DNP Centuria (35mm, 100 iso) user-review

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Crisp, clear and analogue-feel. These were the words created to give out your pictures a nice CAPTURE! The DNP Centuria, or we call it “Centurion” for it’s colour saturation over the film!

Crisp, clear and analogue-feel. These were the words created to give out your pictures a nice CAPTURE! The DNP Centuria, or we call it “Centurion” for it’s colour saturation over the film!

I was busy browsing from the list of all color negatives available and I stumbled upon this one. So with the help from my friend, he gave me some rolls of this film and I used them in most of my cameras!

At first, I was trigger-happy with it! Then after I had my rolls processed, the shots were all lovely! Instant and wonderful, this film produces saturated photos. Then, I again rolled this film in my Fisheye2, and expected yet again, the same results! It gave my shots both a saturated look and a vintage-ish effect. I don’t know why but I got that feel as if they were taken three decades ago.

I don’t have any idea if the DNP Centuria films are still being manufactured. But more likely this is already discontinued.

From what I’ve heard it was either Kodak or the Fujifilm who bought this film’s manufacturing company but I can’t confirm this rumour though.

written by ethermoon on 2008-12-13 #gear #review #dnp-centuria-100 #fisheye-2

One Comment

  1. mattydk
    mattydk ·

    wow, love the retro quality of the images and the grain is awesome. I want some!

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