With all of the different types of film and negatives in the word today, it can be a challenge to determine exactly what type of negatives you have. The chart below should help you to identify some of your odd shaped film that you might be prepping for a negative scanningorder.
|120/220 Negative||-One of the older film formats. Was introduced in 1901 by Kodak. -Along with its close relative, 220 film, 120 film survives to this day as the only medium format films that are readily available to both professionals and amateur enthusiasts.|
|110 Negative||-Developed by Kodak in 1972. -Smaller version of the 126 slide format, frame measures 13x17mm|
|126 Negative||-Developed by Kodak in 1963. -frame typically measures 26.5×26.5mm.|
|16mm Negative||-One of the older film formats. -Similar to the 16mm film used for home movies.|
|APS Negative||-Short for Advanced Photo System, and first produced in 1996. -Was released just prior to digital cameras taking over, so their use was limited.|
|Disc Film||-Easy to spot because negatives are arranged in a unique disc shape. -introduced by Kodak in 1982.|