Fujifilm Fujichrome Provia RDP III 100F Color Slide Film ISO 100, 35mm Size, 36 Exposure, RDP-36, Transparency, U.S.A

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About Fujifilm

A new generation of daylight-type color reversal film offering the finest grain of any color reversal emulsion now available. Ideal for a wide range of professional applications, from product photography and landscapes to portraits and fashion work.

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Accurate (24),Consistent (21),Reliable tonal range (18),Scans well (15),Reproduces well (14),Good tonal range (4)
Best Uses:
Travel (15),Artwork (11),Photojournalism (11),Action shots (5),Photography (4),Sports photography (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (9),Enthusiast (6),Professional (6),Semi-pro photographer (5),Pro photographer (3)

Fujifilm Features

  • Super-Fine Sigma-Crystal Technology
  • Micro-Grain Solubility Control Technology
    @@ Preserves optimal grain characteristics
  • Unprecedented Granularity of 8
    @@ Finer details and bigger enlargements than ever before
  • Superb Push-Processing Characteristics
    @@ Remarkably consistent color and tone at pushes of up to +2 stops
  • Standard E-6 Processing
  • Available in 35 mm, 120, 220, Sheet and Quickload Formats

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
4.8

(based on 31 reviews)

96%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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    (26)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

I've been using Fuji Provia 100.

I've been using Provia for 7 years now. As long as I can get this film I will not switch to Digital. The color saturation and fine grain caters well to the subjects I photograph. It also scans very well on My Nikon Coolscan V ED.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Comparison to Kodak Ektachrome E100G

We photographed exactly the same landscapes with both Fujichrome Provia 100F and Kodak Ektachrome E100G, on the same day and timeframe, and used the same development lab at the same time for both films. Kodak E100G results are clearly better that Fujichrome. Colors are true with Kodak. Fujichrome is both too lightly colored, and has clearly washed-out sky color. Grain is a little better on Provia 100F compare to E100G. But, that is not the detail that is dominant in these photos. Both films a...

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We photographed exactly the same landscapes with both Fujichrome Provia 100F and Kodak Ektachrome E100G, on the same day and timeframe, and used the same development lab at the same time for both films. Kodak E100G results are clearly better that Fujichrome. Colors are true with Kodak. Fujichrome is both too lightly colored, and has clearly washed-out sky color. Grain is a little better on Provia 100F compare to E100G. But, that is not the detail that is dominant in these photos. Both films are good enough in grain size. I just have to tell you the live view of the scenery we photographed was reproduced better by Kodak Ektachrome E100G, based upon three people who were there and reviewed the results of both developed films.

Reviewed by 31 customers

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best of a dying breed

By

from Dallas, TX

The best slide film still available in 35mm format, as far as I am concerned. I was a diehard Kodachrome nut, but am actually happier with the colors this film produces. Not as blue/green shifted as Velvia. Only bad things are it keeps getting more expensive, and one of these days Fuji is going to stop making it!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best Film Around

By

from Miami, FL  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I'm young photographer in my 20s and needless to say that since the first day I started shooting it was with a digital camera. I'm still shooting with a digital camera but now I'm also shooting slides my main subject is airplanes and the Fuji Provia 100F serves the purpose like no other. I've tried different film types still available on the market and this is the ones that comes closest to the best colors. In my opinion the Fuji Provia 100F is the best film on the market now.

 
5.0

Awesome film--great scans too

By

from Houston, Tx  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Use for 35mm and 120, often with 81A filter. Not too much contrast or grain.

 
5.0

Better than Kodachrome

By

from Roselle, il  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use Provia to photograph trains. When I heard Kodachrome was no longer going to be available I was at first disapointed, but after using Fuji Provia I have been pleased with the results and now wish I had made the change sooner. I think that Provia actually gives better color than Kodachrome.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Vivid colors and nice tones!

By

from Bristow, VA  -  Photo Enthusiast

I used this positive transparency film with my View-master stereo camera while on vacation this summer. Using my luna pro light meter, I was able to get near perfect exposures with recreated natural vivid colors and nice tonal qualities. I would recommend this film for any outdoor nature photos.

 
5.0

you can't do better for 100 and color

By

from ny  -  Semi-pro Photographer

used for travel, charter boat fishing

 
5.0

Best slide film currently made

By

from Tigard, OR  -  Pro Photographer

since the end of Kodachrome, the only real quality slide film left.

 
5.0

Still Using Color Slide Film!

By

from Lansing, MI  -  Photo Enthusiast

good ASA speed for many indoor and outdoor situations

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

VERYYY HAPPY!!!!!

By

from massachusetts  -  Casual Photographer

my hobby is shooting 3d slides. great film, sharp, super saturation. A++++++

 
4.0

Fuji Slide Mailer

By

from Michigan  -  Photo Enthusiast

Need to find out what parcel mailing costs.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
SHANE N  as a back-up for people shots. does fine for portraits, but did not try to see its color range.
DALE M  who does processing/mounting of slides for this film?
PATRICK V  We have been very pleased wit Holland Photo in Austin, Texas. They are simply a Pro Lab, period. They take mail order work from all over the country, and you receive your slides mounted like normal. If they don't arive as fast as you expected, you can call them toll free, and they will trace your order in house.
Shopper  The film box that I received says color reversal film, is that the same as color slides? I am hoping I didn't buy color negative film by mistake
TOM B  I too noticed that it says reversal film, which seems confusing. It definitely is slide film. I have been using it since the disappearance of Kodachrome and have been satisfied wit\h the results. I wish I had changed sooner as I think it gives better results than Kodachrome did in its last years.
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