Fuji's lead black and white 35mm film is making a COMEBACK!! This is Fujifilm Neopan Across 35mm with refreshed artwork but the same fantastic quality of emulsion.
Neopan Acros is a great film for general use and long exposures, thanks to its low reciprocity sensitivity. A true professional film that delivers strong contrast and consistent images, and a firm favourite of pinholers around the world.
The sample shots below are from the original 35mm Acros to give you an idea of what it will deliver - we will update when we get new sample photos.
Sample shots (c) Bezalel Ben-Chaim
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When you buy your camera film from us we can ship it across the UK, Europe, USA, New Zealand, Australia and Canada (more countries planned soon!) So buy your Fuji Neopan Acros II Film 35mm B&W ISO 100 today and dive back into the fun of 35mm film photography!
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Make no mistake, this is a great film, but for me...a bit too expensive for everyday use..I see it as a film for a "special project" rather than daily shooting. I think if)when I shot it again, I'll try it in 120.
I was given a roll of Acros II by my friend Keith as a part of our regular film swaps as I have never used Fuji Acros before, neither the new one or the original. He reckoned I needed to see what the fuss was about. Well, I now know what the fuss is all about and I am happy to agree with the folk who love this film. It's a great 100 speed B&W film with a wide exposure latitude and great tonal range. Will I use it again? I probably will but I will have to save up a bit first. It's twice the price of my favourite Ilford HP5. That's my only gripe with it, it's too expensive for my meager budget.
Fine grain, charming tonality, all in all a very capable film stock in the right hands. I found myself with a much higher % of "keepers" on the two rolls I have shot, and while that is obviously a highly subjective measurement, I think it must count for something!
A clear negative - pun not intended - however is the price. Fuji Across II is certainly not a cheap film and is not something I would recommend to newcomers or those on a budget. Still, as an occasional treat or for those occasions where only the best will do, this film stock is definitely one to consider.
Very beautiful film, very fine grain. Prints very well in the darkroom (great tones and sharpness), more mixed results when scanning. Very expensive now though, so not a general-purpose film, more for special occasions.
Shot at box speed this is an excellent all round film. Pushed to 400 this film excels at street photography and moody portraiture. Just take a look at some of the work of Ted Vieira on YouTube. You'll see what I mean. However, it's expensive and needs to be far more readily available.