Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros Black & White Film ISO 100, 35mm Size, 36 Exposure

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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

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Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
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Consistent (4),Accurate (3)
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Artwork (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 6 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

The best B&W film I have ever used

I began getting seriously back into B&W photography about two years ago. Since then I've used numerous products from Ilford, Kodak, and Fuji. This film has, on every occasion, blown me away with with its quality. On a recent museum trip I had Acros in my camera, and because flash was prohibited, I had to underexpose by about 2 stops to be able to handhold the camera. I won't lie and say the pictures were perfect, but the amount of shadow detail it retained was remarkable. Try it!

Reviewed by 6 customers

 
5.0

Consistent fine grain film

By

from Stratford, CT  -  Pro Photographer

I use this for landscapes, nature and abstracts. I find it to be a consistent film with great latitude in exposure.

 
5.0

Great

By

from DAvis, CA  -  Photo Enthusiast

I-m using it in my vintage Pentax. Perfect for working in the lab.

 
5.0

great price. great film

By

from Austin, TX  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Great 100 speed film. Has nearly no reciprocity failure so it is even great in low light. I.get nearly no grain very sharp results in either xtol or pyrocat hd. The creator of pyrocat hd claims that on 120 film he gets results comparable to 4x5 film!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Crisp b&w film

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from New Jersey  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I love this film - it gives great tonality and the contrast is crisp. Prints really pop. One of the best B&W films I've tried, and the best at this ISO.

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The new state-of-art film in B&W.

By

from Plano, TX  -  Semi Pro

Without doubt, the best B&W film for IQ for lower ISO values between 60 to 200. Long and smooth gradation, highlights well defined, shadow detail (dependent on the developer and shooting ISO) well preserved. Compatible with almost any developer, my recommendation use D76 1:1 for silvery grey tonalities and excellent sharpness and finest grains. With any dilution of Rodinal works perfectly, razor sharpness, grain size still in the very fine range. If pushed to 200, don't dilute D76 or better use Diafine. When carefully processed your 35mm prints/scans would exhibit a quality unique to this fim if you keep ISO 100 or below.

(12 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The best B&W film I have ever used

By

from Cedar Rapids, Iowa  -  Professional

I began getting seriously back into B&W photography about two years ago. Since then I've used numerous products from Ilford, Kodak, and Fuji. This film has, on every occasion, blown me away with with its quality. On a recent museum trip I had Acros in my camera, and because flash was prohibited, I had to underexpose by about 2 stops to be able to handhold the camera. I won't lie and say the pictures were perfect, but the amount of shadow detail it retained was remarkable. Try it!

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STEPHANIE A  Husband wanted it.
janet h  When does the film expire?
DEREK P  It should be marked on the packaging. Keep film cool and dry.
GARY J  I guess I did not make my self clear. what I need to know is the film speed of 100 acros when processed in diafine developer?
WAYNE P  Yes it is. The film stays constant throughout. Great film and the details are superb. Hope this helps
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