February 26, 2020

Kodak Ultramax 400 vs Fuji Superia Xtra 400 vs Lomo CN400 | FILM SHOWDOWN!



Today we’re going to compare the three most popular (and affordable) 35mm colored films. We’re comparing side-by-side the Fujicolor Superia Xtra 400 vs the Lomography CN400 vs the Kodak Ultramax 400!

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Cameras Used:
Canon EOS 1N:

Lens Used:
Canon 50mm f1.8 STM:

Film Used:
Fuji:
Kodak:
Lomography:

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25 thoughts on “Kodak Ultramax 400 vs Fuji Superia Xtra 400 vs Lomo CN400 | FILM SHOWDOWN!

  1. [OUTRO CORRECTION]

    Hey guys Derald here, in the outro I mixed it up. Fuji was more magenta surprisingly. The results from this roll are contrary to the usual green tint of Fuji. Not sure if this is because of the scanning or because the photos were shot indoor. We need to make a follow-up vid on this.

  2. I have the mixed feeling about the Lomography 800. Some photos look good kinda openness, but others showing the random weird casts all over the place.

  3. Enjoyed the video, overall i preferred the results from the Ultramax, however the Lomo gave some good images too, i particularly like the one at 3:44, i think the colours in the windows are very good. Good model too, is she professional?

  4. Scanner!

    There is actually no "right from the negative", not in scanning and also not in darkroom printing. Enlarging in the darkroom might interpret the negative differently, but there are also some RGB settings to be set. Everything "direct" is only relying on "auto" or "default".

  5. Could you do a video on how you work w/models? Topics I'm interested in learning are—how to direct poses, expressions, outfits to wear—everything. Thank you!

  6. Your methods could be more scientific.
    1 The daylight can change brightness direction and color through the window from shot to shot… especially with that much time between shots
    2 The cameras could have variances in their shutter speeds
    3 Shooting handheld instead of using a tripod could introduce variables

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