Written on: 10/01/2009 by jb410
Excellent for Indoor to use whit multiple flashes. Outdoor I prefer 100 ASA. Fuji Superia 400 has good grain, quality, colors and price. (read more)
Written on: 05/02/2003 by mauronr.
Although it's an ASA400, Fuji Superia 400 film is great for outdoors with low light or if you need small apertures (high f/) to get good depth of focus.
Pictures taken at the beach and open parks and gardens are very colourful.
It's a great "all-weather" compared to its "slower brother" Superia 100. (read more)
Written on: 21/01/2002 by Ken Chong.
I have been using Superia 400 ASA XTRA as one of my favourite 'holiday' and general shooting films for my F90X and F5's diet. It is perfect for both day and night filming. If you like polarisers, this is a good film giving highly saturated and yet natural colours closer to seeing a transparency.
The exposure latitude is useful and I seldom have to bracket. Using the Nikon's Matrix metering system and the 3D flash system, the film performs very well time and time again.
It is better to set... (read more)
Written on: 13/11/2001 by Rybecka.
This is an excellent film which yields superb results with most point-and-shoot cameras (in my case, my excellent Leica C1 compact).
In the USA, this film is also marketed as Superia X-TRA.
I have also purchased the same emulsion through B&H Photo in New York as Fujicolor Press 400 (available in packs of 5 and 20, although B&H will sell individual canisters).
I have received excellent prints on Agfa, Fuji, and Kodak Royal (the latter not to be confused with the typing-paper-thin Kodak... (read more)
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