Timeline of Heritage Photographic Film Digitisation | Oxford UK

Transparent Negatives, Color Reversal Film (or "slide film"), Black-and-White Reversal Film, Instant films, X-Ray Film Types.

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Designation  Type Introduced Discontinued Image size Exposures Comment
101 roll film 1895 1956 88.9 x 88.9 mm
102 roll film 1896 1933 25.4 × 50.8 mm One flange has gear teeth
103 roll film 1896 1949 100 × 125 mm
104 roll film 1897 1949 120.65 × 95.25 mm
105 roll film 1897 1949 57.15 × 82.55 mm Like 120 film with 116-size flanges
106 for roll holder 1898 1924 88.9 x 88.9 mm Roll holder films were wound inside out
107 for roll holder 1898 1924 82.55 × 107.95 mm
108 for roll holder 1898 1929 4+14 × 3+14 in
109 for roll holder 1898 1924 4 × 5 in
110
(early roll film)
for roll holder 1898 1929 5 × 4 in No relation to the later 110 cartridge format.
110
("Pocket Instamatic")
cartridge 1972 Present  13 × 17 mm 16 mm stock, registration perforated
Introduced with Kodak's "Pocket Instamatic" series
Daylight, Transparency, Black & White

Fujifilm ceased 110 production in 2009. Lomography revived the format in 2011.

111 for roll holder 1898 Unknown 6+12 × 4+34 in
112 for roll holder 1898 1924 7 × 5 in
113 for roll holder 1898 Unknown 90 × 120 mm
114 for roll holder 1898 Unknown 120 × 90 mm
115 roll film 1898 1949 6+34 × 4+34 in
116 roll film 1899 1984 2+12 × 4+14 in Like 616 film with wider flanges
117 roll film 1900 1949 2+14 × 2+14 in 12 Like 620 spool with 120 keyslot
118 roll film 1900 1961 3+14 × 4+14 in 3.474-inch spool
119 roll film 1900 1940 4+14 × 3+14 in
120 roll film 1901 Present 2+14 × 3+14 in
56 × 70 mm
2+14 × 2+14 in
2+14 × 1+58 in
8
10
12–13
15–16
2.4 inch (60.96 mm) stock, unperforated, paper-backed
121 roll film 1902 1941 1+58 × 2+12 in
122 roll film 1903 1971 3+14 × 5+12 in 6 or 10 Postcard format
123 roll film 1904 1949 4 × 5 in
124 roll film 1905 1961 3+14 × 4+14 in 3.716-inch spool: same picture size as 118 with longer spool
125 roll film 1905 1949 3+14 × 5+12 in like 122 on longer spool; also for stereo pairs, 3+14 in × 2+12 in x 2
126
(early roll film)
roll film 1906 1949 4+14 × 6+12 in No relation to the 126 cartridge format introduced in 1963.
126
("Instamatic")
cartridge 1963 2008 26.5 × 26.5 mm 12, 20 (later 24) 35 mm stock, registration perforated
Introduced with first "Instamatic" cameras under the name "Kodapak"
127 roll film 1912 Present 1+58 × 2+12 in
1+58 × 1+58 in
1+58 × 1+14 in
8
12
16
46 mm stock, "Vest Pocket"
128 roll film 1912 1941 1+12 × 2+14 in for Houghton Ensignette #E1 
129 roll film 1912 1951 1+78 × 3 in for Houghton Ensignette #E2
130 roll film 1916 1961 2+78 × 4+78 in
135 cartridge 1934 Present 24 × 36 mm 24 or 36 35 mm stock, double perforated
formerly available in 12, 18, 20, or 72 exposures 
220 roll film 1965 2015 (EU/US), 2017 (Japan) 2+14 × 3+14 in
60 × 70 mm
2+14 × 2+14 in
2+14 × 1+58 in
18
21
24−27
30−33
2.4-inch (60.96 mm) stock, unperforated, no backing paper
Twice as long as 12F

Final films in 220 were professional films for commercial/wedding photography; Kodak Portra (2015) and Fujifilm Colour Negative and Reversal (2017 in Japan only). Ilford ceased 220 production in 2004 after their 220 spooling plant broke down.

235 loading spool 1934 Unknown 24 × 36 mm 35 mm film in daylight-loading spool
240 / APS cartridge 1996 2011 30.2 × 16.7 mm 15, 25, or 40 24 mm stock, registration perforated
Daylight, Transparency, Black & White (Chromogenic 400CN)
335 stereo pairs 1952 Unknown 24 × 24 mm 20 pairs Special length for Realist format stereo pairs
435 loading spool 1934 Unknown 24 × 36 mm 35 mm film in daylight-loading spool
50 for roll holder 1915 March 1941 3+14 × 2+14 in for Graflex rollholder
51 for roll holder 1915 Feb 1951 4+14 × 3+14 in for Graflex rollholder
52 for roll holder 1915 Mar 1949 5+12 × 3+14 in for Graflex rollholder
53 for roll holder 1915 Feb 1951 5 × 4 in for Graflex rollholder
54 for roll holder 1915 Mar 1949 7 × 5 in for Graflex rollholder
500 film pack 1911 1948 1+34 × 2+38 in 12 redefined 1921 as 1+58 × 2+716 in
515 film pack 1905 1955 5 × 7 in 12
516 film pack 1909 1955 2+12 × 4+14 in 12
518 film pack 1903 1976 3+14 × 4+14 in 12 sheets
520 film pack 1906 1976 2+14 × 3+14 in 16 sheets
522 film pack 1904 1955 3+14 × 5+12 in 12 sheets 3A postcard
523 film pack 1904 4 × 5 in 12 sheets
526 film pack 1920 1941 4+34 × 6+12 in
531 film pack 1926 1941 2+932 × 5+1132 in 60 × 130 mm
540 film pack 1920 1941 1+34 × 4+14 in
541 film pack 1920 1941 3+12 × 4+34 12 90 × 120 mm
542 film pack 1911 1948 3 × 5+14 in 75 × 135 mm
543 film pack 1920 1948 3+34 × 5+12 in 12 100 × 150 mm
616 roll film 1931 1984 2+12 × 4+14 in
or 2+12 × 2+18 in
6, later 8 Similar to 116 film but on a thinner spool
620 roll film 1932 1995 Similar to 120 film but on a thinner spool
828 roll film 1935 1985 28 × 40 mm 8 35 mm, one perforation per frame Bantam
35 roll film 1916 1933 1+14 × 1+34 in 35 mm stock, unperforated
00 UniveX roll film 1933 1+12 × 1+18 in 6 made by Gevaert
Hit (for example TONE camera) roll film 1937 unknown 14 × 14 mm 10    17.5 mm stock; used in imported miniature toy cameras  
Disc cassette 1982 1998 8 × 11 mm 15 circular sheet of film attached to rigid carrier
Half-frame cartridge 1934, later than Present 18 × 24 mm 48 or 72 135 film in "half-frame" cameras
Minox cartridge 1938 Present 8 × 11 mm 15, 36 or 50 nominally 9.5 mm-wide stock (in reality 9.2−9.3 mm)
Karat cartridge 1936 1963 Early AGFA cartridge for 35 mm film
Rapid cartridge 1964 1990s 12 AGFA cartridge for 35 mm film (replaced Karat, same system)
SL cartridge 1958 1990 24 × 36 mm
24 × 24 mm
18 × 24 mm
12
16
24
Orwo Schnell-Lade Kassette for 35 mm film
Kassette 16 cartridge 1978 1990s 13 × 17 mm 20 Orwo, 16 mm stock, central perforation (holes between frames)
Introduced exclusively for the Pentacon k16 camera
Super 16 (Rollei) cartridge 1963 1981 13 × 17 mm 18 Rollei, 16 mm stock, perforation on both edges?
with kino film (?) only by Rollei for the Rollei 16 camera; also Wirgin Edixa 16 (Franka / alka 16)
Minolta-16 cartridge 1955 1974 10 × 14 mm (original)
13 × 17 mm (later)
20 Minolta, 16 mm stock, originally double perforated (single perforated or unperforated film could be loaded), later single perf to allow larger 13 × 17 mm image

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