is lucky film any good?

Discussion in 'Black and White' started by mikeivnitsky, Apr 3, 2005.

  1. in terms of grain sharpness etc.
  3. If you're lucky.
  4. I bought some of the first film to reach the UK. I was concerned about its apparent 'thinness', i.e. it looked as if it had no anti-halation layer. The results were OK but its rendering of highlights was unsubtle. Otherwise its performance is commensurate with its price. I would recommend it to my students as a film to pracitce with.

    I have heard that current production is improved.

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