Fuji Pro (120, 160 iso)

2008-05-23

pro-quality color film that’s a little faster than the Reala 100 but has the creamy-smooth fine grain of a film that’s much slower (say an ISO 25 or 50). Of course, the colors, contrast, and dynamic range are fantastic.

pro-quality color film that’s a little faster than the Reala 100 but has the creamy-smooth fine grain of a film that’s much slower (say an ISO 25 or 50). Of course, the colors, contrast, and dynamic range are fantastic.

This daylight type film has a wider latitude from under to overexposures for that higly faithful color reproduction that is perfect for portrait photography. Extremely fine-grain so photo blow-ups is not a problem.

written by fookshit on 2008-05-23 #gear #negative #120 #review #fujifilm

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