Film Simulation Reviews

Fujifilm X100F Blog

I have created many different film simulation recipes that you can program into your Fujifilm camera to mimic the look of different films and aesthetics. It can be difficult to know when to use each. I’m creating a series of articles called Film Simulation Reviews, which you’ll find below, that demonstrate different film simulation recipes used in various situations. Hopefully this is helpful to you, especially if you are unsure of which ones to use when.

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7 comments

  1. Walter Thomson · March 26

    it seems every time I try a new recipe it becomes my “go to” recipe. Thank you for all the work you do here. In looking at my film archives I see that I used Kodak E100 VS a lot when it was out. Any chance of a recipe for that film for the X-T3 and/or X-T4? Thanks again. Love the Dramatic Classic Chrome and Kodachrome 64 and the…..

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    • Ritchie Roesch · March 29

      I desperately need an Ektachrome E100VS recipe! I used that film a lot many years ago. Thanks for the kind words and encouragement!

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  2. Collin · August 20

    New fuji user here. This site is really fascinating. Thank you!

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  3. Daniel · October 21

    Hi there! I was wondering if you may have tried to emulate the Fujichrome T64 stock or what may be the closest settings for an X100V. I feel like I’m close but I’m not sure.

    Current settings are:
    Film: classic negative (I tried chrome but it didn’t seem to fit)
    Grain: strong, small
    Chrome effect: strong
    Chrome blue: strong
    WB: 2500K, R +9, B +9
    DR: 100
    Tone Curve: H +4, S +2
    Color: +4
    Sharpness: +1
    Noise Reduction: -4
    Clarity: -3

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    • Ritchie Roesch · October 21

      I haven’t tried it, but this sounds interesting. I’ll take a look. Thank you for sharing!

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  4. Daniel Sim · October 22

    No problem! I’ve never shot the actual film stock, I’m just going off of what I see in other people’s shots and trying my best to understand what Fuji has for its datasheet.

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