And when we had a family day coming up on a sunny Sunday, it was the perfect opportunity to test a roll in my trusted Minolta X SLR. So read on for my results with this professional film! Enhancements were made towards better scanning characteristics and a closer resemblance with the Pro H and Pro Z films for printing and color tonality. The latter two were renamed from the NPH and NPZ films, but did not change in its characteristics, as we can still read in this Fujicolor Pro brochure.

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Fujicolor Pro S, combining smooth, gentle tones with superb natural color reproduction, is ideal for wedding, portrait, and fashion photography. Fujicolor Pro C offers high contrast and vivid color, perfect for a wide range of applications from portraiture and architecture to commercial work.

The new films will be available in summer Only a company like Fujifilm, with such a rich history of photographic technology innovation, could produce such a product. New color coupler technology delivers exceptionally well-nuanced skin tones and ensures that all hues are consistent from highlight to shadow, regardless of density.

Pro S offers a gentler tonal curve, while Pro C features high contrast and saturated color. Gray tones are reproduced with unparalleled neutrality and accuracy, even within a wide range of exposures.

The two new films boast even finer grain than their predecessors, with an RMS granularity of 3 vs. The result is notably smoother, richer-looking prints, especially at larger sizes. This simplifies the adjustment of print density and color balance, making it easier and more efficient for labs to provide photographers with quality prints. These films bring the information-carrying capacity of color negative film into an easy and efficient digital workflow.

As a result, superior scanning consistency makes post-scanning color correction and retouching easier than ever before. The addition of a fourth cyan-sensitive layer to the typical RGB sensitive layers helps simulate accurate color as the human eye perceives it.

Fujicolor Pro films reproduce delicate skin colors, neutral colors and deliver exceptionally consistent color balance regardless of light source - daylight, tungsten, fluorescent, flash, or mixed lighting. Like Pro S, its ultra-fine grain and superior sharpness guarantee superb enlargements.

It is ideal for portrait work, as well as indoor or outdoor location photography, particularly in limited light. This finer grain structure is particularly notable in large print sizes, reducing visible grain for smoother reproduction of skin texture. The new yellow coupler employed in the Pro S and C is approximately 1. This allows a thinner emulsion layer, which in turn reduces unwanted reflection and diffraction of light.

The result is less halation and color blurring, while increasing sharpness. These new highly efficient DIR couplers further enhance what is known as edge effect - dramatically improving sharpness and three-dimensionality in prints, even at large sizes.

The effect can be seen in the sharp, bright pupils of the eyes, and in the detail of clothing. This allows the film to maintain its extremely delicate skin tones while improving overall color reproduction.

As a global leader in digital imaging, Fujifilm pioneered the development of digital medical systems, and today is the leader in digital minilab systems. The company was ranked in the top ten for U. In the U. Fujifilm is an environmentally friendly, humane enterprise and an exemplary corporate citizen.


The Mystical Fuji Pro 160S 120mm Review

Replaced by Pro S. Replaced by Pro C. Not carried forward into Pro line. All Pro films incorporate: sigma fine grain technology, neutral color balance for improved skin tones, a fourth cyan layer for improved color rendition under fluorescent lighting and were optimized for scanning and single channel printing. Pro NS sheet film was discontinued in


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