Fujifilm Provia 100F - 120 Film
Our Price: £12.50 GBP100129
A professional medium format slide film from Fuji that aims to faithfully reproduce skin tones and colours for a realistic and authentic photograph. A great 120 film for a wide range of situations and lighting and one of the few professional slide emulsions in existence, it won't let you down.
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Fuji is one of the most famous Japanese global brands - and along with Eastman Kodak - dominated the film photography market for most of the 20th century. However the dawn of digital photography put significant strain on it's operations and it has restructured itself (and part-merged with Xerox) around a more diverse set of industries such as digital press, computer systems, and photocopying services. It's focus on traditional film has waned (giving rise to the nickname "FujiNOTfilm") - discontinuing several lines which has caused understandable upset among loyal users and planning to cut several more. However their creation and innovation of the Fuji Instax system (the most popular instant photography format today) means they will remain relevant to analogue photography for many years to come.
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Sample shots (c) chia ying Yang
Where we ship
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 Provia 100F Film 120 Colour ISO 100 5-pack today and dive back into the fun of 120 film photography!
As a digital to film convert, it has taken some getting used to of the film 'look'. This film for me strikes a happy medium - with its bold colours and sharpness without a hue that is seen with Velvia, this is likely the film that closest resembles a digital image with the vibrance increased a touch. As a slide film, it is great to see the actual film on a light table and the scans don't disappoint. A film that is often not talked too much about but is a solid slide option!
This was my first slide film I've shot and my goodness, it's gorgeous. Colours are vibrant, contrast is great and it's so sharp! If you have E6 developers at home or your go-to lab develops slides definitely try this out, you will not be disappointed!
I've always wanted to try Provia but was put off by the E6 developing (meant buying a new kit).
I gave in and bought 5 rolls and have now fallen in love with the film. I've had more success with this film than any negative and the shots turn out so crisp and clear. I would choose this film over and over again as it's so rewarding.
I love shooting this film in 120 and getting back the huge gorgeous slides to look at - the colours are amazing without going overboard. The detail you can get with this film and a good lens is also stunning. If you're looking for a transparency film for medium format give it a try!
Provia 100F is my first choice when looking to capture landscapes with a more natural palette than Velvia. It is still on the saturated side, but with less exaggerated reds and greens than Velvia. The grain is incredibly fine, becoming essentially invisible in 120 at reasonable enlargements. Like most colour slide films, the latitude is limited; exposures need to be accurate, and use of a spot meter and the zone system can help to ensure that your scene's dynamic range does not exceed that of the film. When the exposure and scene selection are appropriate. however, the results can be astounding. Although slide film is not usually the first medium that comes to mind for portraits, the skin tones are somewhat more natural than Velvia as well. Overall, an excellent film that can produce unmatched results, as long as the photographer works within its capabilities!
The sample image was captured with a Rolleiflex 2.8F, at an ambient temperature of -19 degrees Celsius; evidently the cold isn't an issue for it either.