Fuji Pro 120 400 Gallery

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Go pro with medium format and get crisp shots and beautiful contrast with Fuji Pro 120 400!

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If you want to dabble in serious shooting, medium format is the way to go! With the significantly larger negative, you’re sure to get all the detail you’ll ever want on your shot. It may be a tad hard for you to shoot with your Holga if it’s overcast with regular film so you’ll need all the help you can get with light sensitivity! For fine grain at ISO 400, you can’t go wrong with Fuji Pro 120 400. Judging by these samples from our Photos section, you’ve got everything you need whether you’re out shooting in daylight or indoors. Try a roll or two out today!

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written by cruzron on 2010-01-16 #news #gallery #medium-format #photos #fuji #selection

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  1. orangebird
    orangebird ·

    Wow! Today is my birthday:)

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