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Technologies A technology company, Fujifilm is engaged in a wide variety of endeavors. Great color reproduction and really fine grain. In my experience, all of these are quite true. Rated 5 out of 5 by Alex H. Astja Multi-Color-Correction Layer technology and new color materials that give this film one of the world’s highest levels of color 100g ideal for the reproduction of costumes, accessories and other subtly colored subjects New couplers incorporated for sharply improved color image stability anti-fading characteristics compared with existing reversal films.
What do you folks think of this film compared to Astia. Subdued colors, a bit too much for my taste… The overall look of the photos reminded me of the results coming from some negatives — sharp image, fine details, dull colors. While the exposure latitude of the Astia extremely narrow made it tough to get the shot in NZ’s ever changing light, when the planets aligned the resulting skin tone just jumped off the lightbox.
Fuji Astia 100F (120 & 35mm, 100 iso) User-Review
Be the first to review this item. It is never discussed here on the forums, so I am glad this thread came up. Beautiful tones and extremely sharp.
This is my favorite film for portraiture. Here is a studio shot on 4×5.
I find Astia to be saturated but on a more normal level. Scans very well too.
Also you hardly have to spend anytime color correcting in post. Les, It’s stunning in 4×5. A couple of months ago I shot 30 rolls of Astia F in the desert, after scanning the slides I found this film has great room for post production.
Fashion photography and 100g that demand exquisite skin tones and faithful costume rendition. Rated 5 out of 5 by The Man with the Golden Eye from Does exactly what it says on the box A beautiful chrome that does exactly what it claims.
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Amazing dark blues, beautiful purples and orange-tones. Discover evadanah22’s colorful work! Dave LuttmannNov 19, I can’t wait to shoot in daylight. I really like this film for portraiture.
You must log in or sign up to reply here. Exceptionally fine grain for a reversal film RMS granularity value 7making this film perfect for adtia depiction of smoother skin tones. New couplers incorporated for sharply improved color image stability anti-fading characteristics compared with existing reversal films. Let your loved one pick the gift of their dreams.
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Robin SmithNov 19, I did Long exposures under tungsten lighting and its great. Achievements The history of Fujifilm is a history of valuable innovation. My favourite result was when asyia a warming uv filter, but from what I understand of the light quality in the US that might render results a little too tobacco. No funny business, just a whole heap of Lomography love right to your inbox. For my wedding stereos, Astia F is the only film I use now.
Share This Page Tweet. It is superb in sharpness, grain and contrast and has excellent but normal saturation.
Business Products Medical Systems Index. Astia recently wandered into my list of faves and replaced E due to cost. Update Unrecognized Zip Code. I have used it in and with excellent results. I prefer it to any other E6 film. Rated 5 out of 5 by Bruce B. This films cross-tendency is towards the funky purple.
Open Innovation Fujifilm’s open innovation is about listening to the customer and innovating together. These characteristics provide the film with one of the world’s highest levels of color fidelity, making it ideally. You can see it many times in the skies, turning a psychedelic shade of purple… In less favorable light conditions, the purple might take over.