Fuji Sensia 200 (35mm, 200 iso) User-Review

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I did something VERY strange to the film! It may be quite uncommon for me to do, but I did it with E6!

Okay… I did it and I think I will do it again, well someday. One of my favourite slide films – the Fuji Sensia 200, that I like for its green and yellow tones ended up in my SLR while my whole family was around. My mother asked me to capture the “nice smile” of her grandson, so I took some pictures. But I am very sure she did not want any green or yellow tones on him again (she does not like it and can’t understand x-pro and why I LOVE it!), so I asked the lab to do a “regular” E6. That was very strange, cause my lab always does C41 on slides for me and I do not have to add that as an extra. Since it will be processed regularly, I marked the film and got the results back.

I like the color and the contrast. The results look like a good color negative film to me. So I will be doing this again now I know what comes out….

Maybe you should try the E6, too, one day?

written by mephisto19 on 2010-04-21 in #reviews #e6 #fuji #200 #mephisto19 #slr #sensia

7 Comments

  1. stouf
    stouf ·

    Wooow mephisto19 goes E6, or should I say X-X-pro ? : ) Nice shots, and N°16 proves that you've accomplished the mission ! Good job !

  2. dogma
    dogma ·

    Nice review and shots Stephan! i also want to try E6 and all pushing things but my lab does only regular C41 nothing less nothing more :)

  3. rater
    rater ·

    Sometimes E6 is also good! I would like to be able of doing more xpro, but no lab in Quebec city does it, so I am stuck with E6, which is not bad as your results show!

  4. adi_totp
    adi_totp ·

    greaaaat! :D :D

  5. rodex
    rodex ·

    Came out good! When I showed my mom some x-pro she didn't understand it either :p. Does anybody know where to find a guide on making a darkroom, developing film (color) and cross-processing? Thanks!

  6. cassandra
    cassandra ·

    Those are lovely skin tones. I might have to send some of my Sensia films off for proper E6 processing now!

  7. quaisoir
    quaisoir ·

    that kid is cute!nice shots stephan.

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