Fujifilm Instax Wide Film - B&W

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
John F. (Hounslow, GB)
Perfect for: Pinhole/Long-Exposure, Creative/Abstract
Accreditation Handles: John Furlong
A better choice for pinhole images than the colour version

Here's a result from an f/233 pinhole camera in combination with the Lomo Graflok adapter. Exposure was measured with the Pinhole Master app which had been set up for 800 ASA and the reciprocity correction set to ON. The resulting exposure was 5m 24s - Pinhole Master created a log file so the info. is readily available. Some post-processing was used - mainly levels and sharpening and overall I'm pleased with result. I reckon at least 3 or more stops overexposure is necessary to allow for the films' acknowledged reciprocity weakness.

Gavin R. (Forfar, GB)
Perfect for: Beginners, Portraits, Street Photography, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel, Studio work
Hard to nail the exposure, but when it works, boy does it work!

This has a narrower exposure latitude and lower dynamic range than 35mm negative film. I shot these images using a Lomo Instant Wide and I found the exposure a bit hit and miss. While some of that could be blamed on the metering of the camera, the film itself seems quite unforgiving. If you don't mind the £1.40 a shot, you can bracket your images to achieve the best possible results. Speaking personally, I do mind spending £4.20 for a single shot! Even then, the dynamic range of the film might not be sufficient to capture the shadows and highlights of a scene. That said, art is often defined more by its constraints than its capabilities, and there is definitely some potential here for very satisfying photography.

The golden age of instant photography is over so I think you'll struggle to do better than Instax film. I had originally thought of getting a Mint RF70 camera for shooting Instax but now that I have some experience with it, I'm not sure the quality of the film really warrants spending big bucks on a camera to shoot it in. Don't get me wrong, I am enjoying shooting it, but Instax in general can be a bit frustrating.

The monochrome film seems more finnicky than the colour, but the images are more striking when they do turn out. Periodically you get such mind-blowing images it seems worth it. And of course, the feeling of a almost full size print popping out of your camera and developing before your eyes is magic!

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