Fujifilm Fujicolor Pro 160S Print Film

Fujifilm Fujicolor Pro 160S Print Film 


Fujicolor 160S provides Improved Skin Tone Rendition Optimized for Portrait Photography, Wide Exposure Latitude, Improved Neutral Gray Balance, Finer Grain, Improved Performance with Digital Scanners and Excellent Performance in Mixed Lighting Situations. Professional-quality, medium-speed, daylight-type, extremely fine-grain color negative film.Suited especially to portrait photography. Provides wide exposure latitude from under- to overexposures, superb skin tones with smoothly continuous gradation from the highlights to the shadows, highly faithful color reproduction, an exciting three-dimensional appearance to the image and single-channel suitability for uniform printing efficiency. New generation emulsion design allows for optimum scanning quality.


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[May 25, 2010]


An all-purpose film that you can safely load when you're just walking around, shooting people, buildings and whatnot.


Sometimes has a slight purple tone, mostly when under cloudy conditions.

The new version of Fuji NPS 160 (which I have never used, being too young), it is an awesome negative film. I am usually not a fan of negatives, but the colours of that one are rather accurate. The contrast is very well balanced. I've never have unrecoverable shadows or highlights, although I've never really pushed or pulled the film.

Overall, I recommend this film. It's become my standard every day film, and I always have a magazine loaded with it.

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Pretty much all the Fuji line. I'd compare this one to Astia, but in negative.

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