Good color film for low light

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  1. oriecat

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    What is a good color film to use for low light, such as dawn and dusk, etc? My bf just got a camera and he wants to do stuff like that, and get good color representation, and I don't know anything about color films.

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    Looking for print film or slide film?

    For print, I like Superia 100 but if you want something faster 400 is good too.

    For slide, Sensia 100. There is also a Sensia 400 that is good.

    Both are Fuji so they are balanced towards blues and greens.
     
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    I have had good luck with Fuji superia in low light as well. I do a lot of wildlife photography and these are the times of day that are most productive. I recently tried Kodak HD 400 and was not impressed. Colors didn't seem as vibrant.
     

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