Wipes the floor with the Japanese brand on home turf. I shot four or five rolls of 220 Reala and 160 VC Portra over the weekend, and the results from the Kodak just killed the Fuji product. I am not any kind of pro, but like to shoot. I shot everything with a Pentax 645. The Fuji, developed by the Fuji lab is printed digitally, and (you have no other option) must have a white border around the print. The Kodak is printed traditionally, by their own lab, and has no border. It was very easy to tell the difference. Suffice to say that I will not be using any Fuji print film from now on in Tokyo. The Reala colors were oversaturated, the prints were blown out, and digital artefacts readily apparent from the printing process. I have become a complete convert to Kodak, and this comes from a Fuji man as well. I have always happily shot Fuji, but not any more, at least when it comes to making 120 color prints. I will try and scan the results to share later.