400 ISO 120 print film for landscape?

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  1. Steph

    Steph No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I usually use Fuji Reala 100 ISO in my Bronica SQ on a tripod when I take landscape pictures. However, I would like to be able to take more handheld shots, probably using a Mamiya 645e. Therefore I am looking for a faster film (probably 400 ISO). My questions are:

    -Which 400 ISO film is likely to give me similar results to Fuji Reala (in terms of colour rendition)?
    -Is there going to be a noticeable difference of quality in the final print (the final prints wonÂ’t be larger than 8x10in)?



     
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    unfortunatly i have not found any fast films that will look anything like Fugi Reala 100.


    the closest bet would probably be the Kodak 400 color pro stuff...
     

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