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on February 22, 2014
I must admit when I bought HP5 I kinda had low expectations because it was not pricy. I had just bought my Yashica 635 and I wanted a roll just to test functionality. Well after getting my photos developed I can honestly say my expectations were exceeded by far! In low light situations it has that gritty grain that adds character to a photo. The blacks are true and the dynamic range is ubelievable. It was also sitting in my camera as it got scanned through airport security with no problems. I will def be buying more.
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I love this film. Ive used this in a 1929 Kodak Pocket folding camera, and a 1958 Yashica Yashicamat TLR. Attached are a couple of samples that I took with the Yashicamat. Even though this is a 400 speed film, the grain is not very noticeable. It is extremely flexible in terms of exposure. If you are shooting outdoors, you dont need to worry about using an exposure meter with this camera, just use the "Sunny 16" rule. With this film, set your shutter speed as close to 1/400 sec as possible (most cameras dont have a 1/400 speed so 1/250 is fine). In bright sunlight with harsh shadows, set your aperture to f/16 and you will be properly exposed. If you are outdoors with hazy sun with soft shadows, set it to f/11. If the sky is overcast/cloudy, set it to f/8. If there are heavy clouds, rain, or in total shade, use f/5.6 and your pictures will always come out nice!
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on January 30, 2018
It's great film offered at a great price with fast delivery.
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I love my Holga, and it's amazing how it reacts to different types of film. I've used this film in a number of lighting conditions and it shines in each one. Members of my art group were impressed with the quality of these images. Highly recommended.
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on March 16, 2018
Good price and fast shipping!
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on November 9, 2017
Great film, I will buy again once I've used this batch up.
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on January 17, 2018
I love this film! But the packaging it was shipped in left the boxes the rolls were in crushed. They seem to be fine, but consideration for future orders
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on April 24, 2015
Great for Holga. This film is good for everyday lighting conditions and isn't too fast or slow. Just right. I couldn't tell the difference between this and Kodak Tmax 400.
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on December 22, 2017
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on July 3, 2012
I love the camera I purchased and for some reason the film did not come up with a great rating...I thought I rated the film and the camera at the same time..but I rated it all 5 stars because it is just exactly what I wanted..sorry for any confusion..and I appreciated the note to my husband..it was exactly as I asked..couldn't be happier..Linda
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