Fast Colour Films

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  1. danalec99

    danalec99 TPF Noob!

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    Which is your favourite 35mm Colour film? (400 and above)
     
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    Fuji NPZ 800 - a fantastic film with beautiful and saturated color rendition in AND outside. Expensive unless you buy it out of B&H Photo/Video or someplace like that. I've read that it can be pushed to 1600 with great results if you can find a lab willing to push the processing in their C-41 machine (but I've never tried this - 800 is plenty for me...).

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    Thanks Tuna, I have heard good stuff about NPZ 800.
     
  4. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    The year before going digital when shooting baseball I used Kodak VC400. And loved it. But before that I used Fuji 800press, NPZ800 or Kodak VC800 switch because did not like the grain I was getting
     
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    Thanks Jeff!
     
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    1. Fuji NPH400
    2. Kodak VC400
    3. Fuji NPZ800
    4. Fuji Natura 1600
    6. Konica Centuria 1600

    Digital don't cut the mustard for low-light shooting sadly.
     
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    Another vote for Kodak VC400. I love that film!!
     

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