Please note: there are persistent online rumours that Fujifilm have discontinued the Superia film stock and are selling off final volumes. While this has not been confirmed by Fujifilm or our industry contacts, there has definitely been a dramatic change in availability and price over the past 6 months. As it's such a well-loved film I thought it worth letting you know the very latest info we have - and I'll update this as we learn more! - Paul
Superia 400 is a classic Fuji 35mm film that faithfully reproduces colours and skin tones in low-light while colour-balanced for flash - this is an excellent general use emulsion.
One to have on back-up at all times!
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evant to analogue photography for many years to come.
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Sample shots (c) Vadim Timoshkin
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A good all-rounder, fine-grain film stock with great colours. A little pricey, and similar to Ultramax
Great everyday film, no particular wow-factor for me but nice colours all the same.
Its been out of stock a lot lately but it seems to be popping up again in various retailers which is good to see, because its my favourite and a good all-rounder, slightly cool, slightly grainy, and excels in poor weather conditions when it will pull colour and tone into your pictures, though its not a fan of being under exposed. You'll get muddy shadow detail in those cases. Strong greens, as it typical of Fuji, which is a nice contrast to Kodak's warmer tones, but reds also punch through hard.
If I could only use 1 colour film for the rest of my life, this would be it. Great colours (leaning towards cooler tones / greens), attractive grain and versatile at ISO 400 speed, what's not to like? It's a real shame that the future of this film stock is in question and hopefully Fuji will come to their senses and commit to keeping it alive (or at least sell the formula to someone else who could do so).
One of the best films for spring/summertime. The colours are vivid, perfect for skin tones and nature. If you want stunning images, shoot it in nature. Highlights the beauty of outdoors.