127 film was introduced by Kodak in 1912 for using with one of their earliest folding cameras, and it was only discontinued in 1992. Millions of cameras were made using this format across the intervening decades. With an image height of 4cm, the 127 roll film sat nicely between medium format and 35mm, and therefore brought a compromise between image quality and convenience that neither of those formats could match.

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127 Roll Film (8 Products)