Fujifilm 1x4 Crystal Archive Supreme HD 10.2 cm x 160 m, lustre 1049469 Справочник Пользователя (en)

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1.
FEATURES AND USES
FUJICOLOR CRYSTAL ARCHIVE PAPER SUPREME 
HIGH DEFINITION is designed in such a way that end-
consumers will experience a high quality picture. It has 
a wide color range in combination with a solid base for 
optimal handling during picture viewing. It is provided 
with a thicker base and smooth high gloss finish and is 
recognized by its attractive gold back print. The color 
range is wider and the thickness is higher in Supreme 
High Definition Paper compared to Supreme Paper.
High Definition paper delivers enhanced color repro-
duction, white purity, excellent image stability just as 
well as other Fujicolor Crystal Archive Papers.
Supreme High Definition paper can be used with all 
Frontier series and digital high speed printers and will 
replace the Supreme Type II paper.
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 ......
Characteristic
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
FUJICOLOR CRYSTAL ARCHIVE PAPER 
SUPREME HIGH DEFINITION
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 bal-
ance, physical characteristics and other properties. 
Unprocessed paper is best stored at low tempera-
tures. 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 tempera-
ture (by refrigeration) should be set aside and al-
lowed to warm to room temperature prior to being 
opened. If the paper is taken out of its packaging im-
mediately after being removed from refrigerated stor-
age, condensation will form on the paper surfaces, 
resulting in print color changes and easily damaged 
surfaces.
  The shortest periods required to return freezer- or re-
frigerator-stored paper to room temperature (mini -
mum temperature equalization periods) are as fol-
lows. 
COLOR NEGATIVE PAPERS