Fuji Astia ISO 100
Fuji Velvia ISO 50
Fuji Velvia ISO 100
Fuji Velvia 100F
Most of it are expired film, but they have sold Fuji Provia 100F with fresh condition. At that time the price which Rp 60.000 was quite expensive for me. But I bought two of it because I haven’t try it and I know it will be sold out tomorrow. Unlucky me, when I use it at precious moment on the first Bandung Air Show in 2010, from 36 exposure, only one photo which appear “normal” cause the rest of it are underexposure or blur T-TOh, I almost forgot, I also bought Kodak EB from Seni Abadi, which I love the green result
But I’m very disappointed with Kodak EL ISO 400 expired that I bought from the same store, cause the color didn’t appear like slide film color =(Fuji Sensia is one of my favorite film because it’s produce velvet color like tungsten film. But I’m very shocking after using Fuji Sensia ISO 400 expired in 2010, cause the color are not that I expected. After sharing at group, people told me that the velvet one is ISO 100. T-T Quite disappointed for Rp 50.000 Fuji Sensia ISO 400 More viewing lot of photo at this site made wanna try lot of amazing slide/infra red/bw film that I haven’t try before. One of it is AGFA CT Precisa. It’s very unique film which produce unique color. But the price on few online reseller in my country are quite expensive. Until one day Chris Ratanata a.k.a. @kuryzu sell this film for Rp 78.000. Then I ask him can I get the discount if I bought 10 of it? He said yes. OMG, he’s very kind for people that he never know before (at that time =). And then I get 10 roll of AGFA CT Precisa for Rp 700.000. Lucky me =D My efficient mechanism defend of saving account finally broke when I come to Instax shop in my hometown. I remember few days before people in group told that lomography tungsten stock are empty in Indonesia. So I really want to try this film before it really gone from my country. This film was the most expensive film I ever bought, Rp 250.000 ($ 25) for 3 roll. But the result is wothed it. I never regret. My only regret I forget that I haven’t use one of it and I feel that I have use it. So I take it to the lab to process it, but I’m very sad after the lab employee told me that the roll was empty T-T I lost one of precious tungsten film =((((((((( And today I bought Kodak Supra color negative film ISO 400 cost Rp 50.000 ($ 5) the most expensive color negative film I ever bought after Kodak Portra Tungsten color negative film ISO 100 cost Rp 45.000 ($ 5). And still many film that I haven’t try yet. I always get wrong when considering to buy expensive film.
written by hervinsyah on 2012-10-07