Fujifilm Fujicolor Crystal Archive Type II Paper (8 x 10", Glossy, 100 Sheets)

Fujifilm Fujicolor Crystal Archive Type II Paper (8 x 10", Glossy, 100 Sheets)

Fujifilm Fujicolor Crystal Archive Type II Paper (8 x 10", Glossy, 100 Sheets)

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Fujifilm Fujicolor Crystal Archive Type II Paper (8 x 10", Glossy, 100 Sheets)

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  • Resin Coated
  • Vivid Color Reproduction
  • Deeper Reds
  • Clearer Whites and Yellows
  • More Natural Skin Tones
  • Lifelike Texture and Sharpness
  • More Brilliant Whites / Clearer Details
  • Prints Stay Beautiful Over Time
  • Fade Resistant
  • For Darkroom Use
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This Box of Fuji 8 x 10" Fujicolor Crystal Archive Type II Paper produces amazing colors - subtle shades of green, striking blues and vibrant reds. Your highlights will show more detail as well as being very white.

This paper exhibits improved coupler technology over the Type One version of the same paper. Improved layer design also makes this paper preferable to use when it comes to faster processing in digital minilabs using Fuji's Frontier 570 machine. This translates into enhanced productivity and increased profits.

Crystal Archive is an excellent paper to use when long-term image storage and stability is desired. It is fade resistant In addition, this paper handles extremely well and will tolerate occasional variances in image processing better than other papers. When your work is stored below 50°F and with a relative humidity of 30-50%, you can expect a storage life of more than 20 years.

Silver halide paper for both traditional and digital printing
Excellent image stability
More detail in highlight areas as well as improved whites
When used in conjunction with the digital minilab Frontier 570, it enables the realization of super-fast processing, resulting in a dramatic improvement in productivity
Use with Frontier 330, 340, 350, 355, 370, 375, 390, 570 machines
UPC: 074101845440
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Fujifilm 600008946 specs

Format Sheet
Length 10" / 25.4 cm
Width 8" / 20.3 cm
Quantity 100 Sheets
Surface Finish Glossy
Base Type Resin Coated
Paper Handling Complete Darkness
Packaging Info
Package Weight 2.85 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.8 x 8.7 x 1.3"

Fujifilm 600008946 reviews

Fujicolor Crystal Archive Type II Paper (8 x 10", Glossy, 100 Sheets) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Consistant and High detail With the diminishing market offering color neg papers, I have to give it to Fuji. My work would be hurtin' if they didnt offer paper any more. Type II has a different ballance than older Type Super C, but still get great prints from it. Prints great with Kodak film. Ektar and especialy Portra are super clean color palets for this paper.
Date published: 2012-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great paper, great price I'm a photography student printing in color for the first time. I wasn't sure if I should start with a glossy finish or lustre, but i was very impressed with my results from glossy. This paper produces beautiful, consistent prints with a great tonal range. The glossy surface really makes colors pop and provides rich blacks and nice contrast. I will definitely continue to buy this paper.
Date published: 2012-09-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great price, highly consistent Very high contrast. Shadows get a slight mottling if you let things fade to complete black to the point of clipping.I always have tons of this stuff around because it's 100 sheets for only $. I make test prints of various regions of my larger prints with this paper and there is practically ZERO difference when i move up to the larger paper. Colour balance and contrast stays exactly the same.I accidentally left a pack out of the freezer for 3 weeks and it printed exactly the same as paper that was in the freezer. I don't recommend long-term storage out of the fridge or freezer, however.I don't really notice a difference when I take it out of the freezer & print right away vs leaving it time to warm up. Individual sheets of paper usually warm up to temp once they've been on the enlarging easel during the exposure.I develop mine with Kodak Ektacolor chemicals with a modified CAP-40 roller transport, 1:10 min at 92F. I never see cross curves unless they're in the negative.
Date published: 2011-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Photos come out great! We're using this to print from the color darkroom at photo school. The color looks awesome! I honestly don't know what isn't good about this product. I don't know enough to compare brands. This one looks pretty awesome.
Date published: 2013-04-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good paper Show have choose matte finger prints show up too much on glossy .
Date published: 2013-03-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Glossy is cheaper and has better color performance Cheaper than the luster one but have better color performance.
Date published: 2015-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fugi Color Print paper grateful still being made, easy to use and adjust for color
Date published: 2013-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome quality I got this one day because Colortone was sold out in all photo stores that sell it, such as Adorama and B&H. Colortone has good quality and is sold for cheap, which is an alternative to Fujicolor Archive. The matte for Fujicolor is amazing, and the glossy is more similar to Colortone's glossy, but the paper looks a TAD bit better and feels nicer. I would get this again for final presentation paper, but as far as cost goes, I still rather get Colortone.
Date published: 2016-11-29
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