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Fujifilm Velvia 100 135/36 Color Reversal Film


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  • ISO 100 daylight-type film with color saturation on a par with Velvia 50
  • Especially for scenery and nature photography
  • RMS granularity of 8, one of the finest levels
  • Compatibility 135/36
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Fujifilm Velvia 100 135/36 Color Reversal Film + Fujifilm Velvia 50 135/36 Color Reversal Film + Ilford HP5+ 400asa 35mm - 36 exp
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 6.4 x 3.8 cm ; 23 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 23 g
  • Item model number: 15542481
  • ASIN: B000A1AJOG
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 14 Aug. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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Product Description

Professional-quality, medium-speed, daylight-type, color reversal film with ultrafine grain (RMS : 8) and ultrahigh color saturation through the incorporation of new-generation cyan, magenta and yellow couplers. Suited especially to scenery and nature photography as well as other subjects that require precisely modulated vibrant color reproduction and high image quality. Provides color image stability equal to that of RVP 100F and can be push-processed up to +1 stop with excellent results and little photographic variation. Features: ISO 100 Speed. Easy-to-use ISO 100 rating with the world's highest level of color saturation. Ultrahigh-saturation Color Reproduction. Attainment of the world's highest color saturation level equal to that of Velvia (ISO 50) through the incorporation of new cyan, magenta and yellow couplers. Super-fine Grain. RMS granularity of 8, one of the finest levels. Color Image Storage Permanence. Color image storage permanence (anti-fading characteristics) equal to that of RVP 100F as a result of new couplers. Superb Push/Pull Processing Suitability. Minimum variation in color and gradation during push/pull processing over a range from -1/2 to +1 stop, providing an expanded range of phototaking opportunities, as well as facilitating fine adjustments in exposure and density during processing and allowing an increase in speed of up to +2 stops (equal to E.I.400), depending on the scene. Note: RMS stands for "Root Mean Square", a widely used standard method for measuring the degree of grain in photographic film. The lower the RMS number, the smaller the apparent grain.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ibraar 'Le Saracen' TOP 500 REVIEWER on 12 Aug. 2013
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Velvia, a legendary film with colours which can only be produced by this film.
Digital Landscape photographers all look to mimic the look of this film - which is still used by Pro's in the Landscape Photography field.

I've been using this film in 35mm and 645 MF for a number of years and it's beautiful.It has dark soft velvety blacks, punchy reds, yellows and greens and vibrancy which is wonderful to see.

On a light table or projected nothing comes close to it. It has even been used in Film - What Dreams May Come [DVD] [1998] is filmed in Velvia and you can just see the magic of it.

With a decent scanner such as an Epson V500Epson Perfection V500 Photo Scanner (6400dpi, 3.4 Opt Density, USB 2.0) (or higher models such as V700) with a transparency adaptor you'll get huge crisp clean scans - I compared a high res 35mm scan of Velvia 50 portrait to a full size image of a shot taken with a Leica X1 and the Velvia shot holds it own, it holds as much detail with contrast dependant upon the lens - I used a Contax G2 with 45mm Planar T* Zeiss lens, so it was tack sharp with beautiful contrast - it has better colour, and of course it has more grain - but thats also the beauty of Film.

120 film is even better, beautiful and very high res and detailed, depending upon format and lens again!
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It's Fuji Velvia. Enough said. If you're buying this, you probably already know that it's one of the best films available, and this is a very good price!
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Excellent slide film, brilliant colour saturation. better photos than my dslr, shame everyone is being pushed down the digital path.
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By Diana Smith on 9 Aug. 2014
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Good quality product. Good colour reproduction on slides.
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Amazon.com: 9 reviews
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
If your middle name is Saturation you will love Velvia 10 Jan. 2009
By T. Gabriel - Published on Amazon.com
Velvia makes reds RED, greens GREEN, blues BLUE, and ... well, you get my drift. This is excellent film for nature shots and landscapes if you want a lot of saturation of the colors you see out there. Not so hot for faces. Be aware of that.

It is not Kodachrome Professional 25 and not intended to be. In fact the main reason any flavor of Kodachrome is almost gone now is folks like the Velvia saturation and the professional quality in an E-6 process.

Ektachrome or Provia are more Kodachrome-like but still not Kodachrome. I might sound wistful but I used Kodachrome Professional 25, 64, and 200 from the '60s until it was no longer available a few years ago - 25 disappeared first, then 200, then 64 and all that is left now is standard 64 and it is good but not worth the cost compared to Fuji films.

As long as there is film there will be Velvia and you could do a whole lot worse.
26 of 32 people found the following review helpful
No freshness date 15 Jan. 2007
By Mel Willis - Published on Amazon.com
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You don't receive this film in the package like it's pictured so you have no idea of how old the film is. It's the professional version but again, you have no idea if the film has been stored properly or how long it has been on the shelf/fridge. I wouldn't take a chance on it again and would not have purchased it if I had known it was not in the box. I felt mislead.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Go-to Greatness 1 Feb. 2014
By Elizabeth Gipson - Published on Amazon.com
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Why do I shoot anything else?

This is the question I ask myself nearly every time I get back a batch of film from the lab. Don't get me wrong- for colour portraits, I will choose Portra every time. There are certain scenes, certain places which Ektar seems to reveal not just as they are, but as they linger in memory.

But generally speaking, if I'm shooting and want a film I know will deliver, I choose Velvia. It gives wonderfully saturated colours that manage to thoroughly announce their presence without looking gimmicky or overdone. Great resolving power. Even in 35mm you will still be able to get great detail without much loss of image quality at larger sizes.

As with any slide film, you will want to take care not to overexpose, as Velvia has little tolerance for blown highlights. But with a little love and care, you can make this great film work for you.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Great color film! 7 Feb. 2009
By Andrew J. Rowlingson - Published on Amazon.com
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I don't shoot film often anymore, but when I do, this is what I use. I have never been dissapointed with the film, the photographer is another story! Really outstanding color and clarity, stops down well, and colors you see in the view finder are what you get on the film.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Incredible film for slides, amazing color and vibrancy. 29 Aug. 2014
By Adam Pilbeam - Published on Amazon.com
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Fuji Velvia film never fails to wow me. This film I loaded into my Canon AE-1 Program camera, and was in fact the first film I shot and had developed from that camera. Used it on my honeymoon in the Catskill mountains.

I was completely blown away by the color, vibrancy and depth of the slides this film produced. I hope this film will continue to be manufactured for years to come, as I hope to continue using it on my family, friends, and travels.
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