Bergger Pancro 400

Bergger Pancro 400

If I am anything, it is a creature of habit, I gravitate to the same places to shoot photos, I watch the same Andy Griffith show to fall asleep, and I tend to use the same film stocks; HP5 for black and white, Provia for slide, and Portra 400 for color. I rarely purchase other film stocks.

Recently, two new films hit the market, Japan Camera Hunter released a 400 speed black and white film with very high contrast, it only comes in 35mm. I do not usually shoot 35mm, so I had not shot it until last week. 

Another film that was released was Bergger Pancro 400. I picked up a few rolls and gave them a shot (pun!), I have to say that I really like it. It gives smooth tones and medium contrast. I'll just show you the pictures, no reason for me to keep blabbing. 

At the Museum of African American History and Culture
Fuji GF670w + Bergger Pancro 400 at 1600 in Xtol

Washington Monument GF670w + Bergger 400 at 1600 in Xtol

Washington Monument
GF670w + Bergger 400 at 1600 in Xtol

Herbie Hancock Fuji GF670w + Bergger Pancro 400

Herbie Hancock
Fuji GF670w + Bergger Pancro 400

Fort Totten Transfer Fuji GF670w + Bergger Pancro 400 at 400

Fort Totten Transfer
Fuji GF670w + Bergger Pancro 400 at 400

Maggie Pentax 645n + 105mm F2.4 | Bergger Pancro 400 at 400

Maggie
Pentax 645n + 105mm F2.4 | Bergger Pancro 400 at 400

Banana-J Himself! Pentax 645n + 45mm F2.8 | Bergger Pancro 400 at 400

Banana-J Himself!
Pentax 645n + 45mm F2.8 | Bergger Pancro 400 at 400

Even though I messed up two roll in develop thanks to old Banana-J there, it still came out to my liking. Very smooth. 11/10 would use this film again, most likely at box speed. 

The Trans-Mongolian: Beijing to St. Petersburg

The Trans-Mongolian: Beijing to St. Petersburg

Patagonia: Road Trip Edition

Patagonia: Road Trip Edition

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