FUJIFILM FP-100C Professional Instant Color Film ISO 100 (10 Exposure, Glossy)

FUJIFILM FP-100C Professional Instant Color Film ISO 100 (10 Exposure, Glossy)


FUJIFILM FP-100C Professional Instant Color Film ISO 100 (10 Exposure, Glossy)

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FUJIFILM FP-100C overview

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This is a 10 exposure pack of glossy Instant Color Film FP-100C/FP 100C from Fuji. It is a peel-apart-type instant color film with an ISO speed rating of 100.

Its ability to produce photos of superb quality makes this film ideal for a wide range of commercial uses, including product photography requiring long exposures, microphotography, CRT image recording, and of course identification and portrait photography.

This film, in regular size, can be used in cameras and other photographic equipment that accept instant film with a photo size of 85 x 108mm, and those provided or fitted with an instant camera back.

Improved light-fading characteristics
Further extended low-temperature end (from 15 to 10 degrees centigrade)
Reduced color variations caused by differences in the peeling time
Reduced color cast after peeling
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FUJIFILM FP-100C specs

Type 3.25 x 4.25" professional color print pack film
Speed ISO 100
Applications Enhanced reciprocity characteristics under low illumination and with long exposure times; As a daylight film, optimized for shooting under sunlight or electronic flash; Wider range of applications in low-temperature environments, including ID photo shooting during the winter and outdoor commercial photography under severe conditions
Process Peel-apart type
Color Saturation Rich
Grain High
Sharpness Exceptional
Exposure Latitude Narrow
Push/Pull Not Specified by Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.6 x 4.0 x 1.0"

FUJIFILM FP-100C reviews

FP-100C Professional Instant Color Film ISO 100 (10 Exposure, Glossy) is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 468.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good for people new to emulsion lift I used this for an alternative process class I taught since the Polaroid 669 is no longer readily available. Having not used it before there was some trial and error particularly with the dry transfer method. Seemed to work best using it in subdued light and having a moistened squeeged paper ready to roll it on. Emulsion lifts are not as malleable which can be a pro and a con - much easier to use, but not as easily to manipulate, tear for artistic effect. Also, you need to use a glue in conjunction with it. It will not stick on its own. Glad there is still a film produced to experiment with these processes, but like 669 better.
Date published: 2009-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great film! Some time ago I found a polaroid land camera (100 series) and since it was only a few bucks, I wasn't worried if I'd ever be able to use it. Like many people, I thought I wouldn't be able to find film for it. I was wrong, of course, because this film works perfectly. This film, when exposed and developed properly, looks wonderful. Instant film has always provided that feeling of instant gratification that digital photography does not. Might I also suggest the 3000B B&W film, since having the 100C film doesn't work well in low light (the numbers directly correspond to ISO rating, so the higher the number, the better it will work in low light).
Date published: 2012-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wish they were continuing to make this ... Everyone knows that this is the best Polaroid film ever made for this series of cameras. I 'm giving the five stars because not only is it the best film, but B&H deserves kudos for actually shipping me the goods at the price I bought them for. The story is that I bought 10 of these at under twenty dollars each ($18.99) and then the price went up $10, like, the next day. My purchase went on back order for a couple months, but when B&H got the new shipment in, they sent me what I ordered at the price I ordered it at, even though I'm guessing they lost money on the deal. Nobody called to beg me to cancel or anything, they just shipped it. yay, B&H
Date published: 2016-07-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does the trick I bought this to use with a polaroid back for a Bronica GS-1 system. The product worked fine, once I figured out how to use it. Turns out that on a Bronica you have to turn on the multiple exposure mode to be able to take a picture with the polaroid back. Go figure. In any case, the first picture was white (100% chance of user error) and the second picture worked like a charm.What I liked was the color balance. Very nice daylight tones that I have a hard time achieving whenever I play with digital. Timing the exposures and peeling off the sheet, etc., worked as it should. It's a fun product if you want to show young people a classic of yesturyear.
Date published: 2013-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from a very good (soon the ONLY) alternative I mostly shoot in black and white, and this is a decent switch for me. Ive mainly used these for the Polaroid Land 100/250/350 cameras, and the photos coming out are very vivid. Provided youre outdoors during the day, or have a very bright indoor lighting. As the alternative to Polaroids own line, it's a great replacement. Dries fast, and much cheaper than the polaroid brand. By early 2009, it will be the ONLY alternative, as polaroid announced they wont be making any more pack films next year. SO STOCK UP! (they do expire though...)
Date published: 2008-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Polaroid? Really? I love this stuff. Seriously. I do not process colour film myself, so there is usually a time-lag between my shooting large format colour and actually getting a chance to see the results.FP-100C gives me my instant gratification and much more. With a Fuli holder I shoot this in my 4x5 camera and after a few experiments have gotten to admire not only the quick results but the Fuji depth of tone and richness of colour. The affordability of this small size allows me to shoot without fear of ruining an expensive 4x5 sheet. I thought this would be a fun film to try, but it has gotten to be a new direction in colour shoots.
Date published: 2012-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Truly magical film In today's digital society of instant gratification and instant results shooting real film is hard. You have to process it and print them and the workflow is long. I have done darkroom work for a while now and it is quite a lot of work. FP-100C is magical. It does everything I do in the darkroom in MINUTES to produce real film prints. The color emulsion is absolutely stunning especially with portraits. I use them on a medium format Polaroid back and the results are just unbelievable. I hope this film never dies. Keep in mind that it is quite contrasty so set exposure carefully. Get away from your screens, iPhones, and and hold a beautiful Fuji polaroid in your hand.
Date published: 2015-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from FP-100C works for image transfers I bought this film because Polaroid stopped making 669 peel apart film. I have been using 669 for polaroid transfers. The Fuji FP-100C works for image transfers with a slightly different process and Archies 88 printmaking paper. The transfers are clear with excellent color and definition and you still get the crusty edges like the 669. The Fuji is even less expensive.
Date published: 2008-06-11
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