Rollei CrossBird Slide - 120 Film
Crossbird è un meraviglioso film diapositive che Rollei ha realizzato per un duplice scopo. Lo raccomandano come film speciale creativa cross-process: questo significa che lo riprendi in situazioni che avranno un bell'aspetto con verdi brillanti e cambi di colore `` ultraterreni '', quindi elaboralo in colori negativi C-41 invece che con diapositiva E6 chimica per ottenere risultati brillanti e stravaganti.
Oppure si può sparare 'dritto' come un film di diapositive, elaborarlo in E6, e beneficiare di elevato dettaglio e fedeltà dei colori della pellicola per diapositive.
Tocca a voi :-)
In ogni caso, essendo una delle diapositive di medio formato più convenienti sul mercato, vale sicuramente la pena provare!
Disponibile anche inFormato film 35 mm
Quando acquisti la tua film fotografica da noi, possiamo spedirla in tutto il Regno Unito, Europa, Stati Uniti, Nuova Zelanda, Australia e Canada, altri paesi in programma a breve! Quindi acquista la film diapositive Rollei Crossbird 120 oggi e tuffati nel divertimento della fotografia su film di medio formato!y!
The colours in this film are beautifully rich. I've used it a few times and have always been happy or pleasantly surprised with the results. I would recommend this film to beginners, or as a great all-rounder!
So I bought five rolls of this expensive film from here, I’m super disappointed with the quality of the film itself. After shooting it in two different medium format cameras it seems all the film has been exposed to some sort of light source. Whether it be from a customs x-ray machine (which is what I suspect) or poor quality from the manufacturer it’s not worth the money. Both rolls were developed c-41 and shot at iso 200. Both rolls had some sort of light leak at the beginning of the roll. Here’s some examples so you can see for yourselves. Not worth the price tag. I know it’s not my cameras because I’ve never had this issue with any other film types.
So I bought this as a straight E6 film hoping it would rival my current favourite (Provia 100) at a lower price point. Sadly it doesn't.
I took this roll out on my walks recently and shot it on overcase days as well as sunny days. And it fares much better in bright sunshine which also kinda defeats the 200 ISO. Overcast weather leaves the images looking muddy and the greens don't look very nice at all, appearing like someone went a bit mad with the hue & vibrance sliders in Lightroom.
I did get some nice images though - pretty much anything without green in it. But overall it's quite grainy compared to other slide film. And to notice it on 120 is surprising. Not sure how it would look on 35mm!
Perhaps the intent here is to deliberately shoot it and process in C41, but it seems expensive for that and I think that Lomo have a better handle on colour shifted films that are meant to be developed in C41 and are cheaper.
I may try one more roll in sunshine only to see how it fares, but it's an expensive experiment for me so I'll probably just stick to Provia.
(Pentax 645n & Dev'd at AG)