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Fuji Sensia 400: Great for X-Pro

Fuji's Sensia 400 is a slide film perfect for cross processing. Now that I've discovered it and the colours it can capture, it's the default film for my LOMO LC-A+!

I’ve had a few disasters with cross processing in the past— from my local lab refusing to do it, other labs doing it, and everything being wrong. So much so that I ended up just getting my slide film conventionally processed and just enjoying the muted colours.

That was until I found Fuji Sensia (available in 100, 200 and 400) and a great lab happy to xpro away!

When cross processed, the film produces amazing blues.

But it’s not just about the vivid blues. It works wonders with all colours.

And for another effect over expose it a little and get some dreamy scenes.

Get some and have fun!

Fuji Sensia 400 35mm yields lovely results no matter how it’s processed. When cross-processed, Fuji shots have huge contrast and a total colour shift towards green & cream, blue, or even pink — depending on your developer. See the whole range of colour slides in our Shop.

written by jeyku

7 comments

  1. dearjme

    dearjme

    Beautiful paradise shots!

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  2. cinzinc

    cinzinc

    nice shots! mine usually comes with green and yellow tones

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  3. adi_totp

    adi_totp

    nice!

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  4. laurasulilly

    laurasulilly

    Wow, that's really great! I wish I could go to such a lovely beach, but none around in Berlin :)

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  5. frau_inga

    frau_inga

    Wow, great pics and great colours!

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  6. adam_g2000

    adam_g2000

    I have some I haven't used yet. Do you expose it in sunny conditions at 400 ISO as per it's type or 800 ISO? I'm wondering as Sensia 100 is so sensitive when x-pro'd...

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  7. jeyku

    i just shot these pics at iso400 as it was rated - i've not tried over exposing it. good luck with it & have fun

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