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Hi, I'm looking for a good quality film that won't cost me too much that I can get in the UK (I'm not sure how films differ from the US, maybe they don't .....). I noticed that the Fuji Superia is fairly reasonably priced, but is it as good as the Kodak Gold Ultra films? Thanks for any advice, Rich...

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    Default A good 35mm film?

    Hi, I'm looking for a good quality film that won't cost me too much that I
    can get in the UK (I'm not sure how films differ from the US, maybe they
    don't .....). I noticed that the Fuji Superia is fairly reasonably priced,
    but is it as good as the Kodak Gold Ultra films?
    Thanks for any advice,
    Rich


    Rich Guest

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    Default Re: A good 35mm film?

    Hi

    I always use the Fuji Film, I like the colors that it gives me, I don´t like
    Kodak, can´t really tell why, I just feel that I get better results with the
    Fuji films.....

    For normal photo (family and friends) I use Fuji Superia, when shooting
    sports or a low light conditions (or if I don´t wan´t to use a flash I use a
    Fujipress 400 or 800

    Thats my favorites...

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    "Rich" <richardsrgardner.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message
    news:bf1gp1$c9c$1news6.svr.pol.co.uk...
    > Hi, I'm looking for a good quality film that won't cost me too much that I
    > can get in the UK (I'm not sure how films differ from the US, maybe they
    > don't .....). I noticed that the Fuji Superia is fairly reasonably priced,
    > but is it as good as the Kodak Gold Ultra films?
    > Thanks for any advice,
    > Rich
    >
    >

    René Ernst Nielsen Guest

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    Default Re: A good 35mm film?

    Fuji film , in my opinion, is the best available, especially their slide
    film, but its false economy to skimp on film because of price, don't buy it
    cos its cheap , buy it cos its good, you buy cheap film , you get cheap
    film.

    Now, having said all that, If you want good film cheap, then go to
    [url]http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/default.php?cPath=777[/url] , you can get your
    top line fuji film for at least half price, delivered direct to your door.
    They are based in Guernsey, thats why they can supply it at such low prices
    apparently.

    Brian......................



    "Rich" <richardsrgardner.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message
    news:bf1gp1$c9c$1news6.svr.pol.co.uk...
    > Hi, I'm looking for a good quality film that won't cost me too much that I
    > can get in the UK (I'm not sure how films differ from the US, maybe they
    > don't .....). I noticed that the Fuji Superia is fairly reasonably priced,
    > but is it as good as the Kodak Gold Ultra films?
    > Thanks for any advice,
    > Rich
    >
    >

    Brian Guest

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    Default Re: A good 35mm film?

    Fuji make the best films, Kodak are very overrated but seem to be the market
    leader, konica are good quality films, most own brand films are Agfa or
    imation, agfa being the better of the two (tesco value films are made by
    imation and should be avoided), boots films are as far as I know the only
    own brand film made by fuji and are cheaper that high street shops fuji
    films.

    If you want them cheap buy by mail order as it is about half price
    (7dayshop.com are quite good)


    "Rich" <richardsrgardner.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message
    news:bf1gp1$c9c$1news6.svr.pol.co.uk...
    > Hi, I'm looking for a good quality film that won't cost me too much that I
    > can get in the UK (I'm not sure how films differ from the US, maybe they
    > don't .....). I noticed that the Fuji Superia is fairly reasonably priced,
    > but is it as good as the Kodak Gold Ultra films?
    > Thanks for any advice,
    > Rich
    >
    >

    Neil Guest

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