Agfa

All super8 films you see on these pages are no longer available. I have successfully processed many of these old films.

Some say they’re useless, other say that they are the best in the world. I must agree that some films that were outdated show colours that you could not get in any other way! You can use unexposed ‘old-films’ very good. If you find a cartridge that was exposed many many years ago you could get colour changes more quickly. You can preserve an unexposed film rather good.

WittnerChrome 200D

WittnerChrome 200D super8
Color reversal, aprox. 15 meter each cartridge.
This product is made from Agfa Aviphot 200ASA daylight balanced film. This film was introduced after Kodak stopped making Ektachrome and was the only alternative for shooting colour reversal for a few years.

Agfa Moviechrome 40 sound

Agfa Moviechrome 40 sound
You don’t see this Agfa Moviechrome Sound film very often. This film gives always images after processing (some films have no more emulsion afterwards…) and the colors stay very good depending on the way it was preserved. The sound track can also be used after all the years, simply plug in your microphone.

Agfa Moviechrome 40

Agfa Moviechrome 40
This Agfa Moviechrome super8 film is on (or the) latest one. It stays sharp en clear after processing. If you find this one at a flea market: buy it and shoot it!

Agfa Moviechrome 40

Agfa Moviechrome 40
This Agfa Moviechrome super8 film is very often successful.

Agfa Moviechrome

Agfa Moviechrome 40
This Agfa Moviechrome super8 film is very often successful. Images can become monochrome blue or green.

Agfa Moviechrome

Agfa Moviechrome 40
This Agfa Moviechrome super8 film is very often successful. Images can become monochrome green or blue.

Agfachrome with soundstripe
Agfachrome with soundstripe

Agfachrome with soundstripe
This Agfachrome is processed in a black/white negative system in order to pull images out of it. A colour process doesn’t work very well. This cartridge is pre-striped which means you can record sound on the film after processing.

Agfachrome

Agfachrome
This Agfachrome is processed in a black/white negative system in order to pull images out of it. A colour process doesn’t work very well.

Currently ordering films or requesting a development service is not possible due to holidays. The order form will be active again from 10 July 2022. Please don't send any packages to The Hague either now. Thank you for your understanding!

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