It is 100 years since 127 film was launched, once the mainstay of family photography, it is now obsolete.
To mark this centenary year, I plan to use as many 127 film cameras as I can.
The curly Efke film managed to slip free from the film plane and provide an unplanned selective focus effect.
I've been using the Rollei Retro 80S in my Brownie 127 and Brownie Reflex, and I find that is ridiculously curly. Take the weighted clip off the bottom of the strip and it rolls itself right up. Making it lie flat in the scanner is practically impossible!I had been wondering if the Efke was less likely to curl up, but it looks pretty similar.The Rollei 35mm films also curl tightly given half a chance, too.