All-round color slide film for every outdoor shooting situation: snapshots, landscapes, and portraits. Fine grain, brilliant and natural colors.
FUJICHROME Sensia 100 [RA] is an ISO 100 high-image- quality daylight color reversal film. Features of this film include beautiful skin tones, natural
I like this film a lot. My introduction to silde film was with Sensia 100, and when I got the results back I wondered why I didn't switch to trannies years before. Used it on the Great Ocean Road in Austalia recently and it really captured the intense sunsets & coastal areas acurately. Some images almost had a 3D aspect when viewed with light box.
his is a great all-around film and it is very cheap (compared to the others). However, I do not recommend it when the blue colour is dominant/important. Blue usually comes washed and displeasing, because this slide likes yellow a lot. Also with the rolls I have shot, I rate it ISO 120, because it tends to overexpose a bit on I100 - not so with other slides.
Great film! The
Colors I get are amazing. I'll never shoot print film again. I always wanted to know how some photographers get the colors they do, and now I can do the same. The sharpness and color that this film delivers surprises me again and again. I just got back from my cruise in Alaska, and it was overcast the entire time in Alaska, but I we did sail out of Vancouver on a sunny day and I simply can't believe how this film captures the blue sky... so deep and saturated.
This is the first roll of slide film I ever shot, and I was amazed at the color saturation and crisp grain for Fuji's general purpose, non-professional slide film. I have since shot Kodak's Elite 100 and have not found really many appreciable differences. This film is not as high-performance as Provia 100F and can't touch the grain-less quality of Velvia, but it is a good general slide film to use. I've tried all the slide films that come in "yellow boxes" and would go back to Fuji as a first choice every time. My wife will shoot Sensia and get good results even though she is much more proficient with print films. As a "workhorse" film for general outdoor use (mostly scenics and wildlife) this film will perform well, though a more discriminating user will most likely prefer Fuji Provia.
Natural, true-to-life color
Accurate coloration, from delicate pastels to vibrant primary colors.
The ideal choice when detail is the priority.
Almost 3-dimensional depth -- superb for slideshows.