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Fuji Superia 200 ISO 35mm

A low budget negative film with very good quality.

Fuji Superia Xtra (35mm, 200 ISO) is a good color negative film. It’s cheap but it doesn’t compromise quality.

It is a great film to use outdoors with bright sun, its vivid colors and fine grain makes it a very good choice for the spring and summer but I also like to use it in the Autumn, to shoot nature and its fantastic colors when the ground is full of yellow, orange and red leafs and the sun shines, this film captures those colors perfectly and with a very good sharpness so you don’t miss a single detail.

I also like to use this films to test the cameras I buy, its a good film to test the capabilities of the lens and camera. When I bought my Yashica Electro, I immediately loaded it with this film (even without the camera battery) and the results left me amazed!!! The combination between the two cameras is perfect in bright sun light, it captured every color and every detail perfectly.

I prefer the 400 ISO version but I have to admit that the 200 ISO is far better in very good light conditions. Actually, I prefer to use this film instead of using most of 100 color negative films, you can’t find any difference in the grain, you can get better camera settings (more speed) and I believe that it is more sharp than most 100 color negative films I know.

It is very easy to find, you can find it on LSI shop, supermarkets, labs and on-line shops. I usually buy them in a shop near the place I live and for a very nice price, I hope Fuji never discontinues the production of the 200 and 400 ISO versions of this film, it would be a terrible loss for Lomographers and analogue photographers all around the world. I sincerely hope that Fuji continues to develop and produce Instant photos, negatives, and slide films, it is one of my favorite film brands and I hope it continues to help and inspire analogue photographers to do what we like to do the most—to keep shooting film and having fun while doing it.

written by zulupt

9 comments

  1. rancliffhasenza

    rancliffhasenza

    Great shots :)

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  2. susielomovitz

    susielomovitz

    love it!

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  3. notalux

    notalux

    the one of my favorite and most of my photos were taken with this film. great shots anyway!

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  4. blinghaha

    blinghaha

    nice shots, love the film!

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  5. franty

    franty

    Great shots!

    I'm actually shooting a roll of superia 200 with my new yashica 35 MF!

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  6. franty

    franty

    By the way, my favorite review in a while.

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  7. manfredkz

    manfredkz

    Love that article, love that film, love Fujicolor (also the amazing colors of the Fuji X100 that I have!) and these pics, from my home country Brazil (I guess, unless it's Portugal etc). Muito bacana! cheers

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  8. manfredkz

    manfredkz

    I realize the colors of the first picture point more to Portugal than to Brazil, I don't know why. The sky and light have different colours. I may be wrong :)

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  9. zulupt

    zulupt

    You're right, it is Portugal ;) Muito obrigado.
    Thanks for the kind comments and likes.

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