Maxx Colour 200 , 18ex Colour Print Film
Maxx Colour 18ex Colour Print Film is a high-quality, single-use colour print film that is perfect for capturing everyday moments. It features a fine-grain emulsion that produces sharp, detailed images with vibrant colours. The film is also easy to use, making it a great choice for beginners and experienced photographers alike.
- Fine-grain emulsion for sharp, detailed images
- Vibrant colours
- Easy to use
- Capture everyday moments in stunning detail
- Create beautiful, colourful prints
- Enjoy the convenience of a single-use film
- Everyday photography
- ISO speed: 200
- Film type: Colour print
- Emulsion: Fine-grain
- Formats: 35mm
- 35mm film cartridge
- $14.95 per cartridge
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5 reasons why Film is better than Digital
- Aesthetic Qualities: Film photography is often praised for its distinctive look and aesthetic qualities. Different film stocks have their own unique color rendition, tonal range, and grain structure, which some photographers find more pleasing or nostalgic compared to the clean and precise look of digital images. Film can lend a certain character and mood to the photographs.
- Tangible Experience: Working with film involves a more tactile and hands-on process. From loading the film into the camera to developing and printing the images, it offers a physical connection to the art form. Some photographers enjoy the anticipation and surprise of waiting for the film to be developed, and the craftsmanship involved in the darkroom process.
- Slowing Down: Shooting with film often requires more careful consideration of each shot due to the limitations of the film roll, including the finite number of exposures and the cost of film and processing. This can lead to a more deliberate approach, encouraging photographers to be more thoughtful in their composition and technique.
- Dynamic Range: Film has a different way of capturing highlights and shadows compared to digital sensors. Some photographers argue that film can handle high contrast scenes better, preserving details in both the brightest and darkest areas without significant loss of information.
- Longevity and Archival Quality: High-quality film negatives can last for decades if stored properly, providing a reliable archival medium. Some photographers prefer film for preserving their work over time, as digital storage formats and technologies can become obsolete or suffer from degradation.