Agfa Vista was a brand of color negative film produced by Agfa-Gevaert and was popular among photographers during the era when film photography was widely used, particularly in the late 20th century and early 21st century. Known for its vibrant and true-to-life colors, fine grain, and affordability, Agfa Vista was favored by amateur and hobbyist photographers during this period. It offered various ISO speeds, including 100, 200, and 400, providing flexibility for different lighting conditions. Agfa Vista produced sharp and detailed images with balanced color reproduction, making it suitable for a wide range of photographic subjects, from landscapes to portraits. While Agfa-Gevaert discontinued its consumer film production, Agfa Vista may still be available through certain channels, and its legacy continues through rebranded or revived versions.