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FUJIFILM FP-100C 3.25 X 4.25 Inches Professional Instant Color Film
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- Exceptional image quality and color reproduction.
- Superb tonal gradation from highlights through shadows.
- Wide applicable temperature range.
- Enhanced resistance to light-induced discoloration.
- Photos can be laminated.
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|Film Color Type||color|
|Film Format Type||instant|
|Item Dimensions||4 x 1 x 5.5 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.12 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.25 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.26 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
I originally bought this stuff for test exposures using Polaroid backs for Hasselblad and Mamiya medium format cameras, but later I decided to buy an old 1967 Polaroid 250 Land Camera off of eBay for $60 to see what I could do with whatever of this film is still being made. Best purchase ever!
In the process of messing around I found that people were able to actually reclaim the negatives from these peel-apart films by using household bleach to dissolve the opaque black anti-halation coating on the non-emulsion side of the negative. (The negative is the part that you peel off and normally throw away because once it's been exposed to light and transferred its dye to the print its intended job is done. The thing is that it still has a negative image and you can still use it in an enlarger or film scanner if you can just get the thick black coating off the other side of it.)
So now I basically take some shots on these, keep the negatives rather than toss them out, let them dry, then use bleach to remove the anti-halation coating on them. To see the process, do a search for "Fuji FP-100C Negative Reclamation". There are a bunch of videos on youtube and there's no generally agreed-upon "right way" to do it.Read more ›
To my extreme delight, it does work! It is too cold outside to test it outdoors, and too dark in my apartment to get an amazing shot, so my only pictures so far are very dark and may as well be black and white (see first photo), but the clarity is great and I have no doubt that the photos will be even better when I am able to venture outside with it.
Loading the film was a little tricky, and the black tab did break as I was pulling it but I was able to open the back just a tad and slide the rest of the black tab out. Watching this video helped: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dK1FwL11bMs
Sad to see the black and white film is no longer produced. Hope Fujifilm keeps making the color version!
I have continued using this film over the past few months. Four or five packs later, the pictures continue to turn out great and the color quality is superb. I will continue to buy this film over and over again!
Shooting instant film is one part photography and one part street theater, if you can't stand attention don't try it. Just unfolding a pack film camera will draw questions. When the prints come out you'll find it hard to keep them. Most people will want your prints, I end up giving away more than I keep. You can also reclaim and scan negatives. They are as good as the prints but color and exposure look exactly the same, though some of the color difference probably comes from my scanner software.
Buy from a vendor who lists the expiration date. Some ship bulk film packs with no boxes, hence no way to tell how old it is.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was for my granddaughter who had a very old camera as a gift.Published 19 hours ago by sylvie1936
I've been using this film for years, works fine depending on the camera, but now is disgustingly overpriced. NO WAY I'm paying that much for this. #GREEDPublished 4 days ago by Skate&destroy
Like I read in a previous review, you do not buy this film for practical use. I use it for the novelty, it's a fun process! Read morePublished 5 days ago by Rita Baldarelli
I love this film, I purchased 2 of these in 2013 $8.98 each at the time; it is very expensive now. I would buy again if they would come down in price which I doubt it will. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
I've just inherited a Polaroid Land 250 and I was about to purchase this film and after reading from other users who have reviewed it, it seemed like a great product for the... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Ashley
I am a professional photographer and this Film has the best contrast ive ever seen in a 100 series instant film. Saturation is also amazing. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Kevin N