AF3-967E
COLOR NEGATIVE FILMS
[CS]
1.
FEATURES AND USES
4.
F UJIC O L O R SUPERIA RE ALA [CS] is a daylight type
color negative film with an IS O spe ed rating of 100.
This film yields the best results w hen prints and enlarge m ents are made on F UJIC O L O R Papers.
EXPOSURE GUIDE AND EXPOSURE
UNDER VARIOUS LIGHT CONDITIONS
Use an exposure m eter for exposure determination.
If a m eter is not available, refer to the follo wing table.
(Shutter spe ed: 1/250 second)
• Superb Granularity
and Sharpness
• Smooth, detailed images
even in enlarge m ents
Seashore
or Sno w
Cloudy
Scenes Bright
Hazy
Light
Conditions Under Sunlight Sunlight Bright
Bright
Sun
• Fourth Sensitized
Layer
• Faithful, natural color
reproduction
Lens
Aperture
• Soft Gradations
• Rich highlight-to-shado w
tone reproduction
!
• Greater Underexposure Latitude
• W ider choice of exposure
!
• Optimum Spectral
Sensitivity Balance
• Superb color reproduction under tungsten,
fluorescent, and other
light sources
Features
Results
• Excellent Results
even under Fluorescent Light
• Minimal loss of color
balance even under
mixed light sources that
include fluorescent light
It requires no color-compensating filters w hen used
under daylight conditions or with an electronic flash.
2.
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Speed
Filter
Daylight
IS O 100/21!
None
Tungsten Lamps
(3200K)
IS O 25/15! *
* Indicates the effective spe ed resulting from designated filter use.
** Fuji Light Balancing Filter
3.
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!
Rolls
• 135 ......... 24 and 36 exp.
J51 and above
f/4
The foregoing settings are for 2 hours after sunrise and 2
hours before sunset.
Provide lens openings 1/2-stop smaller during the sum m er
and 1/2-stop larger during the winter.
Excessively bright (or dark) or backlighted subjects may require plus or minus 1-stop lens opening adjustm ents.
Electronic flash produces light similar to daylight,
so filters are not ne eded. Ho w ever, the possibility
of undesirable effects on color balance, due to
various factors (differences in equipm ent, amount
of use, etc.) should be taken into consideration.
Test exposures are recom m ended.
If shutter spe eds slo w er than 1/60 second are
used, light from non-flash sources, such as room
lighting, may cause color imbalances. M ake test
exposures.
The use of a flash m eter is advisable, but the follo wing formula can also be used to obtain satisfactory lens opening.
Lens
Electronic Flash Guide Number (at ISO 100)
Aperture =
Electronic Flash-to-Subject Distance
(f-number)
(m eters or fe et)
!
Sizes
f/5.6
Electronic Flash
FILM SIZES, PRODUCTION NUMBER
AND BASE MATERIAL
Production
Number
f/8
Even w hen exposed under morning or evening t wilight
conditions or w hen color te mperatures are lo w , no
special filter use is ne eded as color balancing can be
done during printing.
!
LB B-12 **
(or Wratten No.80A )
f/11
Daylight
SPEED
Light Source
f/16
Cloudy
Day or
O pen
Shade
Set the film spe ed at IS O 100. Since the amount
of light reflected onto subjects from surrounding
surfaces will differ with the conditions, refer to the
flash unit instructions.
Base M aterial ..................... C ellulose Triacetate
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Daylight Photoflood/Photo-Reflector Lamps
5.
Daylight-type photoflood or photo-reflector lamp
output may be lo w er than that indicated by an
exposure m eter, so it is advisable to compensate
for this by increasing exposure tim e or the lens
opening. W henever possible, test exposures are
recom m ended.
O ther factors requiring consideration w hen determining the exposure tim e, are lamp configuration,
use duration and line voltage, as they may affect
lamp output and color balance.
!
!
Fluorescent Lamps & High-Intensity Discharge
Lamps
For the best results, the follo wing combinations of
color co m p e nsating filt ers are re co m m e nd e d.
Ho w ever, for exacting w ork, test exposures are
advisable.
!
High-intensity
Discharge
Day- Cool
W arm D eluxe Clear
W hite
light W hite
W hite W hite
M er(W)
(D) (C W)
(W W) M ercury cury
Fluorescent
Lamp Type
Color Compensating
Filters*
Exposure
Corrections**
10 M
+ 10Y
—
20C
40C
+ 30 M
10C
30 M
+ 30Y
+ 1/3
—
+ 2/3 + 1 1/3
+ 1/3
+1
* Fuji Color Compensating Filters (or Wratten C C Filters)
** Exposure correction values include filter exposure factors.
These values are added to unfiltered exposure m eter readings. A "+" follo w ed by a number indicates the required
increase in lens opening.
!
W hen the fluorescent lamp characteristics are unkno w n, to obtain generally acceptable results, use
a 30 M compensating filter and open the lens one
stop (+ 1).
NOTE Different compensation may be required according
to special lamp types and length of use, so test
exposures are recom m ended, w henever possible.
!
Shutter spe eds of 1/125 second for high-intensity
discharge lamps and 1/30 second or larger, for
fluorescent lamps, w ill avoid A C po w er-induced
changes in brightness and color being recorded on
the film.
The conditions of umbrellas, reflectors, diffusers and
like devices, could influence photographic light quality.
Periodically check lighting equipm ent for deterioration.
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LONG EXPOSURE COMPENSATION
No exposure or color balance compensation is required
for e xposure s w ithin a 1/4000 to 1 s e cond shutt er
spe ed range. Ho w ever, for exposures of 4 seconds or
longer, provide the compensations indicated belo w .
Exposure Time (sec)
1/4000 $ 1
4
16
64
recomExposure Corrections* Unnecessary + 1/3 + 1 Not
m ended
* A "+" follo w ed by a number indicates the required increase in
lens opening.
Except for special effects, the normal intensity ratio for
main-to-fill subject lighting should re main w ithin 1:4
limits.
7.
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FILM HANDLING
Expose film before the expiration date indicated
on the film package and process as soon as possible after exposure.
W hen loading and unloading roll film, avoid direct
sunlight. If there is no shade, turning one's back
to w ard the sun will shade the film.
Cam era-loaded film should be exposed and processed im m ediately.
X-ray equipm ent, used to inspect carry-on baggage
at airport terminals, can cause film fogging. Both
exposed and unexposed films should be re moved
for manual inspection. As checked-in baggage is
also X-rayed, film should be part of your hand-carried baggage.
Film fogging may occur near X-ray equipm ent used
in hospitals, factories, laboratories and other locations. A l w ays k e e p fil m a w ay fro m possibl e
sources of radiation.
8.
Tungsten Lamps
A Fuji Light Balancing Filter LB B-12 (or Wratten filter
No. 80A) is recom m ended along with a 2-stop increase
in lens opening, w hen using 3200 K tungsten lighting.
In the case of cam eras with TTL m etering, there is no
ne ed for additional exposure compensation.
LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
FILM STORAGE
Unprocessed Film
!
Storing exposed or unexposed film under hot and
humid conditions may advesely affect spe ed, color
balance and physical property changes. Store film
under the follo wing conditions.
⎧ # Ordinary Storage: Protect fro m heat.
⎨
⎩ # Long-term Storage: Belo w 0!C (32!F)
FUJICOLOR SUPERIA REALA "! FUJIFILM DATA SHEET
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Building materials, finishes used on ne wly-manufactured furniture, paints and bonding agents may
produce gases w hich affect photographic film. Do
not store film , lightproof box e s of film , load e d
cam eras or film holders under these materials.
B efore use, allo w films to stand at room-te mperature over 1 hour. O pening the package/box w hile
film is cold may cause harmful condensation.
Processed Film
Exposure to light, high te mperature and humid conditions can caus e color chang e s in proc e ss e d film s.
Therefore, place such films in sle eves and store the m
in dark, dry, cool and w ell ventilated locations under
the follo wing conditions.
⎧ # G eneral Storage :
⎪
25!C (77!F) at 30 to 60% RH
⎨
⎪ # Long-term Storage :
⎩
10!C (50!F) at 30 to 50% RH
NOTE
11.
9.
PROCESSING
T his fil m is in t e n d e d f or pro c e s sin g in F ujifil m
Processes C N-16, C N-16 Q , C N-16F A, C N-16L, C N-16S
or C-41.
10.
JUDGING EXPOSURE RESULTS
SUPERIA RE ALA exposure results can be accurately
pr e dic t e d b y u sin g a n e l e c tro nic d e n sit o m e t e r
equipped with Status M filters. An 18 % gray card, receiving the sam e illumination as the subject, w hen
read through the RE D filter should render density readings bet w e en 1.02 and 1.20 (for exposures under recom m ended lighting and with optimal film processing).
As with all color dyes, those used in this film will discolor or fade with tim e.
FILM STRUCTURE
12. DIFFUSE RMS GRANULARITY VALUE
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Micro-densitom eter M easure m ent Aperture: 48 µm in diam eter.
M agnification: 12 X.
Sample D ensity: 1.0 above minimum density
13.
RESOLVING POWER
Chart Contrast
Chart Contrast
1.6 : 1 ................. 63 lines/m m
1000 : 1 ................. 125 lines/m m
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14.
CHARACTERISTIC CURVES
15.
SPECTRAL SENSITIVITY CURVES
* S e nsitivity e quals th e re ciprocal of th e e xposure
(J/cm⇢) required to produce a specified density.
16.
MTF CURVE
17.
SPECTRAL DYE DENSITY CURVES
NOTICE The data herein published w ere derived from materials taken from
general production runs. Ho w ever, as Fujifilm is constantly upgrading the quality
of its products, changes in specifications may occur w ithout prior notice.
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FUJI PHOTO FILM CO., LTD.
26-30, Nishiazabu 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-8620, Japan
Ref. N o. AF3-967E (EIGI-00.12-HB•8-4 ➌) Printed in Japan
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