Fujifilm AF3-007E User Manual (en)

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AF3-007E
COLOR  NEGATIVE FILMS
[
CN
]
1.
FEATURES  AND  USES
FUJICOLOR SUPERIA 100 [CN] is a daylight color
negative film with an ISO speed rating of 100.
This film yields the best results when used in conjunc-
tion with FUJICOLOR papers.
2.
SPEED
3.
FILM SIZES, PRODUCTION NUMBER
AND BASE MATERIAL
Light Source
Speed
Filter
Daylight
Tungsten Lamps
(3200K)
ISO 100/21°
ISO 25/15°*
None
LBB-12**
(or Kodak No. 80A)
* Indicates the effective speed resulting from designated
filter use.
** Fuji Light Balancing Filter
Sizes
Rolls
¥ 135 ........ 12, 24 and 36 exp.
 E51 and above
¥ 120 ........ 12 exp. (6 
×
 6)
 S01 and above
4.
EXPOSURE GUIDE AND EXPOSURE
UNDER VARIOUS LIGHT CONDITIONS
Use an exposure meter for exposure determination.
If a meter is not available, refer to the following table.
¥ The foregoing settings are for 2 hours after sunrise and 2
hours before sunset.
¥ Provide lens openings 1/2 stop smaller during the summer
and 1/2 stop larger during the winter.
¥ Excessively bright (or dark) or backlighted subjects may re-
quire plus or minus 1 stop lens opening adjustments.
Daylight
Even when exposed under morning or evening twilight
conditions or when color temperatures are low, no
special  filter use is needed  because  color balancing
will be done during printing.
Electronic Flash
¥
Electronic flash produces light similar to daylight,
so filters are not needed.  However, the possibility
of undesirable effects on color balance, due to
various factors (differences in equipment, amount
of use, etc.) should be taken into consideration
and test exposure made.
¥
If shutter speeds slower than 1/60 second are
used, light from non-flash sources, such as room
lighting, may cause color imbalances.  Make test
exposures.
¥
The use of a flash meter is advisable, but the fol-
lowing formula can also be used to obtain satisfac-
tory lens opening.
¥ Color  Reproduction
of Great Vividness
¥ Accurate Color
Reproduction
¥ Improved Sharpness
¥ Wide Exposure
Latitude
¥ Fine Skin Tone
Reproduction
¥ Excellent Grain
Quality
¥ Excellent Exposure
Suitability even
under Fluorescent
Lighting
¥ Great vividness across
the entire spectrum,
including vibrant reds,
blues and yellows
¥ Enhanced realism in the
reproduction of difficult-
to-create colors, includ-
ing violet and various
greens
¥ Sharp depiction of all
aspects of the subject,
from overall form to
textural details
¥ Stable results under a
variety of photographic
conditions
¥ Beautiful, natural skin
tone rendition
¥ Fine grain for a medium-
speed film, providing
consistently high image
quality even in enlarge-
ments
¥ Accurate color repro-
duction even under
fluorescent lights
 NOTE
The current product will continue to be marketed in
the 120 size.
Base Material ..................... Cellulose Triacetate
Light
Conditions
Lens
Aperture
Seashore
or  Snow
Scenes
Under
Bright
Sun
f/16
Bright
Sunlight
f/11
Hazy
Sunlight
f/8
Cloudy
Bright
f/5.6
Cloudy
Day or
Open
Shade
f/4
(Shutter speed: 1/250 second)
It requires no color-compensating filters when used
under daylight conditions or with an electronic flash.
Production
Number
Features
Results