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FUJICOLOR C200 35mm 36exposure CHEAP CAMERA FILM 10 PACK

4.6 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews
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  • A Cheap 200 ISO 35mm Colour Print Film That's Very Versatile.
  • Very Good Value Fujifilm 200 Speed 35mm Colour Negative Film.
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  • Boxed-product Weight: 399 g
  • Item model number: C200
  • ASIN: B0079UXSJO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 8 Oct. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
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Product description

Fujicolor 200 is the budget colour print film from Fuji. Ideal for sunny,bright conditions and flash photography. Excellent for clarity and detail. Outstanding value for money compared with other leading brands. Pack of 10 films. Supplied in 5 Fuji factory sealed twin packs. Fresh stock - long expiry dates

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The products were as described and arrived super fast! The price is a bargain. Im gonna order again because ive used it all up(went to korea recently)
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By Mr Baz #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 7 May 2015
I was given a few rolls of this film by the processing lab (as some do when you get negatives developed) I initially dismissed it as likely not that good "kiosk" film given away in volume. However having spent a bit of time working with the film mostly out of curiosity rather than a specific choice, I can report that it is a lot better than you might expect.

Rated at ISO 200 grain is quite fine though it won't have the resolution of low ISO rated film, contrast is medium to a little below that with colour reproduction slightly warm (useful for skin tones) but fairly neutral across the spectrum. No colour appears to dominate making it quite a versatile general purpose film. Despite the high ISO rating it can be useful in slightly poor light (details are certainly better than ISO 400 negative film). After spending a while shooting this and Ektar (which isn't ideal for skin tones and has some stronger colours - red being one) I prefer this film in terms of the "look" pleasant but not too cooked as some films can be. As with all negative films underexposure is to be avoided (you can push it a few stops but the grain increases quite a lot) dynamic range is good with lots of shadow details and a smooth roll off in the highlights.

It's also quite easy to scan (try to keep the negs clean it helps no end) and I've not had any problems with storage either. This isn't billed as anything other than a basic film but it does product rather pleasant tones and images. Certainly worth a second look and for non specific subjects a decent all rounder.
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would of liked to be able to get more
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I was a little sceptical about buying this film as it had no reviews and seemed too cheap to be true. After buying it, it arrived in less than 24 hours using standard delivery! Also, the film is the cheapest I could find on Amazon and processes well. I manage to get 37 exposures out of these rolls of film rather than 36 which is always good. Boots (shop) is always happy to develop an extra exposure free of charge. Really good film.
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Fuji are doing splendid work keeping us dedicated film photographers supplied with an excellent colour print film at a reasonable cost. The colour reproduction, contrast range and grain structure are all good and suitable for both everyday and serious photography.
The retail supplier posted the films within a couple of days. Great service!
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fast and in great conditions. will buy again for sure.
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very quick with delivery. would buy again
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Great value for money, good expiry dates
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