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Agfa Optima (120, 100 iso) staff-review

A fine-grained smooth operator that yields bold but still quite natural colors – and lovely shadow tones. This is a solid choice for when you want the subject – not the film – to do the talking.

A fine-grained smooth operator that yields bold but still quite natural colors – and lovely shadow tones. This is a solid choice for when you want the subject – not the film – to do the talking.

A roll of Agfa Optima will give you warm colours with slight contrast which Agfa films are known for. And undeniable sharpness on your photographs can be seen because of the optimum colour couplers it has which intensifies its saturation and improves light sensitivity. Having a speed of 100 ISO, this guarantees smooth and richer texture your photographs would have.

Also, can handle enlargements as much as you wish without worrying any deterioration in your shot’s resolution. With all these characteristics of this film has combined, all you have to do is to admire and feel the intensity of your photographs to the optimum level!

written by fookshit

1 comment

  1. azurblue

    azurblue

    It's a good film to shoot in the sun, and the colors are vivid !

    about 6 years ago · report as spam