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Best all round film there is

Advantages: High speed, kicks my digi compacts ass at ISO 400! Very very cheap
Disadvantages: have to wait to see the pictures

This is just about the cheapest film I can buy at the moment, I can get it for 93p a roll at 7dayshop. It is also one of the best film I can find, I think it has better colours than Superia 100, great skin tones, and I can't seen any grain even at 9x6". I ...

AJUK 07.12.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Fujifilm Fujicolor Superia X-TRA 400

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Best film i ever seen

Advantages: 100% result
Disadvantages: expensive but not much

I never believe that a camera film can give a batter sight than my own eyes can see. When I buy this camera film I thought it was too much costly then others but believe me when I get the results I can not define my emotions! that was really great and thi ...

ssami_rahman 25.08.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Kodak Profess. BW 400 CN

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Fujifilm Neopan Acros 100

Advantages: Medium Speed and Low Grain give great images
Disadvantages: None to be found

This is a medium speed (ISO 100) film that delivers almost unrivalled grain and subsequently sharpness. Combining this camera with a semi-pro or pro SLR camera will give you almost unrivalled capabilities for all of your black and white needs. I recentl ...

PJWINWRIGHT 06.11.2005 · Read full review
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Review of Fujifilm Neopan Acros 100

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kibbil 05.08.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Fujifilm Velvia PROF RVP 100F

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PORTRA for Portraits

Advantages: Has the look I need straight out of the bag no Photoshoping , tons of dynamic range.
Disadvantages: Not the cheapest film ever

This a great film for doing portraits, it just seems to love skin, I have only ever used the NC as low saturation is best for dreamy looking skin tones, and this stuff seems to make skin look almost creamy. Images taken with my digital camera, which I nor ...

AJUK 02.09.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Kodak Portra NC/VC 160

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