Fujifilm Fujichrome 64T Slide Film

Fujifilm Fujichrome 64T Slide Film 

DESCRIPTION

For use under tungsten lighting. Rich, balanced tone scale and clean, faithful color reproduction.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jul 11, 2003]
timomattern
Intermediate

Strength:

-C O L O U R S!!! -Sharpness

Weakness:

What?

Made some beauty shots with this film last weekend under tungsten lighting. The results are absolutely stunning. This film is unbelievably sharp and the colours are dead on.

Similar Products Used:

Kodak EPY

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Mar 18, 2000]
Francisco Lubbert
Professional
Model Reviewed: RTP 64 ASA

Strength:

As good color as found in Kodak equivalent, but much easier to balance and less prone to color fluctuations due to slight variations in processing. Unlike most other Fuji transparency films, colors and contrast are truthful, not exagerated a bit.

Weakness:

Sorry, none found in RTP or RTP II, as the ASA 64 is no deal with tungsten.

Truely a great product that makes me wonder why Fuji does not manufacture a similar film daylaight balanced, ie. one with true color graduation, suitable where color has to be as faithful as possible to the original, as in the catalog works I have to shoot.

Customer Service

Never requested.

Similar Products Used:

Kodak's own 64 Tungsten, used for years as Fuji´s RTP is not available in Mexico. Won´t touch it anymore (some is g

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Feb 17, 2000]
Steve
Intermediate
Model Reviewed: RTP 64 ASA

Strength:

Sharp, sharp, sharp. Did I mention it is sharp?

Weakness:

Slow, but so what?

A friend gave me two rolls of 64T that he bought for 25 cents a piece at a flea market. The film was out of date since 1997. He said, "See what you get out of these." I shot a test roll under 3400K lights of various colorful and contrasty subjects and metered with a grey card. The results? Wow. Deep, saturated reds, blues and yellows. No color shift at all. And this is from film that has been out of date for three years, and kept under God Knows What kind of conditions. Great film.

Customer Service

none

Similar Products Used:

Elite Chrome, lots of print film

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Aug 07, 2001]
Bruce Albertine
Expert

Strength:

Fine grain
Accurate color
Good exposure lattitude
Good reprocicity

Weakness:

Haven't found any

I've been using this film to record the finished result of recording studios I've designed. The rooms have a lot of different surface finishes, from fabrics and traditional woods to tree-bark panels and large glass windows. The rooms are also furnished with, of course, lots of electronic equipment - recording consoles, tape recorders, computers and monitors. These are tricky environments to photograph, and always require long time exposures to keep the lens in its range of optimal performance (and leaning toward longer depth-of-field). Fuji 64T has performed beautifully, returning truly striking results with a great degree of resolution and a high degree of color accuracy. The images also feel nice, which is important, isn't it? I haven't tried the alternative, Kodak's 64 asa tungsten film, but I sure like what the Fuji does. Too bad they don't make a daylight slide or print film that feels this natural and behaves itself so nicely.

Similar Products Used:

None

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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