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Fuji Professional PRO800Z Film -135-36 (Single Roll) - £2.99 delivered @ 7dayshop
Fuji Professional PRO800Z Film -135-36 (Single Roll) - £2.99 delivered @ 7dayshop

Fuji Professional PRO800Z Film -135-36 (Single Roll) - £2.99 delivered @ 7dayshop

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Bit of a niche deal this one. But I'm sure it will be of use to the traditional type photographer out there. Looks like it could be last chance to stock up. :-(
(Remember, don't use cheap Onkyo film, it will ruin your camera)

Fuji have recently announced that this popular Professional film is no longer available so (being good spirits!) we have purchased the "LAST EVER" UK stocks - Fuji 800 ASA Fuji professional colour print film now replaces Fujicolor NPZ 800. For still higher-speed flexibility, Fujicolor Pro 800Z also incorporates 4th colour layer technology and offers exceptionally high levels of quality under the most demanding lighting conditions. Designed for professional wedding & portrait photography, Pro 800Z delivers natural skin tones, superb colour reproduction and the fine grain performance.

Product Benefits
Very high-speed (ISO 800) daylight-type fine-grain colour negative film with enhanced contrast and colour saturation, excellent gradation balance and exceptional detail.
Fresh, natural skin tone reproduction, even under low-light conditions at a level previously unattainable with ISO 800 films.
Outstanding extended-exposure characteristics up to 64 seconds.
Faithful colour reproduction under a wide range of light sources.

8 Comments

What's wrong with Onkyo film? How does it "ruin" your camers? I've used all sorts of films for years without any problem.

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pet2000

What's wrong with Onkyo film? How does it "ruin" your camers? I've used … What's wrong with Onkyo film? How does it "ruin" your camers? I've used all sorts of films for years without any problem.



Not the expert I'm afraid.

Best ask member LOUGHBORO GUY as he is the expert on all things Onkyo.

Kodak in Poundland - as posted recently.

Banned

What is this "film" did they use it in imageing devices in the past?

I don't think this will catch on

I think the same about computers.

pet2000

What's wrong with Onkyo film? How does it "ruin" your camers? I've used … What's wrong with Onkyo film? How does it "ruin" your camers? I've used all sorts of films for years without any problem.


More HiFi than HiRes I'm afraid!

Do Yamaha make film as well? This Fuji sounds pretty fast!
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