Thursday, April 8, 2010
Monochrome FP-100B is no slouch
Even without a decent negative to reclaim, the black and white packfilm made by Fuji labeled FP-100B and FP-100B45 are quite respectable. The original I have here is nearly luminous, not well represented on the screen or scanned, but with some work it might have been.
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The sharpness is fairly good as well, and you can easily tell it is sensitive to reds, and less so to blues by comparing it with the color digi in the adjacent post.
Speaking of negatives, unlike the Fuji FP-100C below and its fine negative, the FP-100B isn't really a negative at all! More like some weirdly toned half positive with colors and all kinds of things going on. Look at this and see.
Posted by Bob Crowley at 1:53 PM