dubblefilm DAILY color is a fantastic iso 400 27 exposure film. Designed to be part of your daily routine - flexible, simple and giving great results.
Neutral, clean tones and perfect for any shooting condition!
Please note: the Daily range is not DX coded so electric cameras will rate it at 100 speed. However it has been tested thoroughly at ISO 100 and thanks to the latitude of the film the results are really good.
Also called Dubblefilm Daily colour film
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Interesting film. i bought it out of curiosity, but ended up really liking it. Colours seem like they're very accurate, but just ever so gently muted. Except the reds! Boy does this film liek the reds! Put a proper red in front of this and it has a depth that is really stark and bold. I really liket that contrast against the other colours this film gives. Really nice and highly reccomend. One big issue for me though, is the 27 exposures. For the price, i want 36 and lets be honest, who wants 27 exposures these days anyway?
Lovely film, great colours, well priced. Would recommend and would buy it again. I’ve used it for my Olympus trip 35, pretty much for everything during my little holiday.
I’m completely new with film photography but this seemed like a good ‘basic’ film to start with and try out. The colours look quite natural but I’m still very pleased with the results.
Like some of the other reviews here have said, at least under sunny conditions, this is a great looking film. Great colours, good detail, surprisngly fine grain for a 400 ISO film (at least to my uncultured eye). My main gripe is that at 27 exposures per roll this ends up as one of the more expensive colour films on a frame-by-frame basis and so isn't something I'd want to shoot regularly (although given the current state of the colour film market, I'll take what I can get!).