Ferrania

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Ferrania, founded in 1923, was an Italian company known mainly as a producer of film, but they produced some cameras as well and were also involved in various other areas related to photography such as printing. 3M acquired the company in the 1964. In October 2012, the company fired almost all of their employees, after they had already stopped film production in late 2009.

In 2013, the successor company Film Ferrania acquired Ferrania's old production machinery with the purpose to restart film production.

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Film

Ferrania produced its Solaris colour negative film for the 135 (35mm) and APS film formats. It was often sold rebadged under different names, like Scotch or Imation, or as an in-house film. It was available at ASA 100, 200, 400 and 800 for 35mm and ASA 200 for APS and in other formats including 110 and 120 earlier. It was the last film available for the 126 format, in late 2007.

Color

  • Ferrania Solaris FG100
  • Ferrania Solaris FG200
  • Ferrania Solaris FG400
  • Ferrania Solaris FG400i
  • Ferrania Solaris FG800
  • Ferrania Solaris FG800i
  • Ferrania Solaris FG Plus 100
  • Ferrania Solaris FG Plus 200
  • Ferrania Solaris FG Plus 400
  • Ferrania Solaris FG Plus 800

Black and white

  • Ferrania Pancro
  • Ferrania Superex Panchro

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