Fujifilm 1x2 Crystal Archive Supreme 30.5 cm x 80 m, lustre 1048407 User Manual (en)

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FUJICOLOR CRYSTAL ARCHIVE PAPER SUPREME <NEW> 
 
 
1. FEATURES 
AND 
USES 
 
FUJICOLOR CRYSTAL ARCHIVE PAPER SUPREME 
<NEW> is a silver halide color paper designed to 
produce high-image-quality color prints on both analog 
and digital printers. In addition to the many superb 
features of the current FUJICOLOR CRYSTAL 
ARCHIVE PAPER SUPREME, this new paper 
incorporates new silver halide emulsion technology, 
coupler technology and layer design technology to 
deliver enhanced color reproduction, white purity, 
image stability and handling. Furthermore, when used 
in conjunction with the newly developed digital minilab 
Frontier 570, it enables the realization of super-fast 
processing, resulting in a dramatic improvement in 
productivity. 
 
Features 
 
More Vivid Color  ........  
Reproduction 
Retains beautiful colors 
such as subtle shades of 
green, vivid blues and reds
 
 
More Brilliant  ..............  
Whites plus 
Improved 
Highlight Details 
Further improved   
whiteness, with clearer   
and more distinct highlight 
details 
 
 
Excellent Image  ........  
Stability 
Exhibits high image stability 
during long-term dark 
storage and excellent light 
storage stability, as well as 
sharply improved storability 
with respect to nitrogen 
oxide, ozone and other 
gases 
 
 
Improved Handling  ...  
Characteristics 
Improved tolerance for 
processing unevenness 
and pressure-induced 
density variations that 
sometimes occur 
 
 
High productivity  ......   Realizes high productivity 
when used in conjunction 
with the Frontier 570. 
 
 
 
2. SAFELIGHT 
 
Handle in total darkness. If safelight use is 
unavoidable, observe the following precautions. 
  Expose paper no longer than 1 minute to light   
 
 
emit-ted through two Fuji Safelight Filters No. 103A 
(or Wratten Safelight Filters No. 13) in a 10-watt 
tungsten lamp safelight located at least 1 meter from 
the work area. 
  Safelight filters fade with extended use and need 
regular checking.  Replace when paper fogging is 
detected. 
  Exposed paper is susceptible to safelight-induced 
sensitivity increases in the exposed area. For this 
reason, exposed paper should be subjected as little 
as possible to safelight illumination.   
 
 
3. 
 
PRE-PROCESSING PAPER HANDLING/ 
STORAGE 
 
  The higher the temperature and humidity, the more 
paper, whether unused, unexposed or exposed, is 
susceptible to adverse changes in speed, color 
balance, physical characteristics and other 
properties. Unprocessed paper is best stored at low 
temperatures. Specifically, the following conditions 
should be used for paper storage.   
Short-term storage: Store in a cool and dark 
location, away from direct sunlight or high 
tem-perature and humidity 
Long-term storage: Below 10 
 
C (50 
 
F) 
  Raw paper which has been stored at a low 
temperature (by refrigeration) should be set aside 
and allowed to warm to room temperature prior to 
being opened. If the paper is taken out of its 
packaging immediately after being removed from 
refrigerated storage, condensation will form on the 
paper surfaces, resulting in print color changes and 
easily damaged surfaces. 
  The shortest periods required to return freezer- or 
refrigerator-stored paper to room temperature 
(minimum temperature equalization periods) are as 
follows. 
 
20 
 
C (68 
 
F) Temperature Equalization Periods 
Unit: hours 
Storage 
Temperature 
Paper Size 
-20 
 
(-4 
 
F) 
 
(32 
 
F)
10 
 
C
(50 
 
F)
10.2 cm x 185.9 m 
(4 in. x 610 ft.) 
6 5 3.5 
 
 
NOTES  Do not heat paper in order to equalize temperatures.
 
Remove paper from refrigeration on day before use. 
 
 
COLOR NEGATIVE PAPERS 
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