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Neopan

Neopan 100 Acros
Maker: Fujifilm
Speed: 100/21°
Type: B&W print
Process: Gelatin-silver
Format: 35 mm, 120
Exposure
latitude:
±2½ stops
Application: General purpose, Sports, Daylight
Neopan 400
Maker: Fujifilm
Speed: 400/27°
Type: B&W print
Process: Gelatin-silver
Format: 35 mm, 120
Exposure
latitude:
±2½ stops
Application: General purpose, Sports, Low light
Neopan 1600
Maker: Fujifilm
Speed: 1600/33°
Type: B&W print
Process: Gelatin-silver
Format: 35 mm
Exposure
latitude:
±2 stops
Application: General purpose, Sports, Low light, Night

Neopan is a family of black-and-white films from Japanese manufacturer Fujifilm.

Neopan 100 Acros

Acros is a brandname for an ISO 100 speed orthopanchromatic black-and-white photographic film produced by the Japanese company Fujifilm. As of July 2012, the film is available in 135 and 120 roll film and 4x5 sheet film formats. Acros, as with most other films of its speed, is optimized for high sharpness and fine grain.

The film is suited for night and long exposure photography due to its reciprocity characteristics: it does not require adjustments for exposures shorter than 120 seconds, and only requires a ½ stop of compensation for exposures between 120 and 1000 seconds.[1]

References

External links

  • Fujifilm Neopan black & white films
  • Fuji Acros 100 Data Sheet
  • Fuji Acros 100 (120) Data Sheet


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