What’s the difference between films?

Each film has its own look, as if you’re changing filters.

Why is there a difference in Film prices?

Films prices varies depending on the ISO and the brand.

Can all cameras shoot color and b&w?

Yes, any film camera can shoot color and b&w as it depends on the film not the camera.

Why didn’t I get 24,36, ... pictures?

That could be due to:

- Usually a couple of frames at the beginning of the roll are exposed while loading the roll in the camera.

- Very over/underexposed frames our scanners couldn't detect.

- The film was rewinded early.

- If you shot the film in a disposable, you might have not shot the whole film.

Why isn't my film a sent yet?

Our standard film processing period is 3~4 buisness days, and with every extra roll we add 1 more buisness day. We have faster services you can ask for when dropping off your films.

What are the available films and cameras?

Visit our website Fatfilmsstop.net to find all the available gear and films and follow our social media platforms to find all the updates announced.

What is processed and scanning?

A shot film first has to be processed in chemicals first to obtain the film negatives then the negatives are put in a scanner to be scanned to obtain digital pictures.

What’s the differences between the developing and scanning options?

For the developing it depends on the film itself, as for the scanning you can consider the options as Normal and High Quality. Normal being (2400 DPI) and High being (3200 DPI).

Can I see samples taken by film/camera?

Yes, we advise checking Lomography.com for samples.

What does expired film mean?

Some people prefer the unexpected results of expired film as over time the chemicals on the film deteriorate, colors shift and aren't as vibrant, and grain increases. A film’s decline will be gradual so we compensate by lowering the ISO by one stop for each decade past expiry.