FILM Ferrania’s P30 black-and-white film has been made available to several film retailers across Europe.
The film, which was reformulated after an Alpha version was released in 2017, is now being sold by a clutch of film sellers in Germany, Spain, Italy, Switzerland and the UK.
FILM Ferrania announced the rollout on Thursday (16 January).
The release follows a limited trial in Italy and a rolling out in the US late last year.
The new P30 is available from:
Punto Foto Group
FILM Ferrania, based near the Italian city of Genoa, is a start-up producing film using the old R&D testing lab for Ferrania, once one of Europe’s largest film producer. The Ferrania factory stopped making film in 2009.
It crowdfunded through a Kickstarter in 2013, initially intending to produce a new version of Ferrania’s Chrome 100 colour slide film. But production problems meant the start-up switched to reinstating P30, based on an 80-ISO cinema film it produced in the 1960s.
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