Old 06-25-2019   #121
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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.

Thanks, no offence taken; I just wanted to clear up any misunderstanding...


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Old 06-26-2019   #122
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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.
I find for consumer C41 films it's either down to an ambitions box speed and/or a narrower latitude for under exposure that leads to the tell tale muddy shadows.

If you spot meter for the shadows at box speed then you're usually fine. Average or matrix metering then I'd probably want to rate it at a lower ISO.
Hence the question about the true box speed - Ideally the box speed should be what you're metering the mids for, not the shadows.

Either way, I'm giving it a go at ISO160 in my F4.
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Old 06-28-2019   #123
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^^^^^

That's really nice
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Old 06-28-2019   #125
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Agreed, great results, Steve! The grain looks pretty fine to me, and you got nice skin tones as well.
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Old 06-28-2019   #126
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Very nice image Steve
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Old 06-29-2019   #127
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Thank you, I'd been jumping from incident light readings to in camera exposuring. This is from the former and I ended up reducing reducing the exposure in lightroom by 1.4 stops!
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Old 06-29-2019   #128
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Thank you, I'd been jumping from incident light readings to in camera exposuring. This is from the former and I ended up reducing reducing the exposure in lightroom by 1.4 stops!
Overexposed then I guess ? I was going to ask what ISO you shot it at
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Old 06-29-2019   #129
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Old 06-30-2019   #130
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Old 07-01-2019   #131
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seems everyones posting portraits at the moment, so here's my contribution (from my archives).
Olympus Trip35, fujicolor C200.... Even when the sun is out in Scotland it is still chilly

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wow lovely pics Steve , Colton, dourbalistar, John.
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wow lovely pics Steve , Colton, dourbalistar, John.
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Old 07-01-2019   #134
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Quite excited to get my roll of C200 back now, took a number of street portraits on it - if they turn out as nice as some of the portraits on this page I'll be very happy
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Old 07-01-2019   #135
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wow lovely pics Steve , Colton, dourbalistar, John.
Thanks Huss.

Here's one me and my family in our backyard a few nights ago.



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Leica M3. Leitz SA 21mm F/3.4. Fuji C200. Tetenal C41 kit. Epson 4990.








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Old 07-06-2019   #138
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This thread made me buy color chemicals and a couple dozen rolls. Can’t wait to see what results I get. Hopefully as nice as some of these!
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Thanks Huss.

Here's one me and my family in our backyard a few nights ago.


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Lovely family, Colton! I think your daughter has your smile.

p.s. Is that a Pentax 6x7 on your t-shirt?
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Some shots back from my first roll of C200 and quite impressed. Colours are saturated, but without being overly so. Grain is quite fine.
It's sharp 'enough'. Nowhere near as sharp as something like Ektar/Portra/Fuji Pro, but then at a third of a cost of those films you can't really complain...

Nikon F4, 50mm f1.8 af-d and 35mm f2.8 ai. C200 shot at 160ISO.







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Lovely family, Colton! I think your daughter has your smile.

p.s. Is that a Pentax 6x7 on your t-shirt?
Thanks
Yes it is a 67. That was our team shirt for the annual Walk To Defeat ALS a few years ago.Every year we do a new shirt. For the past 3 years we put one of my camera drawings on the front.
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Great results, especially for a first roll! The reds on the last one really stand out, yet aren't garish.

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Some shots back from my first roll of C200 and quite impressed. Colours are saturated, but without being overly so. Grain is quite fine.
It's sharp 'enough'. Nowhere near as sharp as something like Ektar/Portra/Fuji Pro, but then at a third of a cost of those films you can't really complain...

Nikon F4, 50mm f1.8 af-d and 35mm f2.8 ai. C200 shot at 160ISO.

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Olympus Trip 35 fujicolor c200.
For scale check out the figure at bottom of sculpture

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Great results, especially for a first roll! The reds on the last one really stand out, yet aren't garish.
Thanks ! Fuji always seem to do nice reds, I like the reds on Fuji Pro 400h also.
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Thanks ! Fuji always seem to do nice reds, I like the reds on Fuji Pro 400h also.
Got to agree with Dourbalistar, the colours on your images are sublime, especially the last one
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Just got a promo email from Freestyle, and they have 24-exposure rolls of C200 for sale, $2.50/ea if you buy 50 or more, or $2.79/ea if you buy fewer than 50:
https://www.freestylephoto.biz/20024...e-Roll-Unboxed)
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On to my fourth roll of C200 now and just bought a brick as I'm so impressed with it.

Also shot a roll of Superia X-tra 400 again for the first time in a while, and kinda disappointed with it. Not as nice as C200. Which will give me a dilemma later in the year when I need a bit more speed for when the nights draw in.
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[quote=fs999;2903168]Pentax *ist Pentax FA* 24mm F2 AL
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A fine batch of photos, especially the GMC truck I particularly enjoy looking at old American cars
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Looks like Oregon, nothing like family. My kids are grown with their own families. I miss them and call each one every week.
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Looks like Oregon, nothing like family. My kids are grown with their own families. I miss them and call each one every week.
I very much agree
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Here's another from the last roll of Fujicolor 200 I shot,



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I forgot, I received your 'Twenty-One of 35' and it is great I really envy the way you process your color negative scans (as you know I use your tutorial on every color film I do).
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I forgot, I received your 'Twenty-One of 35' and it is great I really envy the way you process your color negative scans (as you know I use your tutorial on every color film I do).
Oh awesome, I'm happy that you like it. If you feel like it, maybe post a brief review of it in the thread I started for it
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Oh awesome, I'm happy that you like it. If you feel like it, maybe post a brief review of it in the thread I started for it
When I find the thread I will.
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A fine batch of photos, especially the GMC truck I particularly enjoy looking at old American cars
Thank you ! Yes everything old is very attractive
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Slightly underexposed Fujicolor 200 comes with a beautiful subtle color palette.



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Lovely Colton!
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Portsmouth Harbour from the walls of 3rd century Portchester Roman fort. Olympus MjuII with expired C200

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