Fujifilm Neopan Acros 35mm Film: 3-Pack - EXPIRED
A rare triple-pack of Acros 35mm, imported specially from Asia to fill the gap while we wait patiently for Acros II to launch!
A great emulsion for general use and long exposures, thanks to its low reciprocity sensitivity. A true professional film that delivers strong contrast and consistent images.
NB: expiry date for these packs is October 2019. We bought them from a reputable dealer who knows how to protect film - so I wouldn't expect any issues - but full disclosure so you know what you're buying!
Sample shots (c) Bezalel Ben-Chaim
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 Neopan Acros 3-Pack Film 35mm B&W ISO 100 today and dive back into the fun of 35mm film photography!
Awesome film, i pushed to 400, so gave a lovely contrast to the shoot in failing light. Shot on my leica M6 on 35mm Summicron F2
I was looking for a film to give me a punchy contrast and after using the fuji simulation for acros I knew this film would be a perfect match to my M3. When I scanned the images I couldn't believe the depth, it's the mono film i've been looking for since I switched to film.
Writing a review of Acros feels a bit like writing a obituary: as you probably know if you're the kind of person who goes online to read film reviews, Acros was discontinued in 2018, a decision which induced levels of angst and despair in the film photography community not seen since 2009 when the same fate befell Kodachrome 64. (But in the case of Acros there's a happy ending, read to the end!)
I discovered Acros when it was already too late. I'm not someone who obsesses over minute differences between the "look" you get from different film types. But as a regular on various Facebook film photography groups, I have found the "Acros" look is immediately recognisable. I'll be scrolling through my feed, suddenly see a photo and think "This looks like Acros!" and when I check the caption, 4 out of 5 times I am right.
At some point I felt I had to try it for myself, so I coughed up the cash and bought a not-yet-expired roll, and the results were every bit as good as I expected. Low grain, great contrast and sumptuously smooth tones create a look that is absolutely unique, and one that – even as a relatively tightfisted photographer – I am willing to, at least occasionally, pay a premium for. I personally haven't used it for long exposures, but the film is great for that too, because of its near-legendary ultra-low levels of reciprocity failure.
Like everyone else, I'm delighted that Fuji is bringing it back in the form of Acros II. Now all we can do is wait for it to hit the stores, and hope that it's as good as its predecessor.
Excellent service from a company offering a great range of different films. Just loaded a roll of Acros and am looking forward to the results.