I Shot a Roll of Fujicolor C200 by Renars Matvejs
Fujifilms Fujicolor C200 is a medium speed, budget color film. It’s one of the cheapest 36 exposure color films along with Kodaks Gold and Color Plus which are also 200 iso. It’s a great film for trips, when buying more and having more frames is more important than to have precise colors or higher speeds, or finer grain.
200 ISO is a good speed for general shooting although some point and shoots might struggle with such “low” speed indoors and might need to use a flash. Grain is relatively small and unnoticable, but not predictable and all over the place. Colors are saturated, with a slightly green tint and tend to look cooler/colder. Image contrast is fine, but drops quickly when over-exposed, in my opinion it’s better to slightly under expose this image and sacrifice shadow detail for more colour.
Film deals well with over-exposure and can be brought back to correct brightnes easily, but contrast and saturation might still be lost. This film stock is sharp with fine enough detail for he price it is at. only available in 35mm format it is the perfect casual shooters film for point and shoot and compact cameras. It also doesn’t need to be refrigerated and behaves well even after a long period of being in 25+°C
Camera used Minolta Hi-matic G (28mm f2.8) -35mm film, shot over a period of 2 weeks, not refrigerated
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