|Black and White
This film was called Neopan 400 Professional outside of Japan, where it was called Presto.
My all-time favorite 400 speed black and white negative film.
Gives your images a shimmery, silvery look that is hard to describe. Its style does not look old or nostalgic like Tri-X or HP5+.
Incredible exposure latitude and shadow detail. Look at this shot. It was accidentally shot at 3200 and developed at 400. And that's with being expired 10 years.
The tonality is somewhat similar to Acros. Develops great in HC-110.
I have been able to get about 40 megapixels of detail from it by printing it with an enlarger.
I think it looks best when pushed 1/2 to 1 stop.
Shoot it if you find it.