Astrum Color Negative 125
“Astrum” is а new brand-name of ex-“Svema” team, soviet film factory in Shostka city (today – Ukraine territory) which was making film in 1931-2004. New company does not produce photographic emulsion but sells repackaged expired film of different manufacturers.
We don’t know for sure what kind of film is rolled inside Astrum Color Negative 125 canisters. Judging by some indirect and visual signs, this is most likely an exiped Kodak Aerocolor 2444, which is also re-rolled by other manufacturers (Rollei CN200 and Washi X400 for example).
This technical film for aerial photography is loved by many photographers for its pleasant tones.
© Photo by Pavel Kosenko