|Brand||Name||ISO/ASA||Formats||DX Code||Colour||Country||Date||Date Notes||Label Details||Processing Notes||General Notes||Manufacturer's Data Sheet||Past Manufacturer's Data Sheet|
|Revolog||460nm||200||35||colour||Changes the colour of your picture monochromatically. Depending on exposure and the development and scanner settings of the photographic lab the pictures either appear blue/violet or yellow/green.|
|Revolog||600nm||201||35||colour||Changes the colour of your photo monochromatically. Depending on exposure and the development and scanner settings of the photographic lab the pictures either appear red or blue-green.|
|Revolog||Kolor||202||35||colour||This film adds a rainbow of colours - including red, blue, orange, green, pink, turquoise, and more.|
|Revolog||Kosmos||203||35||colour||This effect is blue stardust.|
|Revolog||Laser||204||35||colour||Lazer film adds green and blue lines. The effect includes the sprocket holes.|
|Revolog||Plexus||205||35||colour||Shows an organic looking, bluish structure that reminds of a neural net or underwater reflections. The effect is visible on the whole photograph and is stronger in darker parts of the image.|
|Revolog||Rasp||206||35||colour||Includes coloured lines, which either run horizontally (when shooting landscape format) or vertically (when shooting portrait format).|
|Revolog||Snovlox||100||35||B&W||The effect of this film is similar to the Volvox film, but includes a white dot effect that resembles snowflakes.|
|Revolog||Streak||200||35||colour||Adds a vintage look that has a streak effect. The streak effect is stronger in the darker parts of the frame and will add a slightly yellowish tone to these areas as well.|
|Revolog||Tesla 1||200||35||colour||Adds unexpected bluish-white lightning bolts.|
|Revolog||Tesla 2||201||35||colour||Similar to Tesla 1, Tesla 2 creates lightning bolts, but they appear red.|
|Revolog||Texture||202||35||colour||Texture film shows a bubble-like structure throughout.|
|Revolog||Volvox||203||35||colour||The effect is bright green dots in different shapes and sizes all over your photographs. The dots are more visible in darker parts of the image and can give the picture a slight 3D effect.|
Robin Canham transitioned from a 15 year career in academic librarianship to finishing her first year in the Master of Arts Conservation program at Queen’s University with a specialization in paper conservation. She’s also an avid bookbinder and loves incorporating photography into her work. Visit her website or follow on Instagram @burroakbookbinding.
Claire Moclock is an Archivist and Artist based in Pennsylvania. Her favorite photographic things are Polaroids, expired film, and her Nikon F3. Visit her website or follow on Instagram @mocloe.