Actually, I think Ferrania did advance and gain some ground with their FG and FG Plus emulsions during the five or so years before they ceased production. While they still had more grain than equivalent Fuji and Kodak offerings, they did have the fairly saturated colors and 'edge effects' of modern consumer color negative films, very unlike a color negative film circa 1970. However, they still retained their fondness for earth tones such as brown and orange, and the strange way Ferrania film has always rendered bodies of water; almost painting-like. The odd film out was their 200 ISO; it did seem to be older technology and did not match the rest of the family. I still have many rolls of FG Plus 100 in the freezer.
Originally Posted by Photo Engineer
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