FUJIFILM FP-3000B Professional Instant Black & White Film (10 Exposures, Expires 12/2011)

FUJIFILM FP-3000B Professional Instant Black & White Film (10 Exposures, Expires 12/2011)

FUJIFILM FP-3000B Professional Instant Black & White Film (10 Exposures, Expires 12/2011)

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  • ISO 3000
  • 3.25 x 4.25" Image Size
  • Glossy Finish

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This is a 10 sheet box of FP-3000B Professional Instant Black & White Film from Fujifilm. It is a high-quality, fine grained, sharp, instant black-and-white film. Its ISO rating of 3000 makes it perfect for low-light scenarios.

Rich gradation and exceptional resolution
Stability and quality you can count on
Significantly enhanced film handling efficiency saves precious time
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FUJIFILM 15200772 specs

Type 3.25 x 4.25" professional black and white print pack film
Speed ISO 3000
Applications High-speed instant film for low light sitautions
Process Peel-apart type
Color Saturation Not Applicable
Grain Fine
Sharpness Exceptional
Exposure Latitude Narrow
Push/Pull Not Specified by Manufacturer

FUJIFILM 15200772 reviews

FP-3000B Professional Instant Black & White Film (10 Exposures, Expires 12/2011) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 106.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Props to FUJI ... I shot 4 packs of this film with nice results. This film behaves very similar to Polaroid 667 when used with a Polaroid Land camera. It works best indoors and out when the lighting is indirect. Bright sunlit shots took me a while to get the hang of, as the film did not quite respond the same as 667. Be very careful as the pull-tabs rip easier than Polaroid pull-tabs. In addition, the film starts to muck up the rollers around photo #7. In 3 of the 4 packs I shot, photo 10 was not usable as it got stuck inside the rollers.
Date published: 2008-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent ever since the demise of polaroid in early feb. 2008 I have noticed the steady increase in price of fuji instant film, but because it has no competition that is to be expected. at $ it's still a bargain. It's technically better i.e. less grain and better tonal range than the old school polaroid emulsion. you can shoot in any lighting condition and it looks very similar to the fuji 100 iso at this small of a print size. I shoot this in my poloroid 250 and 180 and the results are great. I'm so happy they continue to make this product. One negative of this film is that it consistently has ruined the 10th frame either half or less is not exposed. I believe that the packing on the last 10 packs I purchased to be slightly defective.
Date published: 2008-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best instant film ever... ...Also the only instant film for peel-apart cameras, but nevermind that. FP-3000 has a wonderful high-contrast appearance and develops in 15 seconds. Has self-terminating chemistry, so you can't overdevelop it (which also means you won't have to find expensive batteries to power the film timer in your old Polaroid camera). All the gratification of digital immediacy with all the saturation and depth of film. Sad that Polaroid stopped making this film format, but Fuji's replacement is a vast improvement. Their companion, FP-100b is better suited for bright daylight conditions, but with an ND filter, 3000 is my go-to film for everything. It meters very closely to ISO3200, so shoot accordingly.
Date published: 2010-06-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I wish there were more choices Fuji's color packfilm is excellent. I don't understand why the black and white is so difficult. Basically, anything brighter than middle gray comes out beautifully (example: a vase of flowers on a light tablecloth). Anything middle gray or darker comes out black, with no shadow detail whatsoever. This means flash fill is always necessary for portraits, even outdoors. On the plus side, the 3000 setting on old Polaroid cameras sets the aperature extremely small, which gives gorgeous depth of field!
Date published: 2009-07-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Coolest thing since Sliced Bread! How much fun is this! I recently purchased a vintage Polaroid Big Swinger 3000 I thought finding film for it would be difficult, but B & H has it and it is so reasonably priced! the product is wonderful bc it gives you that true retro feel in the images produced. I feel like I am looking at my grandmothers photo album and my clients love being able to take a fun commemorative image home with them from their photo shoot! No cons from me- it is everything I expected and so much more! I am even going to use it at one of my weddings for a photo booth idea! I highly recommend the fun this film has produced to everyone!
Date published: 2010-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this product! I absolutely adore this product. Thank goodness it's available. I have no idea why Polaroid thought it would be a good thing to close their doors...Fuji is smart to stay in the game...too, it would be nice if Fuji would produce a film similar to Polaroid 665. What that is, is that you get the instant image, but you have a NEGATIVE attached as well. This enables you to scan, print, etc.
Date published: 2008-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice film! I tried this film in my old Polaroid pack film cameras (Automatic 100, 360, 450 and ProPack) since Polaroid does not make 100-type film anymore. This film offers better contrast than the original type 667 while keeping a nice tonal range, even with flash. It's also only 15-second process time, instead of 45 with the 667. The only issue I had was with the physical properties of the medium: the photos are slightly thicker than the original Polaroid, and getting through the rollers of some cameras can be a challenge, especially for the first 2 or 3 photos out of a new pack. The tabs can tear and we have to pull the pictures by opening the camera back, which causes fogging.
Date published: 2011-04-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Task specific, sharp, fast I have only shot one pack of this film. I had difficulty getting the first few photos to feed through the rollers on my Land 450 so I lost three shots. I shot some landscapes in late day/early evening light. I had trouble with the shadows blocking up and the sky blowing out. I do not believe it is very forgiving with exposure latitude and subject is critical for maximum benefit with this film. The film is sharp and fast so it may be perfect for you depending on the application. It may work for you if you need faster shutter speeds, shooting in low light or need great depth of field. I have to agree with another review I read, although the Fuji pack films are technically superior, accurate, sharp films they lack the soul of the Polaroid films. Keep in mind I like expired Polaroid and all it's quirky results. I like doing lifts on art papers. I am curious to see how the negative scans since they look interesting.
Date published: 2009-09-19
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