Here is our second Fuji Superia 400 Film Review. We shot a roll on our Contax G2. So, have a look at our film test and see what you think.
Fuji Superia 400 is one of the most popular mid-range colour films we sell. It sits between the more expensive Fuji Pro 400H and the budget Fuji C200. This is our second Fuji Superia 400 Film Review – you can see the first one here. We liked the results the first time around and wanted to give it another go. So, we put a roll of Superia 400 in our Contax G2 and took it out in the snow in Montreal, Canada.
As we would expect, we got distinct grain and good contrast. Nice, saturated colours, with a good rendition of blues and greens. Fuji films are known for their blues and greens, and you see this with Superia.
Overall we got crips detail. Although there is a little bit of detail lost in the bright highlights, we thought it handled the snow and harsh winter sun pretty well. As you can see, it did a good job of capturing both shadows and highlights.
We also owe a thank you to our friends Photofusion. Not only did they process this roll for us, but they also put it through their brand new digital scanner. So, next time you stop by and drop off your film, there is now the option to have it developed and scanned. We were really impressed with the results.