Fuji Provia 100F 4x5" 20 Sheets.
Professional-quality, medium-speed, daylight-type colour reversal film with ultrafine grain (RMS : 8), designed to provide medium colour saturation and contrast compared to other films in the 100F series.
Suited to a wide range of applications, such as product, landscape, nature and fashion photography as well as portraiture.
Provides ideal colour saturation and contrast, making it suitable for all types of subject matter, along with minimal variation in performance even in long exposures and the ability to be push-processed up to +2 stops with excellent results.
Fuji Film Provia 100F Features:
• Super-fine Grain
Finely detailed image formation for large-size enlargements and other work requiring high-magnification as a result of the finest grain among ISO 100 colour reversal films.
• Vivid and Faithful Colour Reproduction
Extremely satisfying colour depiction, providing the most brilliant primaries without sacrificing the delicate pastels, for wide-ranging application.
• Rich Tone Reproduction
Smooth gradation reproduction with superb depth, thanks to bias-free, brilliant highlights and excellent highlight-to-shadow gradation linearity.
• Improved Reciprocity Characteristics
Increased resistance to loss in film speed and colour balance during long exposures, as well as consistently accurate multiple-exposure performance.
• Excellent Push-/Pull-processing
Outstanding tolerance to exposure and density compensation during processing, within -1/2 stop to +2 stops, resulting in minimal variations colour balance and gradation.
• E-6 / CR-56* / C6R** Processing
As with other FUJICHROME film, worldwide processing available using E-6 / CR-56 / C6R chemicals.
Fuji Film Provia 100F Specifications:
Film size: 4 x 5" Sheets.
Note * CR-56 is Fujifilm processing system equivalent to E-6 processing. ** C6R is Fuji / Hunt processing system equivalent to E-6 processing. 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.