Fujifilm FP-3000B Instant Black & White Print Film, ISO 3200, 3-1/4x4-1/4", Pack of Ten (10)


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About Fujifilm FP-3000B

The Fujifilm instant black and white film series FP-100B / FP-3000B is a "peel-apart" panchromatic material. Emulsion types available include FP-100B EI 100 and FP-3000B High Speed EI 3200.
• The FP-100B and FP-3000B series is designed for cameras and other photographic equipment that accept instant film packs yielding 3.25 x 4.25 images. Emulsion types available include FP-100B EI 100 and FP-3000B High Speed EI 3200. This film can be used for scientific applications, ID photos and image preview.

• This film REQUIRES a #405 Pack Film Back

The Fujifilm FP-3000B is commonly used for Action shots, Artwork, Home, Travel and more.The Fujifilm FP-3000B is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual photographer, Photo enthusiast, Semi-pro photographer among others.The Fujifilm FP-3000B is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Fujifilm FP-3000B: Accurate, Consistent, Good tonal range, Reproduces well and Scans well

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Consistent (17),Accurate (16),Good tonal range (14),Reproduces well (9),Scans well (8)
Best Uses:
Artwork (9),Home (8),Action shots (5),Travel (5),Photojournalism (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (10),Casual photographer (5),Semi-pro photographer (5)

Fujifilm FP-3000B Features

  • Rich gradation and fine grain.
  • For daylight and tungsten light source exposures.
  • Convenient 30 second development (FP-100B) and 15 second development (FP-300B).
  • Outstanding film handling characteristics.
  • Wide range of professional applications.
  • Available in 3.5 x 4.25 and 4 x 5 formats 10 sheet packs.

Fujifilm FP-3000B Reviews

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Most Liked Positive Review


Favorite Film

I use this for portraiture, still lives and general photography. The speed is a huge advantage for me, but regardless of that it just makes the prettiest photos, ever. This is MY film. Breathtaking, with just enough grain and lovely tonality. Deep blacks, hot whites. A bit too fast for some subjects, but for 90% of my uses this is it. Wouldn't be a bad idea to carry some 100B with you for that last 10% of photos.

Reviewed by 24 customers


Great Film. Sorry its no longer made


from Columbia, MD  -  Photo Enthusiast

Buy it while you can. I use it in a Polaroid 430 Land Camera to photograph my son's baseball team


Nothing compares!


from Hampton Roads, VA  -  Casual Photographer

Love this film in my polaroid land camera. It's a shame it's being discontinued. If you find it, buy it up!!


soon to be extinct


from Chicago IL  -  Photo Enthusiast

Not as great as the FP-100B but it was the only game in town and soon that game will be smaller. It is a very sharp product, a little cold but great.


Universal love for this instant film


from Detroit, MI  -  Photo Enthusiast

Combined with my Polaroid Land camera, this film rejuvenated my enthusiasm for photography. Everyone who has seen the prints I've taken with this film adore them for the "analog" feeling they present. Also enjoy saving the negatives, which often turn out just as interesting as the prints.


Get it while you can


from new york  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I love FP-3000B. The film is unfortunately being discontinued by Fuji. It's a real shame, because film this versatile doesn't exist anywhere else for instant photography. I have taken shots in dimly lit areas and got amazing results from it. It's perfect for portrait photography and with the right camera that can hold pack film, you can get superb sharpness, clarity and definition. I normally rate this film at ISO 5000 for a perfect exposure.


Instant Black and White, Going forever


from Stafford, VA  -  Photo Enthusiast

There is no comparable product, this is the last instant peel-apart film for all the classic Polaroids. I'm really sorry to learn that Fuji is discontinuing it at the end of the year. ISO 3000 is great for available light shooting with the slow Polaroid lenses. Adorama was the only retailer who held the line on price, and they are still the best. Everyone else capitalized on panic buying.


Wonderfull product that needs to survive


from Eugene, OR  -  Semi-pro Photographer

For one the only fresh black and white instant film left, besides Impossible's crystalizing formula, the only speed of it's kind and the best well formulated instant film available.


Great film, need better packaging!


from Scottsdale, AZ  -  Photo Enthusiast

This is really nice film and I hope Fuji changes their mind about discontinuing it. I would give it 5 stars but Adorama sent my packs of film in a bubble envelope instead of a box, and a couple packs got squeezed. This is not good enough. Buy this film, but make sure your film is packed with care!!!


BEST Ever Black & White Film


from Chico, Ca  -  Pro Photographer

I absolutely adore Fuji 3000b and am so very sad that Fuji will be discontinuing this incredible film at the end of 2014 :( In the mean time I will be trying to stock up as there is nothing else like it.


Awesome Film !!


from Lake Orion, MI  -  Photo Enthusiast

Flashback to the old school past with this outstanding B&W product. LOVE IT! Fantastic Adorama customer service, too!!!


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ANDREW R  wonderful black and white film with tremendous light sensitivity.
Victor L  Can this film be used with a Hasselblad 100 magazine for Polaroid??
BRANKO A  Not sure I bought 3-4 wrong films before I found the right one for my graflex It's a shoot and a miss out there with these backs and films Needs hands on trying, don't trust te sales person in this case
Megan H  Will this film work with a Polaroid Land Camera 800?
MATTHEW M  Afraid not. There will never be film for a polaroid 800. However, you can have it converted to accept this film - Brad Pitt has one!
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