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Fujifilm RVP 8 x 10" Fujichrome Velvia 50 Professional Color Slide Film (ISO-50, 20 Sheets)

B&H # FUV50810 MFR # 16010368
Fujifilm RVP 8 x 10" Fujichrome Velvia 50 Professional Color Slide Film (ISO-50, 20 Sheets)


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Product Highlights

  • High Color Saturation
  • Vivid Color Reproduction
  • Pushable from -1/2 to +1 Stop
  • Neutral Grays / Deep Shadows
  • Ultra Fine Grain
  • Excellent Resolving Power
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This is 20 sheet box of 8 x 10" Velvia RVP from Fujifilm. Velvia is a color slide film that displays extremely fine grain, resolving power, sharpness and brilliant color reproduction. For the photographer who enjoys ultra sharp images with vivid color, it's hard to beat Velvia. Whether for portraits, landscapes or commercial work, Velvia delivers what it advertises - extreme vibrancy and tonality. Highlights are neutral but your shadows will be deep and black. Skin tones will be pronounced and show great detail. You'll also find that the color balance remains constant from exposures ranging from -1/2 to +1 when pushed.

Highly Saturated Colors
The highest chroma and most vibrant skin tones of all Fujichrome films; superb color depiction featuring deep, rich hues
Improved Color Image Stability
The highest maximum density to date for more profound shadows and deeper blacks
Excellent push-/pull-processing suitability
High Definition
Super-fine grain
Type 8 x 10" color reversal (slide) film
Speed ISO 50
Applications Fashion, product, art, landscape and scientific photography; when precise rendering and enhanced color tone are especially important
Process Kodak process E-6, or Fujifilm Process CR-56
Color Saturation Dynamic color reproduction
Grain Ultra-fine
Sharpness Very sharp
Exposure Latitude Narrow
Push/Pull Push-processing allowable up to one stop (equivalent to ISO 100) for underexposure compensation
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