Fujifilm Fujicolor Pro 400H Color Negative Film ISO 400, 35mm Size, 36 Exposure,

Fujifilm

About Fujifilm 400H Daylight Film

Pro 400H brings smooth, natural skin tones and neutral gray balance to the ISO 400- speed range. It is ideal for portrait work, as well as indoor or outdoor location photography, particularly in limited light.

Note: With the launch of Fujifilm's "Fujicolor Pro" film line, Fujifilm has renamed its high-speed color negative films. The current NPH 400 will become Fujicolor Pro 400H

The Fujifilm 400H Daylight Film is commonly used for Action shots, Home, Photojournalism, Travel, Weddings and more.The Fujifilm 400H Daylight Film is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Photo enthusiast among others.The Fujifilm 400H Daylight Film is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Fujifilm 400H Daylight Film: Accurate, Consistent, Good tonal range, Reproduces well and Scans well

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Accurate (21),Good tonal range (20),Consistent (19),Reproduces well (17),Scans well (16)
Best Uses:
Photojournalism (14),Travel (13),Action shots (12),Home (8),Sports photography (7),Artwork (6),Weddings (6),Office (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (6),Pro photographer (6),Enthusiast (4),Professional (4),Semi-pro photographer (3)

Fujifilm 400H Daylight Film Features

  • Excellent Neutral Skin Tones
  • Rich Gradation
  • Unbiased Gray Balance

Fujifilm 400H Daylight Film Reviews

Review Snapshot®

 
4.7

(based on 26 reviews)

97%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great film!

This film is one of the best ISO400 print films I've ever used. This film is reputed to be a great wedding film, and that reputation is definitely not undeserved. If you're looking for a film that'll perform well in low light without going uber grainy on you, this is it. Even on the shots where I slightly overexposed it (a stop to a stop and a half), it was quite forgiving (no blown out highlights, no unusable film grains)... The film is designed to reproduce skin tones especially well, and...

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This film is one of the best ISO400 print films I've ever used. This film is reputed to be a great wedding film, and that reputation is definitely not undeserved. If you're looking for a film that'll perform well in low light without going uber grainy on you, this is it. Even on the shots where I slightly overexposed it (a stop to a stop and a half), it was quite forgiving (no blown out highlights, no unusable film grains)... The film is designed to reproduce skin tones especially well, and that's what it's best suited to do.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Moved to kodak looking for more color

Looking for more color I have moved to Kodak and happier

Reviewed by 26 customers

 
5.0

Love this color film!

By

from North Carolina  -  Pro Photographer

I love the colors in this film for portrait photography or anything for that matter, Skin tones are amazing, colors are real to life and there is very minimal grain even for 35mm. I like to overexpose my 400h by one stop and just love it so much. Film is still king!

 
4.0

good solid film

By

from Aventura, Fl.  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Finally processed this roll. Excellent color rendition, Used at the Balloon Festival in Albaquerque Did very well in low light also.

 
4.0

Solid product

By

from NY  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use for outdoor photography. True & saturated color; good skin tones. The sealing tape at the end of the roll is very easy to use (better than Kodak).

 
4.0

No complaints

By

from NYC  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Gave me exactly what I was looking for, which is a solid exposure for me to play with in post. Truthfully, even before the days of digital editing, I still played a lot with my film in the darkroom, so I don't buy film for much more than ISO, color temperature, & color choice. cheers, d. -- www.NYCeveryday.com

 
4.0

Good substitute for Portra 400VC

By

from Trimble, TN  -  Photo Enthusiast

Seems like it's a lot more saturated and less grainy than Superia X-tra 400. If you are missing Portra 400VC, then give this a try.

 
5.0

Fine high speed film

By

from Phoenix, AZ  -  Pro Photographer

Superb high speed color negative film - ideal for hand-held medium format shooting.

 
5.0

I will buy this film again

By

from e.freetown,mass.  -  Photo Enthusiast

1st time using this flim, will be film of choice from now on, great & consistent color.

 
5.0

Great stuff

By

from Pahrump,NV  -  Pro Photographer

I have been a pro. photographer for more years than most of the readers have been around so I guess that makes me a expert(??).For many years I used a well known American brand but swiched to fujifilm when the American brand became less than desireable for my use. Fujifilm, in my opinion is the best.

 
5.0

Great product

By

from Gardena, CA  -  Casual Photographer

I use it for photo class at school and my teacher (who taught at both UCLA and Otis) specifically told us to use this film saying its good with being versatile in different settings and produces great color photos. So far, so good. No complaints at all.

(0 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Moved to kodak looking for more color

By

from Springfield, MO  -  Photo Enthusiast

Looking for more color I have moved to Kodak and happier

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
GEOFF B  Great color balance with 400H and extreme exposure latitude. I love the way this stuff renders reds and greens. The best word would be "juicy". But not overly saturated at all.
Thomas B  Has anyone shot this against the new Kodak Portra 400? Or has experiences with both films? What are the pros and cons of each emulsion?
ROBB E  Unfortunately, I never shot Kodak Portra 400. Before using the Fuji, I used Kodak HD 400. I found the Fuji superior to the Kodak HD 400 in saturation & grain. Hope this helps.
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