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Fuji C200 35mm Film 36 Exposures

Fuji C200 35mm Film is a great budget colour negative film. It is super flexible and easy to use. C200 will work equally well outdoors in daylight or indoors with flash. Similar to Fuji Superia 400, but at a lower price. A perfect cheap 35mm film.

Have a look at our Fuji C200 Film Review to see some results.

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Fuji C200 35mm Film 36 Exposures

Fuji C200 35mm Film is a great budget colour negative film. It is super flexible and easy to use. Fujifilm C200 will work equally well outdoors in daylight or indoors with flash. Similar to Fuji Superia 400, but at a lower price. A perfect cheap 35mm film.

You will get excellent colour reproduction and sharpness with Fujicolor C200.  This is a film with reasonably fine grain. It will also give you good quality in the highlights and plenty of detail in the shadows. Great for skin tones. Thus, a perfect choice for a natural look with portraits or group shots. Ideal for sunny days. This film will work best with flash indoors or at night.

As a 200 ISO film, you will get excellent image quality for the price. Recommended!

 

Cheap 35mm Film

Alongside Kodak Colorplus 200, this is one of the cheapest 35mm you can buy. As with all Fuji films, it is slightly cooler and more contrasty than the Kodak budget equivalent. If you shoot Fuji Superia 400, you will certainly like Fuji C200 35mm. It has a similar look, but at 200 ISO isn’t quite as versatile. But, who can argue with it at that price? If you’re looking for a cheap film, you can’t go wrong with C200.

 

Film Review

We shot a roll of Fuji C200 35mm in Montreal. Check out our C200 Film Review to see the results and find out what we thought of this budget film. Also, explore the rest of our Film Reviews, they will give you a good guide to the different looks you can get with all the emulsions that are out there.

 

Guide To Film Photography

And, if you’re new to analogue photography, check out our Beginners Guide to Film Photography. It’s a great starting point when you first get into shooting film and should help you get to grips with some of the essentials. It will help you choose a film and explain the basics of film speed and format. And if even get you started thinking about developing your own film.

Additional information

Brand

Film Development

C41

Film Exposures

24

Film Format

Film Sensitivity

Film Type

Negative

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