Super Natural Colour with Fuji Superia 200!


Natural and soft toned, is the best way to describe the characteristic of Fuji Superia 200. It can be used during day and night. The best thing is, the film is easy to get everywhere with a cheap price!

Fuji Superia 200 was my first color negative film that I tried on my lovely Russian rangefinder, FED 5B. It was expired film and I got the cheapest price! After I had it developed, I was very satisfied with the color of the film. Although it was expired, the color is very soft and perfect for portraiture!

If you get the correct exposure, the color of the film is really amazing! It’s sharp with a fine grain!

Sometimes, the expired Fuji Superia 200 gives a dull look on the photos. On the other hand, it creates mood and soul to the images

Besides, when shooting towards sun the flare that appears seems nice!

Who said ISO 200 film looks bad in low light photography? I found that Fuji Superia 200 is capable of performing well at night, where limited light source is available.

Last but not least, I also used this film in my LC-A+. It didn’t disappoint! It served me well for self portrait photos. :) Sharp, less grain, as if I used slide film.

Go and grab fast some Fuji Superia 200 from your nearest film store! For sure, it is available. Please keep in mind, when using expired film, step down your ASA setting. For example, when you’re using Fuji Superia 200, set your ASA to 100!

written by bulletofmine on 2011-08-01 #gear #night #film #expired #negative #review #lomography #fuji-superia-200 #slow-film #without-flash #user-review #requested


  1. sedgetone
    sedgetone ·

    Couldn't agree more, my favourite color stocks. Dropping the ASA is a nice tip, I'll give that a go.

  2. sedgetone
    sedgetone ·

    Couldn't agree more, my favourite colour stock. Dropping the ASA is a nice tip, I'll give that a go.

  3. tomkiddo
    tomkiddo ·

    wow, you took photos with lab the rat!

  4. megustadormir
    megustadormir ·

    I've just become a Lab the Rat fan, greetings from Mexico :)

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