Konica Minolta Centuria 800 (35mm, 800 iso) User-Review


This film comes loaded in the legendary Konica WaiWai camera.

When I first started (re)shooting film, one of the very first cameras I was given was a “disposable” Konica WaiWai. This crazy little super-wide lens camera came loaded with a fast Konica Centuria 800 film. Unfortunately Konica has stopped making films a few years ago so it’s no longer available, but occasionally you can find them in markets or internet auctions.

When I got my photos developed, I was really impressed with the results. Some of the blue skies had an amazingly deep xpro-style tone to them (this effect was possibly helped by the wide lens on the camera). The 800 speed of the film meant it was fast enough to shoot in dull conditions – dusk and grey days came out well.

I really like this film. If I can find more, I will definitely use it again!

written by dazb on 2009-11-29 in #reviews #discontinued #blue #konica #negative #waiwai #c41


  1. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    beautiful and it does not look grainy at all... how did you do it? 800 and higher films hate me :(

  2. stouf
    stouf ·

    Yeah agreed with mephisto19, the relative absence of grain is surprising ! Cool review !

  3. dirklancer
    dirklancer ·

    I heart no. 2

  4. tallgrrlrocks
    tallgrrlrocks ·

    Great gallery! My fave is #4. I'm pleasantly surprised these weren't crossed at all. Beautiful!

  5. mcrstar
    mcrstar ·

    good photos! Yesterday I bought 10 of these films:)

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