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Fuji Superia (35mm, 1600 iso) staff-review

Simply the greatest high-speed color film. Load this into your LC-A+ to shoot hand-held without blurring in a variety of lower-light and indoor conditions. Unless it's really dark out, you can kiss that tripod goodbye. And the enormous grain this film provides gives a crunchy lo-fi look to your images which is seriously awesome.

Simply the greatest high-speed color film. Load this into your LC-A+ to shoot hand-held without blurring in a variety of lower-light and indoor conditions. Unless it’s really dark out, you can kiss that tripod goodbye. And the enormous grain this film provides gives a crunchy lo-fi look to your images which is seriously awesome.

The Fuji Superia Film has a highly uniform fine grain, regardless of the film’s
ultrahigh speed. Extremely sharp depiction
of all aspects of the subject, from overall form to textural details.

More often recommended for nocturnal photographers and electronic flash-haters, that’s due to its ultrahigh speed sensitivity. You can just shoot anything, nothing will stop you even on the most ambient of lighting situations! This film will also give remarkable results in bright surroundings such as in outdoor photography, it will still give accurate colour reproduction and extreme sharp depiction of your photographs. This film is for everyone, either morning person or not.

written by fookshit

1 comment

  1. magicpocket

    Love this 1600 film, I bought a 20-roll slightly expired pack for a mere £1 a roll... 1600 means you can go where other films fear to tread!

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