|Japanese name||一四式 フィルム|
|Romaji name||Ichi-yonshiki firumu|
|Description||"Old, beat-up film. It doesn't have very strong exorcismal power." (FF)|
|Purpose||Film used for the Camera Obscura|
|Variants||Type-07, Type-37, Type-61, Type-74, Type-90, Type-Zero|
Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly
Fatal Frame III: The Tormented
Fatal Frame IV: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse
Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water
Type-14 Film, in Japanese Ichi-yonshiki firumu (one-four type film), is one of the different film types that can be uploaded into the Camera Obscura and used to capture spiritual photographs. Film types can be found strewn all over the environment of each Fatal Frame game, however, they vary in potency and, consequently, rarity. Type-14 film is one of the most commonly found types.
This type was first introduced in Fatal Frame as the weakest film, but later games would change it to the second weakest, above Type-07 Film. Type-14 film is described as having low exorcismal power and a relatively long loading time between shots.
Fatal Frame II: Crimson ButterflyEdit
Fatal Frame III: The TormentedEdit
Unlike the other stronger film-types that can only be obtained once through the whole game and by only one character depending which character got the film first, Type-14 Film can be obtained once in every Hour of the game and by all the three characters.
Fatal Frame IV: Mask of the Lunar EclipseEdit
Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black WaterEdit
Starting every chapter from Chapter Two onwards, at least 48 shots of Type-14 will be pre-loaded into the Camera Obscura, with the option to 'purchase' more at the start of each stage, and can be found commonly throughout the game in groupings of twenty four. It is worth noting that Ren's Rapid Photo technique will use four shots of Type-14.
- The image of the film types were re-done for the release of Fatal Frame IV: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse. The newer image retains the same color and name, however, it has been cleaned up and now features the cloud and moon designs seen in the game's surroundings.
- All the images of the film types have the words "12 sheets" printed on them to indicate how much film is contained. Despite this, the amount of film picked up is never constantly 12 sheets but varies as the difficulty increases.
- The words "Made in Germany" also appear on the image of the film types.
- It is not clear whether to read the film's name as type "fourteen" or type "one-four," however, the Japanese name seems to suggest the latter, as the characters for "one" and "four" (一 and 四) are used rather than the characters for the number "fourteen" (十四).