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Canon A-1 + Kodak ProImage 100, Fujifilm superia 200

Fujifilm Super HQ 200 Speed 24 Exposure 35mm Film - 4 Pack (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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Pentax MZ-5n, SMC Pentax-F 50mm F1.7, Fujifilm Superia 200

In three years of shooting in film, I have never tried the Fujifilm Superia 200. Not until recently that a certain plastic camera here in the Philippines was sold at a bargain price, which happen to include a Superia 200 in its package. And because both the camera and the 36-exposure film were sold at a price cheaper than a single roll of film, I decided to buy a couple. Naturally, I used the film most on other cameras instead of the free-focus camera it came with.

FUJIFILM Superia 200 has great vividness across the entire spectrum, including vibrant reds, blues and yellows. Enhanced realism in the reproduction of difficult to create colors, including violet and various greens. Sharp depiction of all aspects of the subject, from overall form to textural details. Beautiful, natural skin tone rendition. Fine grain for a medium speed film, providing consistently high image quality even in enlargements. Accurate color reproduction even under fluorescent light.

Pentax MZ-5n, SMC Pentax-F 50mm F1.7, Fujifilm Superia 200

  • Amazon title: Fujifilm Fujicolor Superia 200 Color Negative Film ISO 200, 35mm, 36 Exposures
  • Pentax MZ-5n, SMC Pentax-F 50mm F1.7, Fujifilm Superia 200

    He continued: "I chose Fujifilm Superia 200 as I wanted something flexible for the variety of different shots I was planning and I found Superia 200 gives great results in just about every situation."

    Fujifilm has announced the winner of its 2013 Student Awards. The theme for this year's Award was 'The Colour Of....' with students being briefed to capture an image that illustrates how colour lights up their world. The awards were open to all students in the UK. The winner is Nick Linnett of Leicester College, who will be presented with £200 worth of Fujifilm films, a trophy, plus a professional quality portfolio by Metroprint. Nick's image, a double-exposure shot of traffic lights against a bright building (above), impressed judges with its technical ability and striking colours. Explaining the inspiration behind his image, Nick said: "It’s a building many consider to be an eyesore, however I wanted to show it in a different way so decided to take some multiple exposures using my trusty Canon... I chose Fujifilm Superia 200 as I wanted something flexible for the variety of different shots I was planning and I found Superia 200 gives great results in just about every situation."