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Harman has expanded the Ilford range of black & white films with Ortho Plus 135 and 120 formats. Plus, they have new printing paper, a film processing starter kit and the Harman reusable camera for sale, too.

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Lomography has released an updated version of the popular Black & White Berlin 400 film formula.

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A new black & white film from Fujifilm will be shipping towards the end of 2019 after fans asked for the film to be reintroduced.

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Kodak has teamed up with craft beer creator from Delaware, USA to create a beer that can be used for processing film.

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A Legendary Roll of German Cine Film Reborn for still photography, the B&W 100 Potsdam Kino Film is reborn.

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Lomography have just launched the Black and White 100 35mm Potsdam Kino Film.

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Made specially for i-Type cameras, these two new film types are perfectly pastel and modern.

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Polaroid has created 3 special edition film packs inspired by summer that have a tropical twist.

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Kodak has released a new point-and-shoot camera that also prints photos.

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Lomography are creating an analogue instant camera that produces Instax square pictures.

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A new pinhole camera design, which can be built on a 3D printer, is now available for free.

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Polaroid black & white film for 600-type cameras and the Impossible I-type now has a black frame.

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