Fujifilm Superia 800 Speed 24 Exposure 35mm Film - 4 Pack
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- 35mm color print film
- 800 ASA color print film
- Fine grain
- Wide exposure latitude
- Natural color reproduction
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Top Customer Reviews
My only complaint is minor - caucasion complexions tend to appear slightly pale, unless focus and exposure are set especially for the skin. That's not enough to keep me from using the film, though. My specialty is photographing children at play outdoors, and this film has become my "default" film when I can't predict sun/shade situations. I know I'll be fine no matter what conditions are when it's picture time.
When I shoot on film, I use a Pentax ME Super without a flash, hence why I use ISO 800, since when I'm at f/2.8 I can shoot comfortably in a reasonably well lit room. And when I'm shooting on overcast days, this film still keeps the pictures looking good.
The final reason that this is most often in my camera (if I'm not shooting Kodak bw4oocn) is because its affordable and readily available. Fuji makes great film and this is a solid performer for general use.
My only concern is that I've had some issues with the film being to tight and it some rolls have been a little hard to load or to catch on the winder (its simply harder to pull out of the cassette). Half of that is user error, but it seems like I have to try more often to get this film to catch in the mechanism (and in an point and shoot camera you probably won't notice if the film isn't actually advancing). Just be careful loading and it should all go smoothly.
Fuji 800 is a nice film stock in my opinion. I like to see grain and slightly flat colors. I don't mean that in a critical way, Fuji absolutely retains color information in the negative (which can be brought out easily in Photoshop - one of the digital era tools that I do love) Since it has a wide latitude, you can shoot in relatively low light situations while still getting a fair amount of quality. You will see a good amount of grain, but this is what I love about analog film. It's got a more rustic quality to it, and isn't cringe-worthy like that of digital noise.
Sharpness, colors, detail... all this of course depends on what camera you are using, lenses, and the subject. I used this for more of a travel-journalistic approach and have found that because of it's latitude you can easily shoot in many light situations without the hassle of too much adjusting. With proper lighting setups, then this film easily will provide you with what you need for decent 35mm prints (let's be honest, you can't blow up 35 too much anyway) For "better" image detail with less grain, then opt for the 2 or 400 speed film. Of course, you will not have the benefit of being able to shoot with less light.
Great price. Also pretty damn near impossible to find hour developing places anymore!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Most of the rolls are very hard to advance the film, some would tear, or strip the film.Published 2 months ago by Shawn
I bought this for my Mom. As she used the film, the first picture taken, it jumped to number 8, then next picture she tried to take, the film jumped to the end. Read morePublished 3 months ago by K S
On time delivery, excellent quality nod I was very glad to find one film!Published 4 months ago by Beverly K Henry