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Pan_dre's Emulision Weekly

Welcome all again to pan_dre's emulsion weekly. Having become a big Sensia fan over the last months I'd like to take some time to have a closer look at the complete Fuji Sensia line here:

Welcome all again to pan_dre’s emulsion weekly. Having become a big Sensia fan over the last months I’d like to take some time to have a closer look at the complete Fuji Sensia line here:

Fuji Sensia 100

A classic emulsion, that probably finds it’s a way into every Lomographers camera bag sooner or later. Maybe not as crazily red as the Mr. Velvia, but make no mistake about which color your Sensia 100 shots are going to yields once you get them back from the lab. It’s all about those blueish red’s!

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Fuji Sensia 200

As we move up the ASA ladder and take a quick stop at 200, we can notice that colors are less redish but lean more to the green side of the spectrum. A lot 200 ASA carry the burdon of not being as fine grained as 100 and not as fast as 400 films but with it’s very destinctive look Sensia’s middle child should not be overlooked at all.

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Fuji Sensia 400

Fuji’s prime Sensia emulsion and also my favourite when it comes to this series is the 400 variant. Not only does it give you the opportunity to shoot under not so perfect light conditions (definitly a plus in Austria ;)) but mostly I really dig its appeal. Where the 200 was still a bit in between a green and velvish tone, this one goes green all the way.

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For more info on these or any other film in our shop, check our film vault!

If you have any suggstions on which films you would like to have featured and tested here and please drop me a line under andreas.bischoff@lomography.com!

written by pan_dre

4 comments

  1. xpunklovex

    xpunklovex

    Do you know what a "pissoir" is ?

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  2. vicuna

    vicuna

    Yeah, the Sensia is a cool film family! I have a great stock of expired Sennsias 200 (from 2003-2005) and they're really great and really "radioactive greenish" when x-processed! :))

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  3. mephisto19

    mephisto19

    finally you have 200 and 400 asa sensia!!! i really like them!

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  4. gimmedanegatives

    gimmedanegatives

    Are these the effects you get when the film is expired or cross-processed? Or both?

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