Film Washi F 100 is a special medical x-ray film used to diagnose a mass lung disease, and it is the first time such film has been made available in 135. It is a unique film without an anti-halation layer, giving it a very strong diffusion effect and high grain.
Film Washi F comes without DX coding and will be shot at the camera’s default speed if you can’t set up ISO.
Founded in 2013 by Lomig Perrotin in a closet of his Parisian flat and then in the family garage in Saint-Nazaire, Film Washi grew up strong while staying a one-man-business. The company’s facilities are now located in decommissioned French Army containers, somewhere in Britanny.