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Great images Huss! A question if you don't mind me asking: How do you get the colourful markings on and around the sprockets? Or is this the way C200 comes out after development (and after inversion to positive of course)?
I didn't do anything, that's on the film! It does look pretty though. (I wonder what it's for?)
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Maybe not fine grain, but FINE WINE.

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I didn't do anything, that's on the film! It does look pretty though. (I wonder what it's for?)
Thanks Huss. Maybe some form of optical guide for machine printing...? Whatever, I do agree it looks pretty.
Need to order a pack of C200 and acquire the necessary inversion software to reveal the sprockets, after camera scanning (the Plustek I have doesn't 'see' the sprockets).
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Love the 3D pop of the light/lamp shades.
Thanks! I'm not quite sure I see the same effect - must have drank too much.
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last time i check both shops still have them, even the ones at ogikubo but some shops are setting a limit. it seems that some foreigners from across the sea are buying them in bulk to sell for profit online, leaving the shops with no stocks at all
i just saw some in shinjuku, 400 is now 5000
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I have a large collection of images on Fujicolor C200 from my pre-digital days, which i'll maybe occasionally share here.

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Huss, Dourbalistar et al on RFF, thanks for the inspirational images posted on this forum. I've been shooting digital for many years now but my Xpro 1 has now been sidelined whilst I explore film once again.
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Huss, this frame is amazing. I've been lurking the NLP and "camera scanning" talk for long and these are absolutely amazing results.
Doesn't look like the cheapest Fujicolor. Well, of course because it was given proper treatment.
The light, contrast, subject and colors are on point. On point!

That's how color film should look. Looks a bit like Slide film (because it does not need color inversion acrobatics?) Another fellower RFFer from Greece (Mamiya 7 thread) got similar fantastic and realistic results out of color neg.
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Huss, this frame is amazing. I've been lurking the NLP and "camera scanning" talk for long and these are absolutely amazing results.
Doesn't look like the cheapest Fujicolor. Well, of course because it was given proper treatment.
The light, contrast, subject and colors are on point. On point!

That's how color film should look. Looks a bit like Slide film (because it does not need color inversion acrobatics?) Another fellower RFFer from Greece (Mamiya 7 thread) got similar fantastic and realistic results out of color neg.
I concur. Amazing results in this thread. This particular one is helped by special lighting, large windows or other reflective surface behind the photographer?
It would be interesting to see what it would take a Photoshop wizard to get these colors from digital shots.
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I didn't do anything, that's on the film! It does look pretty though. (I wonder what it's for?)
The little bar code at the bottom edge is a DX bar code. According to Fujifilm's Professional Film Data Guide brochure:
Edge markings are used for identifying processed film. In addition to edge markings, "DX" codes are also seen on 135-size color negatives. Code patterns are designated for each film type. The correlation between film type, edge markings, and "DX" and frame number bar codes is indicated below.
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Thank you so much for that link, I guess everyone reading it will be downloading it. I loved the exposure guide and can throw away my meters... ;-)


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Thank you so much for that link, I guess everyone reading it will be downloading it. I loved the exposure guide and can throw away my meters... ;-)


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I'm not sure if that's passive aggressive sarcasm or not, but I removed the direct PDF link in my post above. Instead, here are links to Fujifilm's website, which has download links for Data & Spec Sheets and Manuals & Brochures.

https://www.fujifilmusa.com/support/...cucatid=664273
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Huss, this frame is amazing. I've been lurking the NLP and "camera scanning" talk for long and these are absolutely amazing results.
Doesn't look like the cheapest Fujicolor. Well, of course because it was given proper treatment.
The light, contrast, subject and colors are on point. On point!

That's how color film should look. Looks a bit like Slide film (because it does not need color inversion acrobatics?) Another fellower RFFer from Greece (Mamiya 7 thread) got similar fantastic and realistic results out of color neg.
Thank you!

The thing to realize is that Fuji knows what they are doing. They know how to make film. If we don't respect the emulsion and treat it like cr-p because it is a cr-ppy budget film, we will get cr-ppy results.
Process this film with the care that we would give to a roll of Portra or 400H and we will get nice results.

FYI my C200 is now about 5 years expired. But refrigerated until used.
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Nice results with the N75, Huss! Did you shoot this at box speed, or with some added exposure compensation? I know the N75 automatically reads the DX code with no option to over-ride if you want to overexpose via the ISO settings.
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Nice results with the N75, Huss! Did you shoot this at box speed, or with some added exposure compensation? I know the N75 automatically reads the DX code with no option to over-ride if you want to overexpose via the ISO settings.
Hmm, I think I shot it at +.5 using the exposure compensation setting.

It's a great little camera and stoooopid cheap!
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1st off, where is that ice cream shop?!

Love the skin tones. As long as you don't underexpose this film it really is great.
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This reminds me of a night time experiment i tried in 2008 with an Olympus Trip 35 camera that i modified to work on Bulb only. Then in the middle of the night the camera was mounted on the dashboard of my van and the shutter was locked open with a cable as i drove round the Edinburgh City Bypass. I had no idea what, if anything would come out, but i think the effect was pretty psychedelic. I later tried the same thing with a Lomo LCA but the effect was nowhere as good as the Trip 35.

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About 10 or 12 years ago I started getting rid of all my cameras and checking them before I sold them. I looked for a suitable film, as in cheap and good, because there were a lot of cameras to get sold and settled on C200 or Z200 as I've seen it. Since then I've been buying it by the brick and love it.


Here's a sample from 2011 using an Olympus -1.





Not one of my best but one of my favourites as I heard the thing coming and ran across a field and grabbed the shot.

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1st off, where is that ice cream shop?!

Love the skin tones. As long as you don't underexpose this film it really is great.
Well, Flickr's geotagging feature is hamstrung right now, so it just shows "a mysterious place with no name" if you click through. But it's Calistoga Creamery in Calistoga, CA. They make organic ice cream and frozen yogurt. And as you can see from the upper right, they have freshly made waffle cones, too!

I agree with overexposing this film, perfect for sunny summer days in wine country.
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Hmm, I think I shot it at +.5 using the exposure compensation setting.

It's a great little camera and stoooopid cheap!
Thanks! I have too many cameras as it is, but I must admit, the bargain bin prices for the N75 and N80 cameras are very tempting.
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My experience with underexposing C200 is similar. Shadows turn murky and grainy. Thankfully, I usually overexpose all my film by at least one stop either by setting the meter to ISO 100 or metering for the shadows (sometimes both).
What do people reckon the true ISO of C200 is ? The muddy shadows is always something that puts me off consumer C41
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Still testing my Olympus 35RC, this is from the second role of film through the camera (first in colour).. The grave of American pilot Billy Fiske in The Priory Church of St Mary and St Blaise, Boxgrove, England
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What do people reckon the true ISO of C200 is ? The muddy shadows is always something that puts me off consumer C41
200. I just occasionally shoot at 150-ish because I like the brighter look.
200 has the look that Fuji intended.

I'm curious as to why so many people think that ISO ratings for film is 'incorrect'.
The mfgs who make the stuff know much more about what they are doing than end users! If this was a true 160 film, Fuji would label it as such.

What the end user can do is use that as a baseline, and then expose for their desired results.
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Fantastic photos in this thread, glad I peaked in. Huss, are you using a local developer or sending the film out?
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I'm not sure if that's passive aggressive sarcasm or not, but I removed the direct PDF link in my post above. Instead, here are links to Fujifilm's website, which has download links for Data & Spec Sheets and Manuals & Brochures.

https://www.fujifilmusa.com/support/...cucatid=664273
https://www.fujifilmusa.com/support/...cucatid=664272

You shouldn't have; FWIW, I was surprised Fuji included an exposure guide in what it clearly aimed at "pro" photographers. Obviously I'd expect it with (say) C200 but there isn't one with it.


FWIW(2), I'm not sure what "passive aggressive sarcasm" is but this is the internet after all's said and done and so I guess you miss my body language.



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Fantastic photos in this thread, glad I peaked in. Huss, are you using a local developer or sending the film out?
Im using my local Samys to develop it, then I scan it with my camera and use negativelabpro.com to invert. That is the most crucial part to get great colour!
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You shouldn't have; FWIW, I was surprised Fuji included an exposure guide in what it clearly aimed at "pro" photographers. Obviously I'd expect it with (say) C200 but there isn't one with it.

FWIW(2), I'm not sure what "passive aggressive sarcasm" is but this is the internet after all's said and done and so I guess you miss my body language.

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I mainly removed the (direct) PDF link because I realized that some people's browser may prompt an automatic download, which may are may not be welcomed. My browser (Chrome) opens it in a separate window in-browser, but I don't know about other browsers. The Professional Film Data Guide PDF brochure is still available for download if you so choose at the website I linked:
https://www.fujifilmusa.com/support/...cucatid=664272

In any case, you're right, tone is hard to interpret over the internet. Apologies for any offence taken where none was intended.
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Just got one roll back today. Happy enough with this film. This one taken in foul wind. Will post more later.
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The mfgs who make the stuff know much more about what they are doing than end users! If this was a true 160 film, Fuji would label it as such.
I personally couldn't care less if it is a 160 or 200 speed film, but Fuji would have every reason to mark this film as 200 instead of 160. It's allowed by the standard and this is their cheapest consumer film, a film that will be used a lot in simple cameras (p&s with slow lenses) that will read the 160 DX code simply as 100 anyway (at best). Much better to lose 1/3 of a stop in shadow detail than to have less sharp pictures because of longer shutter time/wider aperture.
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