We are thrilled to bring you the VERY LAST BATCH of Japanese Fukkatsu 110 film, sourced through the FilmPhotographyProject! Batch-tested, ready to load in your favorite 110 camera!
Expired in 12/2018. ISO 100, 24 exposures.
READ THE BLOG - The Mystery of the Missing Fukkatsu 110 Film!
Note: As with all Instamatic film it is recommended you tape up the back window of your camera (with black tape) to avoid possible light leaking through the backing paper.
above: Image shot by Randy Jennings on his Canon 110ED / Fukkatsu 110 b&w film.
Notice: It has come to our attention that the Fukkatsu factoy used the wrong tabbing cartridges for the BW 100 film. In most cameras, it won't matter but in more sophisticated camera (like the Pentax Auto 110), the camera will read the film as ISO 400. Likely, the film has enough latitude to handle. As with all expired films, we can not guarantee results.