Fujifilm RVP 120 Fujichrome Velvia 100 Professional Color Slide Film offers the same superb color saturation and palette that have made Velvia 50 the film of choice for leading landscape and nature photographers - but with finer grain and twice the speed.
For anyone who likes to shoot nature and general scenics, this is the film for you. If you like your colors striking, this is the way to go. If you like ultra-fine grain, Velvia 100 is the film of choice. Velvia 100 will not only give you a high-contrast look but your hues will be reliably and accurately reproduced.
At both ends of the spectrum, you'll find the colors intense and possessing of an intensity not found in films at slower speeds. You can even use it for portraits and general commercial shooting but most folks find its strength lies outdoors. The improved color couplers help to maintain color fidelity in both natural and mixed lighting.
- ISO 100
- At ISO 100, Fujichrome Velvia 100 provides a more useful speed for greater flexibility in varied shooting situations
- Ultra-High-Saturated Color Reproduction
- Color saturation is an important feature of Fujichrome 50. Recognizing this, and by incorporating advanced cyan, magenta, and yellow couplers as well as CEL (Color-Extension Layer) technology, new Fujichrome Velvia 100 gives photographers the saturation they require with the added advantages of higher speed and finer grain
- Super-Fine Grain
- Fujichrome Velvia 100 boasts an RMS* granularity of 8**, a significant improvement over Velvia 50 and ranking it alongside other Fujifilm professional film products, such as Fujichrome Astia 100F, Fujichrome Provia 100F and Fujichrome Velvia 100F
- Improved Color Stability
- The improved color couplers employed in Fujichrome Velvia 100 significantly improve color stability and freedom from fading/shift over conventional films
- Improved Versatility
- Fujichrome Velvia 100 can accept push/pull processing from - 1/2 stop to + 1 stop with minimal changes to color balance and gradation. Push can even be extended to up to 2 stops, depending on the subject, allowing easy and precise correction of exposure and density
Note:*RMS granularity is the standard for measuring film grain: the lower the number, the smaller the apparent grain. **Read at a gross diffuse visual density of 1.0, with a 48-micrometer aperture