AF3-008E
COLOR NEGATIVE FILMS
[CA]
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FEATURES AND USES
FILM SIZES, PRODUCTION NUMBER
AND BASE MATERIAL
FUJICOLOR SUPERIA 200 [CA] is a daylight color
negative film with an ISO speed rating of 200.
This film yields the best results when used in conjunction with FUJICOLOR papers.
Production
Number
Sizes
Rolls ¥ 135 ........ 12, 24 and 36 exp.
Features
Results
¥ Color Reproduction
of Great Vividness
¥ Great vividness across
the entire spectrum,
including vibrant reds,
blues and yellows
¥ Accurate Color
Reproduction
¥ Enhanced realism in the
reproduction of difficultto-create colors,
including violet and
various greens
¥ Improved Sharpness
¥ Sharp depiction of all
aspects of the subject,
from overall form to
textural details
¥ Fine Skin Tone
Reproduction
¥ Beautiful, natural skin
tone rendition
¥ Excellent Grain
Quality
¥ Fine grain for a mediumspeed film, providing
consistently high image quality even in
enlargements
¥ Excellent Exposure
Suitability even
under Fluorescent
Lighting
¥ Accurate color reproduction even under
fluorescent lights
NOTE The current product will continue to be marketed in
the 110 size.
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Light Source
¥ 110 ........ 12 and 24 exp.
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EXPOSURE GUIDE AND EXPOSURE
UNDER VARIOUS LIGHT CONDITIONS
Use an exposure meter for exposure determination.
If a meter is not available, refer to the following table.
Daylight Exposure Guide Table
Seashore
or Snow
Cloudy
Hazy
Scenes Bright
Light
Conditions Under Sunlight Sunlight Bright
Bright
Sun
Lens
Aperture
Shutter
Speed
(sec.)
¥
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f/16
Speed
Filter
Daylight
ISO 200/24°
None
Tungsten Lamps
(3200K)
ISO 50/18°*
LBB-12**
(or Kodak No. 80A)
* Indicates the effective speed resulting from designated
filter use.
** Fuji Light Balancing Filter
f/16
f/11
f/8
Cloudy
Day or
Open
Shade
f/5.6
1/250
1/500
The foregoing settings are for 2 hours after sunrise and 2
hours before sunset.
Provide lens openings 1/2 stop smaller during the summer
and 1/2 stop larger during the winter.
Excessively bright (or dark) or backlighted subjects may require plus or minus 1 stop lens opening adjustments.
Low Light Exposure Guide Table
Fine
Weather
Light
Daytime
Conditions
Indoor
Scenes
SPEED
951 and above
Base Material ..................... Cellulose Triacetate
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It requires no color-compensating filters when used
under daylight conditions or with an electronic flash.
F51 and above
Lens
Aperture
Shutter
Speed
(sec.)
NOTE
Indoor
Scenes
(under
Fluorescent Light)
Stage or
Show
Scenes
Evening
Scenes
f/2.8 to 4
1/30
Since light intensities for indoor and night scenes
vary widely from location to location, the data above
should be used only as a guide.
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FUJIFILM DATA SHEET ¥ FUJICOLOR SUPERIA 200
Daylight
Even when exposed under morning or evening twilight
conditions or when color temperatures are low, no
special filter use is needed color balancing will be done
during printing.
Electronic Flash
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Electronic flash produces light similar to daylight,
so filters are not needed. However, the possibility
of undesirable effects on color balance, due to
various factors (differences in equipment, amount
of use, etc.) should be taken into consideration
and test exposure made.
If shutter speeds slower than 1/60 second are
used, light from non-flash sources, such as room
lighting, may cause color imbalances. Make test
exposures.
The use of a flash meter is advisable, but the following formula can also be used to obtain satisfactory lens opening.
ISO 200 Electronic Flash Guide Number
Lens
Aperture =
Electronic Flash-to-Subject Distance
(f-number)
(meters or feet)
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Set the film speed at ISO 200. Since the amount
of light reflected onto subjects from surrounding
surfaces will differ with the conditions, refer to the
flash unit instructions.
Daylight Photoflood/Photo-Reflector Lamps
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Daylight-type photoflood or photo-reflector lamp
output tends to be lower than that indicated by an
exposure meter, so it is advisable to compensate
for this by increasing exposure time or the lens
opening. Whenever possible, test exposures are
recommended.
Other factors requiring consideration when determining the exposure time, are lamp configuration,
use duration and line voltage, as they may affect
lamp output and color balance.
Fluorescent Lamps & High-Intensity Discharge
Lamps
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For best results, the following combinations of
color compensating filters are recommended.
However, for exacting work, test exposures are
advisable.
High-intensity
Discharge
Lamp Type Day- Cool
Warm Deluxe Clear
White
light White
White White Mer(W)
(D) (CW)
(W.W) Mercury cury
Color
40M
30C
Compensat- 10M
—
10C +30M +10C +40Y
+10Y
ing Filters*
Fluorescent
Exposure
+1/3
Corrections**
—
+1/3
+1/3
+1
+1 1/3
* Fuji Color Compensating Filters (or Kodack CC Filters)
** Exposure Correction values include filter exposure factors.
These values are added to unfiltered exposure meter readings. "+" followed by number = required increase in lens
opening.
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When the fluorescent lamp characteristics are unknown, to obtain generally acceptable results, use
a 30M compensating filter and open the lens one
stop (+1).
NOTE
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Different compensation may be required according to special lamp types and length of use, so test
exposures are recommended, whenever possible.
Shutter speeds of 1/125 second for high-intensity
discharge lamps and 1/30 second or larger, for
fluorescent lamps, will avoid AC power-induced
changes in brightness and color being recorded on
the film.
Tungsten Lamps
Fuji Light Balancing Filter LBB-12 (or Kodak No. 80A) is
recommended along with a 2 lens stop increase, when
using 3200 K tungsten lighting.
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LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
The conditions of umbrellas, reflectors, diffusers and
like devices, may influence photographic light quality.
Periodically check lighting equipment for deterioration.
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LONG EXPOSURE COMPENSATION
No exposure or color balance compensation is required
for exposures within a 1/4000 to 2 second shutter
speed range. However, for exposures of 4 seconds or
longer, provide the compensations indicated below.
Exposure Time (sec)
1/4000 - 2
Exposure Corrections* Unnecessary
4
16
+1/3 +2/3
64
+1
* "+" followed by number = required increase in lens opening.
Except for special effects, the normal intensity ratio for
main-to-fill subject lighting should remain within 1:4
limits.
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FUJICOLOR SUPERIA 200 ¥ FUJIFILM DATA SHEET
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FILM HANDLING
Expose film before the expiration date indicated
on the film package and process promptly after exposure.
When loading and unloading roll film, avoid direct
sunlight. If there is no shade, turning one's back
toward the sun will shade the film.
Camera-loaded film should be exposed and processed immediately.
X-ray equipment, used to inspect carry-on baggage at airport terminals, can cause film fogging.
Repeated inspections increase this possibility, so
both exposed and unexposed films should be removed for manual inspection.
Film fogging may occur near X-ray equipment
used in hospitals, factories, laboratories and other
locations. Always keep film away from possible
sources of radiation.
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FILM STORAGE
Unprocessed Film
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Storing exposed or unexposed film under high
temperature and humidity conditions will cause
adverse speed, color balance and physical property changes. Store film under the following conditions.
 ¼ Ordinary Storage: Protect from heat.
 ¼ Long-term Storage: Below 0°C (32°F)
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Building materials, finishes used on newly-manufactured furniture and bonding agents may produce gases which affect photographic film. Do
not store film, lightproof boxes of film, loaded
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cameras or film holders under these conditions.
Before use, allow films to stand at room-temperature over 1 hour. Opening the package/box while
film is cold may cause harmful condensation.
Processed Film
Exposure to light, high temperature and humidity can
cause color changes in processed films. Therefore,
place such films in sleeves and store in dark, dry, cool
and well ventilated locations under the following conditions.
 ¼ General Storage:
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25°C (77°F) at 30 to 60% RH
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 ¼ Long-term Storage:
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10°C (50°F) at 30 to 50% RH
NOTE
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As with all color dyes, those used in this film will
discolor or fade with time.
PROCESSING
This film is intended for processing in Fujifilm Processes CN-16, CN-16Q, CN-16FA, CN-16L, CN-16S or
Kodak Process C-41.
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JUDGING EXPOSURE RESULT
SUPERIA 200 exposure result can be accurately predicted by using an electronic densitometer equipped
with Status M filters. An 18% gray card, receiving the
same illumination as the subject, when read through
the RED filter should render density readings between
0.97 and 1.16 (for exposures under recommended
lighting and with optimal film processing).
FILM STRUCTURE
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FUJIFILM DATA SHEET ¥ FUJICOLOR SUPERIA 200
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DIFFUSE RMS GRANULARITY VALUE
................. 4
Micro-Densitometer Measurement Aperture: 48 µm in diameter
Magnification: 12X
Sample Density: 1.0 above minimum density
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RESOLVING POWER
Chart Contrast
Chart Contrast
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1.6 : 1 ................. 50 lines/mm
1000 : 1 ................. 125 lines/mm
CHARACTERISTIC CURVES
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SPECTRAL SENSITIVITY CURVES
* Sensitivity equals the reciprocal of the exposure
(ergs/cm²) required to produce a specified density.
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MTF CURVE
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SPECTRAL DYE DENSITY CURVES
The foregoing data is published on the
basis of 135 size materials.
NOTICE The data herein published were derived from materials taken from
general production runs. However, as Fujifilm is constantly upgrading the quality
of its products, changes in specifications may occur without notice.
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FUJI PHOTO FILM CO., LTD.
26-30, Nishiazabu 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-8620, Japan
Ref. No. AF3-008E (EIGI-98.10-HB•8-3➋) Printed in Japan