My photographer friend recently “donated” packs of expired rolls from way back 2006. It was the first time I’ve heard of this film, and I really didn’t know what tones or colors this film would produce. Well, free films always welcome my fridge! ☺
I rolled one into my Horizon Kompakt and headed straight to the beach. With 400 ISO speed and on a very cloudy day, I just had to try and experiment how this film fares.
After looking at the results, I was quite surprised and full of awe when I first saw the colorprints. With the lovely cream tones, and classic rich green tinge you can’t find on any other film, I knew I had to use it again. There were no obvious traces of grains and the images looked rich and sharp, enhancing skin tones and slightly subdued nature colors. Watch out for my next film review of Fujicolor Professional 400 NPH on my LC-A+ experiment.
Check out the full album of my Horizon Kompakt shots with this film.
A little note, Fuji stopped the production of Fujicolor Professional 400 NPH and has been replaced with the Fuji 400H.