Shooting with Rollei DIGIBASE CN200 PRO

ILFORD XP2 Super 400 has been my film choice for the longest time. But in the spirit of getting out of my comfort zone and trying new things, I decided to give a different film a go. Browsing the film selection at the Fotoimpex store, I stumbled upon Rollei DIGIBASE CN200 PRO. Further research piqued my interested in the film, and I ended up ordering a couple of rolls. I reasoned that even if I don’t like the film itself, I could always use the nifty twin-roll plastic cases the film comes in.

There are a few characteristics that make Rollei DIGIBASE CN200 PRO stand out from the crowd. First of all, the film features a polyester base that makes the film stronger and less prone to tearing. Compared to other films, Rollei DIGIBASE CN200 PRO is also noticeably thinner. It also lacks the typical orange mask, and a special coating makes the film more resistant to scratches and improves its anti-static qualities. According to Macodirect, Rollei DIGIBASE CN200 PRO has a wide exposure latitude, and the film is suitable for use in various lighting conditions.

Obviously, i wasn’t able to put all of these claims to the test, but here are a handful of photos, so you can get a better idea of the film’s capabilities for yourself. As for me, I think I’ll keep a roll or two of Rollei DIGIBASE CN200 PRO in my photo bag from now on. Thanks for stopping by!

Nikomat FTn, Nikon GN Auto NIKKOR 45mm f/2.8, Rollei DIGIBASE CN200 PRO

Nikomat FTn, Nikon GN Auto NIKKOR 45mm f/2.8, Rollei DIGIBASE CN200 PRO

Nikomat FTn, Nikon GN Auto NIKKOR 45mm f/2.8, Rollei DIGIBASE CN200 PRO

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