So…. I did a film test recently that begs the question: is Fuji Neopan 400CN really just rebranded Ilford XP2 Super? This is my opinion, but it sure looks like it to me! Both films are best at EI 200 and have a very usable range from EI 50-640.
Look at the histogram- they are virtually identical! So very close, shot only a few minutes apart, any difference is attributable to the changing light outside. Hey- I still like XP2 Super… and it’s nice to know that when in the UK or Japan the 400CN is a go-to option as well.
Viva la Revolution- Stephen
I am heading to the Cotswolds (UK) in just over a week and running one last set of tests over the next few days…. looking at chromogenic B&W films (and converted Portra 400) compared to traditional B&W films processed in Pyro 510 (stand development)… all for the purposes of scanning.
PS- and yes that is Fuji Neopan 400CN… very hard to get here in the USA as it is not imported… made by Ilford for Fuji, based on XP2 Super but it is a different film made to Fuji Specs… time will tell.
I love this…. I ordered two!
Viva la Revolution- Steve
And the Results are… Drum Roll Please…
How To: https://figitalrevolution.com/2016/03/01/freezing-fuji-fp-100c-instant-film/
I also did shoot all the remaining film and EVERY single sheet was perfect!
No leaking anywhere!
Have a great weekend and Viva la Revolution!
We have been asking for it for several years and now…. Fuji Instax B&W film.
The post only mentions the Mini version but I suspect a Wide Instax will be close behind!