Fuji T64 Pro (120, 64 iso) User-Review


I’m sure that everyone will love this roll because with it, the photos look like paintings and became an attractive result.

This film has extremely fine grain which results on an exhibition of the most impressive effect in the expression of delicate textures that is sought after in tungsten photography. This film has a medium-speed, tungsten-type color reversal film and with a natural color reproduction.

This type of roll provides a subtle textural depiction of the subject matter. Fujichrome T64 Professional offers superb long exposure performance as I saw in a few examples done with this film. Also, it offers the same colors like that of Velvia 100F and the Astia 100F like magenta, cyan, yellow.

Like the other tungsten films, this film loves light. Because of it and of its low iso you could have better results on sunny days. I’m sure that everyone will love this because the photos look like paintings and had results that are attractive enough!

written by janidays on 2010-02-14 in #reviews #120 #slide #x-pro #holga


  1. lomosexual_manboy
    lomosexual_manboy ·

    This is a great film. I love shooting any 120 tungsten films because they can produce totally different shots in every lighting condition. You get the best of many film types in one and it's always a pleasurable surprise. Very nice gallery.

  2. zulupt
    zulupt ·

    Great review and stunning gallery. Congrats ;)

  3. cinzinc
    cinzinc ·

    2 thumbs up! =)

  4. stouf
    stouf ·

    Super shots indeed !

  5. breakphreak
    breakphreak ·

    the color is so balanced and the blue is sooo deeep. it's very unlike to get those on Fuji films. can you share with us a bit more on that (color balance, maybe? was it automatic or manual? etc)

  6. janidays
    janidays ·

    I shooted with a Holga so is automatic, I think. :)
    It was a sunny day so I think that it helped to the final results.
    Thank you all so much about your comments and likes!

  7. afd_lsi
    afd_lsi ·

    nice review!

  8. log
    log ·

    I have just a few questions. Being a tungsten balanced film, wouldn't it be better suited to artificial lighting? (such as street lights, indoor lighting, flashlights, car headlights/brake lights etc). And my other question is you stated that it was a color reversal film, but I've read that on other sites that it's processed as color positive slide film. I'm very interested in trying this film, but am a little confused as to what it is best suited for.

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