Fuji Pro (120, 800 iso) User-Review

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My first experience with an 800 iso film!

While snapping the night away with my camera inside a the club, I realised that I just ran out of film and luckily, my friend gave me this film Fuji Pro 800 Z, I had seen one on sale before, but I haven’t really gave it a go since I always shoot outdoors. It was just the right time for me to use this film! Some of the shots I have here in my gallery were taken with a flash and they came out very bright with high contrast, while the the other shots were done under a really bright afternoon sun with the Splitzer and I was surprised that they came out really good! Bright and beautiful, they somehow have a slight blue hue.

Fujicolor Pro 800Z also incorporates 4th colour layer technology and offers exceptionally high levels of quality under the most demanding lighting conditions. It is designed for professional Wedding & Portrait photography, Pro 800Z delivers natural skin tones, superb colour reproduction and the fine grain performance. So for those of you who needs higher-speed whilst having flexibility, this film is it!

written by life_on_mars on 2009-10-14 #gear #night #120 #splitzer #review #fuji-pro #day #holga #800iso

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3 Comments

  1. cinzinc
    cinzinc ·

    great gallery + review! i never knew there was iso800 for 120mm. cant find that around here

  2. stouf
    stouf ·

    Excellent review ! I'd like to try it !

  3. binaurally
    binaurally ·

    Great review! I use this film all the time, shooting musicians in generally poorly lit venues. I always think I'd like to experiment with other films, but the 800 never lets me down!

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