FUJIFILM Pro400H - Film Review

Pro400H
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4.0 rating
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4.8 rating
TypeC-41 Negative
Brand FUJIFILM
ISO400
Format35mm, 120
Price
$ $ $
Saturation
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Latitude
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GrainFine - Coarse
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When it comes to color negative film, Pro400H, has the best exposure latitude meaning that it can be over exposed often up 3 stops without blowing out the highlights.  This film is known for its cooler look with beautiful magenta and green tones.  It’s great for portraiture and one of the most commonly used films to photograph weddings.  It has mild contrast, fine grain, and very low satiation.  

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Good in all conditions

5.0 rating
October 5, 2020

Nice color without being overly saturated. Nice contrast. Handled bright sunny conditions well but better in even light. I used it for landscapes, nature shots, car shows, and some portraits. Very nice overall results. Very low grain.

Jim Donato

Love it. Better than Portra 400 for me.

5.0 rating
January 31, 2020

Skin tones are spot on. Everything looks natural. I haven’t had that luck with Portra.

Bryan Birks

Great for outdoor scenes

4.0 rating
January 31, 2020

Really lovely film to work with when there are lots of blues and greens. Skin tones can be problematic though. Overall a nice film with a desaturated palette.

Paul Petch.