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Fujifilm Fujichrome Velvia 100 Color Slide Film ISO 100, 120mm, 5 Roll Pro Pack
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- At ISO 100, Fujichrome Velvia 100 provides a more useful speed for greater flexibility in varied shooting situations.
- PSHC (Pure, Stable & High-Performance Dye-Forming Coupler) technologies
- Based upon the highly regarded ultra-fine grain emulsion technology of Provia 100F, the new Fujichrome Velvia 100 grain structure has been further improved even while maintaining ultra-high color saturation.
- MSSC (Multi-Structured Sigma Crystal) technology
- CEL (Color Extension Layer) technology
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|Item Dimensions||3 x 5.5 x 1 inches|
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Velvia 100 employs new technologies to deliver finer grain and twice the speed while offering the color saturation and palette that have made Velvia 50 the film of choice for leading landscape and nature photographers. The new generation Velvia 100 not only will appeal to photographers demanding the color saturation standard that Velvia 50 created, but will also provide state of the art technology that fits in perfectly with the complete Fujichrome Professional line.
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I actually prefer to work with the Kodak E100G product since it seems to easier to get a decent exposure and I can tweak the saturation a little in post during scanning to emulate very closely the Velvia product. All that being said, when you get a Velvia shot just right nothing else pops so vividly on the light table.
Don't even attempt portraiture....keep Velvia in the bag on that one. I have done portraits in Velvia and then converted to B&W afterwards and they work out nicely since the detail in Velvia is top notch.
I've been to galleries and seen pictures where the artists tell you that it is right out of the camera, and you think it had to be Photoshopped or HDR. With this film, I believe that it may be right out of the camera.
Granted this could be blamed on poor fixing practices of the place I had develop them. Just something to be wary of.
I reordered the film in the 35mm version, received that, and all seemed well.
However, about a month later I was notified that I would be billed for the packs of 120mm film because I hadn't returned all of it. Not true, though. The weight of the returned package shows that I did return all of the 5-packs.
Amazon should be a little more careful in jumping on a customer's back. Read the return weight, and do the proper homework.