Fujifilm Superia 400

2011-06-02 3

Fujifilm Superia 400 is the first type of film I tried. I loved the crisp clear shots it took.

I just got my first analogue camera and I didn’t know what type of film to get, so I went to one of the grocery stores and checked out the film they had.

The thing that stood out to me was the Fujifilm Superia 400, so I bought it and took my first roll at my friend’s house.

I love the clear shots it took, and it was very compatible with any type of conditions.

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Also, when I didn’t use my flash it gave a little hint of light green in my photos, and I loved the effect.

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This film is great for all shooting conditions.

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written by kobehasanidea on 2011-06-02 #gear #film #review #fuji-film #lomography #fujifilm-superia-400 #user-review

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3 Comments

  1. clownshoes
    clownshoes ·

    I just bought a bulk lot of this. I think it's great to use and abuse. Also great for slamming alot of filters on.

  2. andrea_gail
    andrea_gail ·

    try doing redscale with it. its gives a really intense red tint. :D

  3. nerpman
    nerpman ·

    I second the "use and abuse" comment, this is what I pull out when I'm testing a new camera or messing with lenses. At a dollar or two, no big loss if the whole roll is a wash due to bad experiments!

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