Rolleiflex 3.5 A with Fujicolor PRO 400H film

This short blog article is a small collection of Fujicolour PRO 400H C-41 medium-format film photographs, shot on a Rolleiflex model 3.5 K4A from 1951.

The Rolleiflex TLR is my favourite 120 format camera design. I previously used a Hasselblad and 80 mm lens for the better part of three years. My Rolleiflex 3.5 A features a 75 mm f/3.5 Zeiss Tessar lens, capable of capturing great colours and contrast, in a compact form factor.

Pro 400H is a Fujicolor-produced C-41 film with fine grain, and excellent colours in a wide range of lighting conditions. The highlights and shadows of PRO 400H exhibit a great amount of dynamic range, and even underexposed images exhibit great detail and an iconic ‘look’.

My Fujicolour PRO 400H film was developed by Halide Supply in Melbourne, Australia, and scanned on their Frontier SP3000.


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Bryce Wilson is a photographer, filmmaker, and freelance photojournalist from Melbourne, Australia.

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Bryce Wilson

Photographer, filmmaker, and freelance photojournalist at bryce.photography
Bryce Wilson is a photographer, filmmaker, and freelance photojournalist from Melbourne, Australia. His work has been focused on providing coverage and reporting from the war in Ukraine's Donbas region since 2015.
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