Preferred 200 & 400 ASA print films?

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by Ronald Levy, Nov 20, 2003.

  1. Ronald Levy

    Ronald Levy Guest

    What are the current preferred choices for 200 and 400 ASA print
    films?

    I mean in terms of colour balance and grain. I don't mind using a
    warming filter, if necessary.

    I do shoot both indoors and out.

    Ron
     
    Ronald Levy, Nov 20, 2003
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  2. Ronald Levy

    Jerry C. Guest

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    Ron,

    Perhaps you would consider 160 and 400 ASA print films. Both Fuji and
    Kodak rate their professional print films at those speeds. I have been
    blown away by the results of the Fuji NPS, NPH, and NPZ films (160, 400,
    & 800 ASA respectively). I'm still experimenting with the Kodak Portra
    160 and 400 ASA films, but the results when printed by a good pro lab
    are visibly superior to the other films I've seen. They are available
    in both neutral formulations natural skin tones and saturated color
    formulations. Many pros use these films.

    Jerry Cipriano
     
    Jerry C., Nov 21, 2003
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