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    fuji superia 400 ..
    get it short date, expired / OLD if you can

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    The new Bergger BRF 400 Plus?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aurelien View Post
    The new Bergger BRF 400 Plus?
    Please share with us how you get color from a B&W film? ;-)
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    Oh sorry, i did not notice the pages 2 and3... I thaught it was black and white.

    But you can obtain color from black and white. It's called trichromie in french
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    The kind of post processing I did on my pictures for digital was that I liked to add contrast, I increased exposure but decreased brightness, reduced saturation sometimes to have more natural skin tones and increased vibrancy sometimes, mind you some of these settings I didn't change a lot but some. Maybe this can find something close for what I like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianShaw View Post
    I'd also suggest looking into the Kodak Gold line. I think it may have been cancelled but it was decent stuff for consumer-class film. I fyou can find it you'll likely be pleased. Whatever you do, do not get sucked into the Kodak consumer ColorPlus product line -- pure trash.
    I have not tried that one. Why is it trash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aurelien View Post
    Oh sorry, i did not notice the pages 2 and3... I thaught it was black and white.

    But you can obtain color from black and white. It's called trichromie in french
    but you need 3x as much film,
    unless ... you triple expose each frame

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Petersson View Post
    I have not tried that one. Why is it trash?
    poor color, lots of grain, and overall laack of clarity.

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    Well I'm going to continue using the Fuji Superia 400 X-tra until it runs out, still on my first roll.

    What do you guys think of this film, any pictures you could post would be great.

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    Have already been bitten by colour plus... Total garbage. Poor colours and so much grain for a 200 speed film. Blood red of a sunset came out yellow and blues of a lake not even fully blue. I got better results with the gold line. Save your pennies.

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