French film producer Bergger has hinted that it is working on a new film.
The company teased news of a new emulsion on Instagram on Wednesday.
The French company – the last manufacturer of analogue film and papers left in France – posted four images, including a negative of a portrait.
The post read: “We are very proud to tell you a little bit of a secret… For months we have been working on a new project… New product? Well, to be honest not completely new… We have in our cookbook the recipe of a very special film we think you’ll love… Stay tuned, we will tell you more soon.”
The images also include fragments of a film recipe, but there are few concrete details given away.
At the moment, Bergger produces only one film, the very well regarded Pancro 400 black-and-white film. The 400-ISO film is available in a range of formats, including 35mm and 120, aswell as large format.
Kosmo Foto hopes to bring you more details about the new film soon.
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