Fuji Committment to Film

Discussion in 'Fuji' started by pixturesk, Jan 20, 2006.

  1. pixturesk

    pixturesk Guest

    pixturesk, Jan 20, 2006
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    pixturesk Guest

    I just saw this item on the rec.photo.digital newsgroup. Forgive my
    typo goof!!
    pixturesk, Jan 20, 2006
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    Robert C. Guest

    Unlike Kodak, at least they still believe there is a future in film-based
    photography. Thank-you Fuji.
    Robert C., Jan 20, 2006
  4. It seems not only do they believe there is a future, they believe that
    film is an essential part of photography.
    Graham Fountain, Jan 20, 2006
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    pixturesk Guest

    At least there now is some sanity in the market, of course, Fuji has
    become, some might argue, the prevailing film company. For example with
    film, a photographer can capture realistic flesh tones while shooting,
    something I maintain cannot happen with digital except with photo
    manipulation software.
    pixturesk, Jan 20, 2006
  6. They certainly seem to have the best products in nearly every film
    category now. Their consumer colour neg films leave their Kodak
    equivalents in the dust. Their slide offerings are fantastic. I am quite
    a fan of their B&W films too, although the addition of a nice fine 50ISO
    B&W film would be nice. Fuji's other big strength is photo-finishing.
    Their crystal archive paper, in a frontier lab, produces far nicer
    results than any other brand of paper or lab.
    I agree - perhaps it is from the grain, but skin tones always look
    better (except maybe from a super-saturated film like velvia).
    Graham Fountain, Jan 21, 2006
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