Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros Black & White Film ISO 100, 120 Size

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About Fujifilm

Medium Speed Black and White Negative Film, Finest Grain Quality ISO 100 Black-and-White Film, Ideal Choice for a Wide Range of Photographic Applications
Neopan 100 Acros is Fujifilm's professional newest addition to its black-and-white family of films. Neopan 100 Acros is medium speed, ultra-high-image quality black-and-white negative film and featuring the world's highest standard in grain quality among ISO 100 films.

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Good tonal range (18),Scans well (17),Accurate (16),Reproduces well (16),Consistent (12),Great value (7),Easy to use (5),Reliable (4),Widely compatible (3)
Best Uses:
Artwork (15),Travel (11),Photojournalism (7),Landscapes (3),Portraits (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Enthusiast (9),Semi-pro photographer (8),Semi pro (5),Professional (4),Photo enthusiast (3)

Fujifilm Features

  • Finest Grain Quality ISO 100 Black-and-White Film
  • Excellent Processing Characteristics
  • Rich Gradation and Outstanding Sharpness
  • Wide Range of Photographic Applications
  • Available in 35mm and 120 Formats

Reviews about this item

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5

(based on 33 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Superb results from scanning negatives

Excellent film for artistic work, and the ability to scan at true reproduction makes this film a real labor saver.

Reviewed by 33 customers

 
5.0

My favorite 100 speed B&W film

By

from Hudson, MA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Can't go wrong with Acors 100!

 
5.0

My go to film

By

from rome Ga  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This is my go to landscape black and white film. I have used other speeds and brands but this is mt favorite. Nice tonal range, contrast and pleasant grain. I scan on an Epson V600 and it scans well. It is also very forgiving when developed.

 
5.0

Extremely fine grain with great detail

By

from Boise, Idaho  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I have been shooting landscapes/seascapes on my Hasselblad with Acros for years and am very happy with the results. I have used TMax 100 as well but the grain in TMax is more prevalent, also TMax loses details in the shadows more so than Acros in my opinion. Acros is the B&W equivalent to Velvia in terms of quality. If you are looking for a wide latitude exposure range, extremely fine grain, sharpness then this is the film to shoot with. On the other hand if you are looking for that vintage grainy portrait look that so many photojournalist used in the 60's then go with Tri-X or Tmax.

 
5.0

A favorite

By

from Plymouth MA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Acros is my studio standard for a beautiful range of tones with natural light or strobe.

 
5.0

Superb film!

By

from Maine  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I use it for scenics and people(informal portraits) using available light. Its tonal range fits my photographic needs perfectly.

 
5.0

great film

By

from sonoma,ca  -  Pro Photographer

i use this film for pinhole work. lack of reciprocity makes exposures relatively short and easy to calculate. responds well to zone system compression or expansion with excellent tonality and tight grain. scans well...i have tried a wide variety of films, this one is the cats meow.

 
5.0

great film

By

from sonoma, ca  -  Pro Photographer

check out the reciprocity characteristics. this film is linear in its response at shutter speeds useful for film based pinhole work. scans well, and responds nicely to traditional contrast filtration.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wonderful Reciprocity

By

from Fort Collins, CO  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Great reciprocity characteristics. (no correction until 2 min. 1/2 stop correction out to ~15 min, which is a very long time to wait for an exposure.) This is probably the best film available for long exposures. And I like the spool having an extra hold for the punch in the film tongue. Its these lesser things that show that Fuji is making products for artists and not for tech sheets. Supposedly as good of resolution as TMax100. Which is saying a lot.

 
5.0

Wonderful film and a great deal!!

By

from Maine  -  Semi Pro

I love this film! It is a pleasure to use due to Fuji's fancy reels that lock the paper end into place and the little pull tabs to open it up to develop. I haven't done much experimenting with pushing/pulling but it seems to be that it would push fairly well due to using too much agitation on my first roll and getting slightly overexposed negatives. Oops! The grain is incredibly tight and the tones are beautiful. I'm really looking forward to experimenting with this film.

 
5.0

Tight grain, nice gradation

By

from Johnson City TN  -  Professional

Great tone, the best of the current crop

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
STEPHANIE A  Husband wanted it.
Shopper  hi can i use this with a mamiya msx?
ROBERT K  No, the MSX is a 35mm camera, using 135 Cartridge Film, not 120 Roll Film.
Chuck W W  Hi can I use Acufine Developer and developing time would be in the range of PlusX or Ilford 125 Asa film ? Chuck
LES M  I have not used Acufine, but Diafine comes close, and I rated Acros 100 at ISO 200. Diafine has set times for development - 3 minutes in each of the two developers, A & B. It seems to me that you would be safe treating Acros 100 as you would Plus-X or Ilford FP4.
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