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Professional-quality, medium-speed, daylight-type reversal film with ultrafine grain, designed to produce high-contrast images with the highest saturation among 100F series films. Incorporates new cyan, magenta and yellow couplers.
Suited to a variety of uses such as landscape, nature, commercial, food, and interior applications.
Provides ultrahigh-saturation and unsurpassed hue fidelity, along with the ability to reproduce purples, greens and other subtle with a fidelity not found in previous films, as well as good light source compatibility, resulting in minimal tinging under mixed light sources or fluorescent lighting. Can be push-processed up to +2 stops with excellent results and little photographic variation.
- ISO 100 Speed
ISO speed rating of 100 for wide applicability, as well as the world's highest level of saturation and an RMS granularity of 8.
- Color Reproduction with Ultra-high Color Saturation
New cyan, magenta, and yellow couplers providing the world's highest saturation levels.
- World's Highest Level of Color Fidelity
World's highest level of fidelity thanks to newly developed technologies, enabling the reproduction of subtle beyond the capability of past films, including cyan blue, blue green, yellow green, lemon yellow, purple, and moss green.
- Super-fine Grain
RMS granularity of 8, one of the finest levels equivalent to that of PROVIA 100F.
- Improved Color Image Stability
New couplers incorporated for sharply improved image stability (anti-fading characteristics) compared with existing reversal films.
- Excellent Push-/Pull-processing Suitability
Push-/Pull-processing from -1/2 stop up to +1 stop with minimal changes in balance and gradation, and even up to +2 stops (E.I.400), depending on the subject, allowing easy and precise correction of exposure and density, and providing support for a wide range of shooting situations.
For more information, click on the PDF Spec Sheet at the top of the screen.
RMS stands for “Root Mean Square”, a widely used standard method for measuring the degree of grain in photographic film. The lower the RMS number, the smaller the apparent grain.