Kodak ROYAL Digital Color Paper (Smooth Glossy, 10" x 255.9' Roll)

BH #KOECRG10X256 • MFR #3934171
Kodak
Key Features
  • For Digital or Optical Printing
  • RA-4 Process
  • F-Type; Smooth Glossy Surface
  • Neutral Tonal Scale, Accurate Skin Tones
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Kodak ROYAL Digital is a versatile silver-halide color paper for making either optical prints from color negatives or for use in a digital C-printing system. The paper is designed to produce vibrant, saturated colors with neutral skin tones and warm highlights. Its wide color gamut suits images with a wide range of varying colors and an optimized tonal scale supports wide dynamic range imagery. ROYAL Digital is also characterized by its high stability to virtually eliminate color fading when used in common home storage conditions. It also features a thick resin base for greater durability when handled and the backing has the distinctive gold "Kodak ROYAL Digital Paper" watermark.
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Kodak 3934171 Overview

Kodak ROYAL Digital is a versatile silver-halide color paper for making either optical prints from color negatives or for use in a digital C-printing system. The paper is designed to produce vibrant, saturated colors with neutral skin tones and warm highlights. Its wide color gamut suits images with a wide range of varying colors and an optimized tonal scale supports wide dynamic range imagery. ROYAL Digital is also characterized by its high stability to virtually eliminate color fading when used in common home storage conditions. It also features a thick resin base for greater durability when handled and the backing has the distinctive gold "Kodak ROYAL Digital Paper" watermark.

Kodak 3934171 Specs

FormatRoll
Length255.91' / 78 m
Width10" / 25.40 cm
Quantity1 Roll
Surface FinishGlossy
Base TypeResin Coated
Paper HandlingComplete Darkness
Packaging Info
Package Weight24 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)18 x 12 x 10"
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