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What Film Do you hav in your Camera?

Discussion in 'Everything Film' started by AJUK, Sep 22, 2005.

  1. AJUK

    AJUK Well-Known Member

    THis is the inportant question.

    In my OM-10 I have Ilford XP2 my OM-30 has Superia 100 and me XA2 (where ever it is :D) Has that roll of Konica film AP gave away in it.
  2. Fluke

    Fluke Well-Known Member

    Why is this the important question?

    Kodak Tri-X 400, which I process myself and have become quite fond of recently.

  3. Benchista

    Benchista Which Tyler

    In my RX, Velvia 100; in my EOS 3, Velvia 100F; in the EOS 1V, Provia 100F; in the Rollei 3.5F, SF-X; in the Rollei 2.8F, Scala; in the Rollei T, Velvia; in the Rollei SL35E, Porst 200; in the EOS 5, Pan F; in the OM1n, Superia 400; in the Voigtlander Bessa R2, Reala; in the EOS 10, E-IR; in an EOS 600, High Speed InfraRed.
  4. ncmoody

    ncmoody Well-Known Member

    In my E-300 I have a PQI 1Gb card and in my Exilim a Kingston 512Mb. Each of which have a capacity of about 250 shots ! :D
  5. TimF

    TimF With as stony a stare as ever Lord Reith could hav

    I don't have a fixed type of film in any particular camera.
  6. Benchista

    Benchista Which Tyler

    I used to. I used to keep Velvia in the EOS 5, Provia 400 in the EOS 100, HP5 in the EOS 10 and infra-red in the 600, back in my all-film days - these days I tend to just pick up a camera I fancy using and load it with a film I fancy using - hence the melange described earlier.
  7. FujiSigmaNolta

    FujiSigmaNolta Well-Known Member

    Hi there!

    I favour Provia400F, it is an excellent film with fine grain for its speed and it's very flexible (very good push and pull capabilities), but I also like Kodachrome64, Sensia100/200/400 (got good results pushing this one to 800),TMax3200 (Ilove this one too), Superia 400/1600 (I once had a Superia 1600 that it's grain was eeriely clean, I think I had a good batch I'll post a pic since I finally managed to get some space for online pics with my ISP). With black and white films the list could go on and on, but I kind of took a liking to using Kodak 400CN lately (apart from the TMax3200).

    Back to colour, I have seen the results from Velvia 50 but I haven't used it myself as yet but I'll be running to the shops for the last batches, it is going to cease production.

    I am not brand loyal but Fuji has always impressed me.


  8. FujiSigmaNolta

    FujiSigmaNolta Well-Known Member

    Here's a photo from that eerie Superia 1600 film batch. I think it may have been due to the colours of the subject on this photo that the grain was pretty much subdued...this is the cleanest from the batch...If I recall exposure was 1/15s at F11

    Image replaced by link as way too big - Moderator.


  9. snapperlondon

    snapperlondon Well-Known Member

    Ricoh GR1 - Ilford Delta 3200 (would normally be Tri-X)
    Nikon FM2n - Kodak Tri-X
    Rolleiflex 3.5F - Kodak Tri-X
    Voigtlander Bessa I - Kodak Tri-X

    Yes, I know there is a theme developing there...I also use Kodak Portra VC and Fuji Reala for colour work, but most of the time I shoot colour on my Nikon D100!
  10. AJUK

    AJUK Well-Known Member

    So you need 250 shots to take a good picture, Sorry Could not resist it, Like I have said before when Quaintity is a must I use my digital camera.

    Niether do I I'm just asking what you have in your camera now.
  11. taxor

    taxor Well-Known Member

    In the F5 - HP5, in the C330f - HP5, in the Yashica GTN - HP5.
  12. ncmoody

    ncmoody Well-Known Member

    There are some that would say 250 shots is not enough for me to get a good picture. :D
  13. pachinkofan

    pachinkofan Well-Known Member

    Personally, as I've got two Yashica 230AF bodies, I have black and white [c41 process] film in one, and slide film in the other [I think it's Agfa, just whatever's going on offer online at the time]

    I'm starting to work my way through to a specific brand of b&w and slide film, but it'll be a while before I 'settle' on the ones I like.

    In the meantime it'll stay the same, b&w in one, [colour] slide film in the other...


    Yashica 230 AF, lenses: 400mm, 28-80, 28, 50, 70-210...
  14. David_J_Colbran

    David_J_Colbran Well-Known Member

    Ilford Delta 100 at the moment
  15. Done_rundleCams

    Done_rundleCams AP Forum Ambassador to Canada

    Truth be told, I don't know :D but if I had to guess if it is colour, either Fuji 200 or 400 Superia, or if it is B&W, it would have to be Kodak BWC.

    And, FWIW, the camera is an AsahiFlex IIb from 1952 and the film was probably loaded in there sometime in the summer of 2002 :eek: because I picked up my Digi Compact in Sept 2002 ;).


  16. AJUK

    AJUK Well-Known Member

    IS that film camera bad? Not sure how you can replace anything film with a Digi P&S *hides*
  17. Steve_Bell

    Steve_Bell Well-Known Member

    Mamiya C220 loaded with Ilford Delta 100 120, nothing in the Toyo 45A, but film holders loaded with FP4+, HP5+, Velvia 50 and E100VS
  18. PeteE

    PeteE Well-Known Member

    In my Pentax LX outdated Fuji Superia 400 I am using for local press jobs;have another job at 5pm tonight then will cut and process in C41 and scan and send to paper. In my Rollei 3.5 F outdated Fuji NPC 160 I was given, in my Hasselblad 501cm outdated (yr 2000 ) Provia 100 in the 16 back, in the 12 on back outdated Kodak T-max 100 with some pictures of badgers taken at the Minehead Youth Hostel, film not finished yet.
  19. Woolliscroft

    Woolliscroft Well-Known Member

    Oh dear, let's see.

    OM4Ti: Fuji Sensia 400.
    OM4: Ilford Delta 400.
    OM2n: Kodak Pro Elite 400
    OM2n: Agfa Scala.
    OM1n: Fuji Velvia 50.
    OM10: Not loaded.
    Contax 167MT: Kodak Pro Elite 400
    Leica R4: Kodak Pro Elite 400
    Leica IIIa: not loaded.
    Leica MP: Ilford PanF
    Canon GIIIQL17: Kodak Pro Elite 400.
    FED IV: not loaded.
    Voighlander Bessa-R: Kodak Pro Elite 400.
    Mamyia RB67: Kodak Technical Pan.
    Pentax 67II: 220 Kodak Tri-X.

    Hum, anyone detect signs of obsession here :)
  20. AJUK

    AJUK Well-Known Member

    Kodak Technical Pan.


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