What Fuji print film is this?

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by Shawn Rahman, Feb 15, 2008.

  1. Shawn Rahman

    Shawn Rahman Subscriber

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    I found that Target is selling a 100 speed print film by Fuji (35 mm). I found it in rolls of 12 exposures, selling for 99 cents each.

    Is Fuji repackaging Superia in this package? Another name doesn't appear on the box or film.

    Thanks for your insight!
     
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    More than likely it is, or at least that's been my experience (however lmited) with "store brand" films. Some store brands are Ferrania from Italy as well. None of it is terrible, and any of it can scan well. Heck man, it's less that a buck a roll. Shoot some and see.
     
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    I have generally found that Fuji sell their older generation films in these types of situations.

    Nothing wrong with them as their C41 films, like Kodak films, have been really good for many years now.

    Mick.
     
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    I too would guess its a Fuji consumer film - and worth trying at that price.

    I might look for some at Target too. Sometimes 12 exp. is plenty for a particular use and at a buck a piece it only totals to $3 for 36 exp.