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    I bought some Kodak Ultramax 800 from Walgreens just to try it. Color is crap. Washed out, not color balanced for indoors.
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    I like Kodak Ultramax 800 quite a lot. Great color and surprisingly low grain.


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    I used Fuji Press 800 for about 5-10 years at my newspaper, before we went to DSLR's for work. This film was very good -- it pushed beautifully, had a pleasing grain that wasn't too bad considering its speed...never had an issue with it. I think I still have a few dozen rolls lurking around somewhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Corneau View Post
    I used Fuji Press 800 for about 5-10 years at my newspaper, before we went to DSLR's for work. This film was very good -- it pushed beautifully, had a pleasing grain that wasn't too bad considering its speed...never had an issue with it. I think I still have a few dozen rolls lurking around somewhere.
    Loved it for available light indoor shots at clubs/parties with fast glass and a monopod. Superia 800(CZ)was an amazingly flexible material that I shot rated anywhere between 500-1600 when I had access to lab that could do consistent C-41 push processing. Superia 1600 just didn't come close.

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