Fujifilm Super HQ 200 Speed 24 Exposure 35mm Film - 4 Pack (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- 35mm format, ASA 200
- Color print film
- 4 rolls of 24 exposures
- CN-16 or C-41 processing
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The film gets five stars, but it is no longer made with the HQ label: it is known simply as Fuji Superia 200. That means any film you see with this label is out of date. I am not penalizing the vendor because I was aware of this and wanted this film because I have loved it so much and the newer film is not quite the same. I would say just be aware. If you have a problem with expired film or you do not shoot much film, this is not for you. If you are realize that film does not just go bad on its expiry date and this film has obviously been well-kept, then you should be okay with the caveat that it *is old film* so you may lose your shots or get unexpected results. Being informed is the best plan.
If you get a box that has the expiration date removed like I did and the film does not work out I would say you should be eligible for a refund. In my case, I got the same outstanding results with this film that I expected.
As far as I'm concerned, I hope more and more people pick up a good old film camera and learn how to shoot good and well planned out photograph's because it will make you a better digital photographer when there is no more film or film processing chemicals and all we have is digital to use. I will tell you Ancel Adams is turning over in his grave at the thought of digital cameras, of course Mr.Read more ›
Now, to keep things in perspective, it's not the end of the world. Rather than go through the hassle of returning the film (which after all was only about $8), I'm going to try it out. How bad could it be? I know Fuji makes good film in general. And the other good thing was that the film was well within its expiration date (my film was dated 2014, plenty of time to go), unlike some vendors who ship outdated film.
But really, guys, if you show HQ, you ought to ship HQ, or change your description to match what you actually send. Otherwise, this is a deceptive sales practice. I know HQ is good, since I used it for years: it remains to be seen if Fujicolor measure up or not.
Film turn out okay thou. probably won't buy again
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great quality, sharp photos, didnt notice any noise. Used for small prints and hi res online photos. Will buy again.Published 11 days ago by Zack
Film for photo class our son is taking. Learning to develop film on his own. Great quality and easy to use format.Published 11 days ago by Martin W Lockyer
Fujicolor negative film is very good and much better than Kodacolor negative film. I prefer the slide film (Velvia), though. I long for the Kodachrome 25, RIP.Published 1 month ago by Frequent traveller
No problems ever with it. The film really isn't where the quality is lacking its finding a good place that will develop it.Published 2 months ago by Rodney625
Pretty standard film, just not readily availaleb;e on the open Market. Digital is just taking over!Published 2 months ago by William M. Hall
This film is great for every day use! It isn't too cold and the colors are pretty.Published 3 months ago by Megan Kelsey Marcus