Welcome to the FERRANIA P30® ALPHA feedback form!
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We have created this smart form so you can share your experience using P30 ALPHA directly with our factory team. Your input, for better or worse, will help our team to determine the final, "non-ALPHA" film.

Which photo best describes your experience with P30® ALPHA? *



 
That's truly fantastic news! Our own tests have shown amazing results and we're glad to hear that you are happy as well.To help us fine-tune our Best Practices, please answer the following questions.

 
What was the make and model of camera and lens you used? *

If you used several different cameras or lenses, please list as many as you like.
 
There should be a sticker on the plastic canister with a code number on it. This is the actual batch number of your roll. Please enter this number here:

 
Did you shoot the film at the box speed of 80 ISO, or some other speed? *

If "other", please tell us as much as you can.
 
How was the film processed? *


If you processed yourself, please describe the chemistry and equipment you used, as well as the temperature, timing, dilution, etc.

If you took your film to a lab, please enter their info below. Bonus points if you can supply an email address or at least a website link!
 
Would you like to share one of your P30 photographs with us for our online gallery and social media accounts? *


 
Great!

To ensure your photos look amazing in our gallery, please save them as JPG at the highest possible quality and make sure they are at least 1800px on the longest side.

Please note that not every photo submitted will automatically be included in the gallery.
 
Thanks for sharing! In the space below, please put your photo credit as you would like it to appear on our gallery. Please also mention the specific camera/lens combo and any other data you may have kept about the exposure. *

 
We are sorry to hear that, but your input can help our team understand any changes we may need to make to improve P30 ALPHA.

 
There should be a sticker on the plastic canister with a code number on it. This is the actual batch number of your roll. Please enter this number here:

 
When shooting the film, did you follow the suggestions outlined in our Best Practices PDF? *


 
Did you notice any scratches, tears or other marks on either the scans or negatives? *


 
What was the make and model of camera you used? *

If you used several different cameras, please list as many as you like.
 
Did you shoot the film at the box speed of 80 ISO, or some other speed? *

If "other", please tell us as much as you can.
 
In that case, please describe to us, in your own words, what parts of the Best Practices you followed and which you couldn't. *

 
What was the make and model of camera you used? *

If you used several different cameras, please list as many as you like.
 
Did you shoot the film at the box speed of 80 ISO, or some other speed? *

If "other", please tell us as much as you can.
 
OK - now it's really important that we understand the details of processing, scanning and/or printing of your film.If you have multiple rolls, let's please focus on whatever roll you consider to be the worst for the remaining questions.

 
How was this roll of P30 film processed? *


 
Did you provide your lab with the Best Practices PDF - either by giving them a printout or sending them to our site for downloading it themselves? *

     
 
After the lab processed your film, what happened next? *


 
In this case, it's best that we speak with your lab directly to understand their workflow.

Please enter the contact info for your lab. Ideally, this would include a URL for the lab's website. At minimum, we must have either an email address or phone number. *

 
Can you please tell us the scanner and software you use to make your own scans? *

 
Can you please describe the equipment and process you used to make prints from this roll of P30? *

 
Did you follow the processing information provided in the Best Practices document? *

     
 
Please describe the equipment, chemistry, temperature, dilution and timing you used in processing this roll of P30 ALPHA film. *

The more detail you can provide, the better!
 
In order to determine what may have gone wrong, please upload an example image using the button below.

Several images would be even better, but this tool only accepts one file. To upload multiple images, .zip them together into a single archive.

Please note: to properly assess the image(s), we need a file at least 1800px on the long size and saved as a JPG at the highest possible quality. *

We're always very happy to hear from satisfied customers.
Thanks so much for your input!
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FILM Ferrania aims to offer nothing but the highest quality products, and your stated issues with P30 film are of critical importance to us. 

We cannot reply directly to every response to this form, but all data will be shared with our factory team, and if we further action is warranted, we will be in touch with you directly.

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