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    Fuji Natura 1600

    Has anyone used this film? I've seen some beautiful pictures on Flickr but I wanted to know what the opinion was before I ordered some from overseas. (gotta love globalization and the internet)!

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    Hmmm.... I got mixed results with it, sometimes it's ok and sometimes it's a let down. It like light and being overexposed, but then it will not be iso1600.
    Few of my photos with it:
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/jareks...fujinatura1600

    http://www.e6eye.com/sydney/

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    How much are you going to pay for one roll?

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    It is Superia 1600 under another name. See here and here. I've found Superia 1600 (aka Natura 1600 & Venus 1600) looks nice when exposed at ASA400 and below. I've got nice pictures when shooting it at ASA100 but really it's not worth it as it costs a lot more than regular 100 or 400 film.
    Steve.

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    Fuji Natura 1600

    Yeah, Flickr makes Natura/Superia 1600 look really nice. I received 3 rolls of Natura last week, and won 6 rolls of Superia 1600 as well. Have the first roll loaded up in my Konica Auto S3. I'm hoping that rating it at the Konica's maximum of 800 yields good results.

    My excitement for this film was somewhat stunted by my subsequent discovery of the CineStill 800T film, but that's a separate topic.

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    I think it should look good at 800. But I think Provia 400X will look better at 800. Although since it's slide film, you would have to be spot on with your metering. It's not as forgiving at Natura/Superia 1600.

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    A friend of mine shot Superia 1600 outdoors one day (in twilight conditions, wasn't super bright but not pitch black), scanend it was super grainy but I saw an RA-4 print of his yesterday and I thought it had been shot with 400 speed film.
    "Art is is a picture of some dude I never met smoking under a lamppost at 6400 ISO and in BW."

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    I like Natura 1600. I shoot it from 200 - 1600. I just printed some on RC 8x10 paper and like the results.



 

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