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Fuji Acros (120, 100 iso) user-review

Fuji Acros is a black and white film that uses traditional monochrome developing.

Fuji Acros is a black and white film that uses traditional monochrome developing.

This film is a very versatile one. Able to to be pushed a few more stops for over exposure to compensate under exposures. It also gives a purplish hue after developing but overall when exposed correctly, it gives contrasts of rich black and white. It’s one of the cheapest fresh black and white film in the market. It will only cost you 95 Philippine Pesos, or less than 2 US Dollars in Fujifilm stores here in the Philippines.

But don’t let the price fool you, it maybe cheap but it has the ability to provide you images as elegant as the other expensive film brands can do. In my case, normal developing time for this film is 7 minutes at 20 degrees constant on all chemicals.

written by anton_matic

2 comments

  1. nakolb

    nakolb

    nice just bought some of this stuff!

    about 4 years ago · report as spam
  2. redfactor

    I love the gritty feeling to your work.

    7 months ago · report as spam