It's a remarkable film, with its natural colour balance, very fine grain, and incredible sharpness, and is wonderful for Portraits and scenery alike. It has already been axed in 35mm, but has recently been said to be given the axe in 120 as well.
Such a sad moment to hear of another amazing film being cut from the lineup.
Recently (October, 2012) during the Scott Kelby, World Wide Photowalk, I used a roll of 120 Reala in my Rolleicord V.
There has been no added sharpening to the scan, and the colours have not been corrected. This is pretty much direct from the roll of film how it was taken.
It's such a shame to see this wonderful film disappear. Just like Fuji discontinuing ASTIA, I think that getting rid of Reala is another big mistake. Of course, that's just me, and I don't pretend to know what is in store for Fujifilm. But if they get rid of all their films, then how can they rightly call themselves Fujifilm?
Until next time, keep those shutters firing!
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