Find Film For Your Camera

Yes, you can find film for your camera! 

Most popular consumer film cameras used 35mm, 110, Instamatic, disc, or Polaroid film. Not all of those film formats are still produced but you can usually find expired film on ebay. 

Film Formats Still Manufactured

You can still find fresh film for your camera if it uses these film formats: 110, 35mm, 120, 4x5, and 8x10.

Popular 35mm Films

Kodak Gold 200: Kodak's consumer film is surprisingly versatile and a great 35mm film to learn the basics of film photography with. 

Kodak Portra 400: Kodak's professional 35mm film stock is extremely versatile and is great for portrait photography.

Kodak Tmax 400: Kodak claims this film is the world's most popular black and white film and they may actually be telling the truth. A great film to learn how to develop black and white film with. 

Ilford HP5: Ilford's classic black and white film is great in 35mm or larger sizes. 

Polaroid / Instant Film

Film by Impossible  Polaroid Originals fits Polaroid 600 film cameras

Polaroid Spectra/1200 Image: Film for Polaroid Spectra, Procam and Polaroid 1200 printer.

Impossible Project 8x10: integral film for Polaroid 8x10 backs.

Discontinued Film Types & Sizes

It is still possible to find film for cameras that use these film formats that have been discontinued.

Polaroid 500: Film for Polaroid 500 cameras, Joycam and the Polaroid 500 printer.

Polaroid iZone 100 & 200: pocket sticker film

Polaroid Roll Film: film for Polaroid's early roll film cameras

620 film is easy to find or you can make your own.

Unique Films 35mm & Medium Format

Kodak Aerochrome: buy this unique false color infrared film.

Kodak Ektachrome: buy this lazarus 35mm slide film.

Classic Film Cameras

Leica M4-P: classic early rangefinder.

Leica M5: the rangefinder that almost killed Leica.

Leica M6: the classic film rangefinder.