Fujifilm AF3-151E User Manual (en)

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AF3-151E
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1. FEATURES AND USES
FUJICOLOR SUPERIA X-TRA 400 [CH] is a daylight-
type ISO 400 color negative film that incorporates 4th
Color Layer and the newly developed Super Fine-∑
(Sigma) Grain Technology to achieve high image qual-
ity when printed on FUJICOLOR papers.
Fine grain for a high-speed
film, providing no loss of
image quality even in
large-size enlargements
High sensitivity that allows
images to be captured
even under insufficient
light conditions
Vibrant and dynamic reds,
blues, and yellows
Violets and a variety of
greens with enhanced
fidelity
Smooth, beautiful and
naturally depicted skin
tones
Extremely sharp depiction
of all aspects of the
subject, from overall form
to textural details
Accurate color reproduc-
tion even under fluores-
cent lights
Precisely maintained gray
balance throughout, from
the brightest highlights to
the deepest shadows
Excellent Grain
Quality
High Speed and
Wide Exposure
Latitude
Vibrant,
Natural Color
Reproduction
Excellent
Skin Color
Reproduction
Excellent
Sharpness
Excellent Exposure
Suitability even
under Fluorescent
Lighting
Excellent Gray
Balance
Features
Results
2. SPEED
It requires no color-compensating filters when used
under daylight conditions or with an electronic flash.
Light Source
Speed
Filter
Daylight
ISO 400/27°
None
Tungsten Lamps
ISO 100/21°*
LBB-12**
 (3200K)
(or Wratten No.80A)
* Indicates the effective speed resulting from designated filter use.
** Fuji Light Balancing Filter
3. EXPOSURE GUIDE
Use an exposure meter for exposure determination. If a
meter is not available, refer to the following table.
Daylight Exposure Guide Table
Light
Conditions
Lens
Aperture
Shutter
Speed (sec.)
Seashore
or Snow
Scenes
under
Bright
Sun
f/22
Bright
Sunlight
f/16
Hazy
Sunlight
f/16
Cloudy
Bright
f/11
Cloudy
Day or
Open
Shade
f/8
1/500
1/250
 
NOTES
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 require plus or minus 1-stop lens opening ad-
justments.
Low Light Exposure Guide Table
Light
Conditions
Lens
Aperture
Shutter
Speed (sec.)
Fine
Weather
Daytime
Indoor
Scenes
f/2.8 to 4
1/60
Nighttime
Indoor
Scenes
(under
Fluorescent
Light)
f/2 to 2.8
1/30
Evening
Scenes
f/2.8 to 4
1/60
Night
Scenes
f/2 to 2.8
1/30
 
NOTE
Since light intensities for indoor and night scenes vary
widely from location to location, the data above
should be used only as a guide.