|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|
|Warszawskie Zaklady Fototechniczne (WZF)||(unnamed)||40||120||black & white||Poland||1950s-1955||white packaging||The first film produced by WZF. The film was unnamed as the trade names of Foton and Fotopan had not yet been adopted. This film was replaced by the Fotopan series.|
|Warszawskie Zaklady Fototechniczne (WZF)|
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.