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Thread: what film is good for Super 8R print out?

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    Default what film is good for Super 8R print out?

    any suggestion?

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    Something with low grain perhaps?
    The gurus of this could tell you more with regards to what film...
    What occasions are you using it for?
    Outdoor? indoor? With sufficient lighting???

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    anyone ?

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    generally, the lower the speed of the film, the finer the grain. (unless u compare press800 with max400..then nothing to say) the finer the grain, the better quality that can be reproduced on super 8r print (or for any other size)

    depends on yr lighting conditions too. what situation are u gg to be in? maybe if u clarify more pros in the forum can help?

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    would the consumer-grade Fuji Superia (100-400) be good enough? I have heard good things about the film.
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    Ilford Pan F plus is pretty good, at both 50 and pulled to 25. Only thing is, the contrast is quite harsh.

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    what's the difference between 8R and Super 8R?

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    Originally posted by Necroist
    what's the difference between 8R and Super 8R?
    8R is 8X10 while super 8R is 8X12, i think.

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    Originally posted by kh_drew


    8R is 8X10 while super 8R is 8X12, i think.

    andrew
    i prefer 8 x 10 for portraits.......

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    Originally posted by roti


    i prefer 8 x 10 for portraits.......

    wat film did you use?

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    pro 160 or nps

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