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Agfa CT Precisa (35mm, 100 iso)

Did u know which film can make a lot of color in a single roll? Then give this slide a try and see for yourself the surprises that awaits you!

If you haven’t used this film yet. Quickly, try this one now. It was one of the amazing film of all the rolls I shot with, shooting at anywhere by any angle!

Clicking my camera and winding very fast for the next picture to be exposed, I was just contained with excitement and i can’t stop! Though I haven’t my spot yet, I think half of the roll was consumed already! LOL! But you can’t blame me, it’s Agfa Precisa that’s loaded, really cool!

Then I found myself sittig in a restaurant ad the decoration there was always shining under the light. So I thought – Don’t thinking, just shooting! – and combined all the colours by the wall with all of the light with my camera!

The pictures always showed the remarkable colours! Especially, after the X-processing. Shifted hues are everywhere and can be seen in every corner of my shots! You don’t believe me? then come and find out yourself how this certain roll of film can change everything!

Enjoying ur shooting. It will always bring u wonderment!

written by hippopo0838


  1. metzgor


    great film, i bought 20 of it last week on ebay, expired in 2005.. hope my shots will be as colourful as yours!

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  2. shoujoai


    I have two different films of the Agfa CT Precisa, some old expired and some new ones. Seems like they changed it inbetween! Also the film is looking a bit different

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  3. wallflowersforjane


    this is one gorgeous roll! i haven't tried this roll yet but i am looking forward to getting it!

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  4. eva_eva


    im missing the old ones - the blue-ish!
    while the new one often produce too greenish pictures !

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  5. basho


    Production of this film has been discontinued. I keep about 10 rolls in my fridge but I'm saving them for special occasions as it will be very hard to find.


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  6. hippopo0838


    thanks everybody for the likes. eva_eva@ you are right, some of they love the old ones cause the blue ton, and that is kind of hard to fine it. some people say the company was change cause the films was different.
    Agfa film was a very unique film. you guys should try it at least once time!!!:DDD

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  7. hippopo0838


    yes. by the way. all my agfa was greenish films too.
    but, shoot under the different light of color, it will cause different colors change too.

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  8. hippopo0838


    @basho really?! no way. I could just buy it easily in Taiwan. maybe just for some of area?
    ps, and that is cheap here!!!:P so, come to Taiwan for them!!~XD

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  9. basho


    LOL! Don't I wish! What happens is that Agfa has licensed some other companies to label their products. I have some new rolls of Agfa Vista which are made in Italy and there is a disclaimer reading something like: "AgfaPhoto is used under license of Agfa-Gevaert (...)" and "Agfa-Gevaert does not manufacture this product or provide any warranty or support". However, they say that stock would last until last spring, more or less. And then, maybe there is someone else manufacturing Precisa? It would be nice to know for sure...

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