Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Fuji Superia 800

Back in the early 70's when I first became aware of such things 400 ISO film was high speed film.  The highest speed color film that I can remember was GAF 500.  And while it was fast, GAF 500 was very grainy.  Of course photography has changed a lot in forty years and now 800 ISO is no big deal.  Especially to the digitally inclined.  Still thinking back on earlier times my expectations weren't high when I first used Fuji Superia 800.  However I have to admit that I was wrong in my low expectations.  I was pleased with the color rendition with this film and the low grain.  It also appears to scan well.  Add to that that I can still buy Fuji Superia 800 locally for a good price makes this film a winner to me.  

Fuji Superia 800 Gallery