Is the Agfa film camera good?

Is the Agfa film camera good?

It is a good general-purpose film, with a full range of smooth tones. There was plenty of detail in the images, despite the plastic lens. Considering this camera only has one setting, the film handled the exposures incredibly well. All the images on the roll came out evenly.

Is Agfa Vista discontinued?

Agfa Vista 100 film was discontinued in the mid-2000s, but the ISO 200 and 400 had managed to survive until now. You may still be able to find the film in stock at select online retailers such as Camera Film Photo, so you may want to hoard some rolls before it’s only being sold at a high markup by resellers.

What is Agfa Vista?

The AgfaPhoto Vista plus 400 Color Negative Film is a high-speed daylight-balanced film that incorporates the New Super Uniform Fine Grain Technology to achieve high image quality when printed on traditional papers.

Is Agfa a good camera brand?

But that doesn’t mean that the Agfa Ambi Silette isn’t a worthy camera. It’s a very excellent camera. It looks great, functions beautifully, and earns a certain cachet from its existence outside of the mainstream. More important, it can make really excellent images.

Who makes Agfa?

Agfa-Gevaert N.V.
Agfa-Gevaert N.V. (Agfa) is a Belgian-German multinational corporation that develops, manufactures, and distributes analogue and digital imaging products, software, and systems. The company has three divisions.

What is Agfa Vista plus 200 film?

Agfa Vista Plus 200 shares one attribute with Kodak’s Colorplus and Gold films if you’re using it for street photography, and a couple of differences. Unfortunately, one of those differences means I probably won’t shoot another roll of it before it’s gone for good. As with the ColorPlus, the ISO 200 rating gives you more speed than ISO 100 stocks.

What happened to the Agfa Vista film?

That company pulled out of consumer film in 2005, and today only makes film for aerial photography under a business-to-business model. Then what the heck is the Agfa Vista? After 2005 Agfaphoto film was produced by Ferrania in Italy, before they went under.

Is my AgfaPhoto film Fujicolor 200?

A quick check on this very helpful website, which identifies your film based on its DX code, tells you this AgfaPhoto film is likely Fujicolor 200. This has been the case since around 2013. For the eight years previous to that, the film packaged as Agfa Vista 200 – without the Plus – was made by the Italian company Ferrania.

How many speed rolls does Vista 200 come in?

It’s available in 200 and 400 speed rolls, and as a slide film called CTprecisa. And all of that’s about as exciting as a Tuesday night in middle-Canada, in February. My relationship with Vista 200 began during a trip to Europe, where it was far and away the most accessible film.