Fujicolor Pro 160C

 

Fujicolor Pro 160C
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Fujicolor Pro 160C
Manufacturer Fujiiflm
Page By Pharmacist
Page Type Jan 9, 2010 / Jan 9, 2010
Object ID 6757
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Overview

From the Fujifilm website:

Professional-quality, medium-speed, daylight-type, extremely fine-grain, higher-contrast color negative film.

Suited to a wide range of photographic applications, including portrait, commercial work, fashion, architectural and interior photography.

Provides enhanced saturation and higher sharpness, superb gray balance, wide exposure latitude and single-channel suitability for uniform printing efficiency. It also has improved reciprocity characteristics and enhanced color image stability. New generation emulsion design allows for optimum scanning quality.

Features

Wide exposure stability
-Wide exposure latitude producing less variation in over-or under exposed frames.
Neutral gray balance
-Rich gradations from the highlights to the shadows and depiction of natural-looking grays. Optimized digital scanner suitability.
Fine grain quality
-Grain quality raised to a superior level. Higher grain density in images for enhanced textural depiction of subject.
Addition of single-channel suitability

Negative density level unified with other PRO series films for maximum printing uniformity and efficiency.

Available in 35mm, 120, 220, and 4x5 formats.

See Fujifilm website for more details:
http://www.fujifilm.com/products/professional_films/color_negativefilms/pro_160c/

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Pharmacist - Jan 9, 2010 12:56 pm - Voted 5/5

PRO160C
If I'm going to be shooting negative film, I like to use Fuji160C sometimes because it has a wide exposure latitude. I like to overexposed it by about 1 stop to get it a little more saturated, but not enough to totally blow out the highlights. I think everyone should shoot a couple rolls of this film. If you have been shooting digitally and aren't that confident in your exposures, error on the side of overexposure. They will turn out beautifully. I also love the super fine grain and little bit faster speed than Ektar 100. It scans very well also.

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