universal Negative Film UN 54 is a panchromatic medium speed black-and-white negative camera film for both outdoor and indoor use. Following ORWO datasheet 4185 UN 54 film can be either processed as black and white negative (for digitisation or printing to stocks such as PF2) or as  a reversal film for direct, projectable positives. This film comes on a core for magazine loading cameras.

UN54 35mm B/W NEG / REVERSAL FILM100ft CORE

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£38.07

ORWO Universal Negative Film UN 54 is a panchromatic medium speed black-and-white negative camera film for both outdoor and indoor use. Following ORWO datasheet 4185 UN 54 film can be either processed as black and white negative (for digitisation or printing to stocks such as PF2) or as  a reversal film for direct, projectable positives. This film comes on a core for magazine loading cameras.

N75 B/W NEGATIVE FILM 35mm 1000ft CORE

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£466.93

ORWO Negative Film N 75  is a high speed (400 asa) black-and-white panchromatic camera film for both outdoor and indoor usage. Its wide exposure latitude makes it especially suitable for use under low light illumination and difficult light conditions.
Applications include documentary films, news coverage, underwater and industrial cinematography. Use of N 75  is also recommended under normal light conditions when greater depth of field is needed.


N 75 is a great advance over its predecessor, thanks to improved slippage, extremely low shedding and excellent antistatic qualities.

N75 35mm B/W NEGATIVE FILM 400ft CORE

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£186.78

ORWO Negative Film N 75  is a high speed (400 asa) black-and-white panchromatic camera film for both outdoor and indoor usage. Its wide exposure latitude makes it especially suitable for use under low light illumination and difficult light conditions.
Applications include documentary films, news coverage, underwater and industrial cinematography. Use of N 75  is also recommended under normal light conditions when greater depth of field is needed.


N 75 is a great advance over its predecessor, thanks to improved slippage, extremely low shedding and excellent antistatic qualities.

N75 35mm B/W NEGATIVE FILM 100ft CORE

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£50.05

ORWO Negative Film N 75  is a high speed (400 asa) black-and-white panchromatic camera film for both outdoor and indoor usage. Its wide exposure latitude makes it especially suitable for use under low light illumination and difficult light conditions.
Applications include documentary films, news coverage, underwater and industrial cinematography. Use of N 75  is also recommended under normal light conditions when greater depth of field is needed.


N 75 is a great advance over its predecessor, thanks to improved slippage, extremely low shedding and excellent antistatic qualities.

PF2 (V3) B/W PRINT FILM 35mm CORE (VARIOUS LENGTHS)

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1000ft: £154.68
2000ft: £309.38

ORWO positive Print Film PF2 V3 is a high quality fine grain print stock with excellent resolving power for the production of outstanding black and white prints from regular negatives, but its design parameters go further to excel particularly in meeting to specialized needs of professional film archives, where is performance further enables to spanning of areas of extreme contrast on the original negative, delivering prints with an excellent grey scale range.


PF2 V3 incorporates the highest contrast of standards required for modern print material and archive work, having a polyester base, a coating that is inherently scratch resistant, and incorporating an anti-halation layer which clarifies during processing. An anti-static layer further guarantees printing without attracting  an electro static charge, and provides for dust limitation during film projection.​

TF12d SOUND RECORDING FILM 35mm 1024ft CORE

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£169.23

ORWO TF 12d has been designed to meet critical technical standards being demanded today by sound recording professionals. It is a black and white film of panchromatic sensitivity, being characterized by superb quality attributes in high contrast, super fine grain, and ultra high definition.

Accordingly, the design is ideal for use with both digital and chemical technologies. It has the optimal spectral sensitivity necessary for high quality digital sound recording with DOLBYSR.D or DTS timecode systems, and also for optimum exposure with incandescent and laserlight sources being used in existing analogue sound recording.

The best possible degree of sharpness has been guaranteed by introducing a new AHU layer located between the film’s clear base and its emulsion, and this clarifies to neutral during processing. A permanent anti static layer between the base and the AHU layer and an antistatic backing to the film supplies protection from dust and static discharge, while also improving film transport efficiency.