Fujichrome Provia reciprocity data?

Discussion in 'Medium Format' started by mark_a._brown, Oct 1, 1997.

  1. Hi folks,

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    I have a question regarding data (or rather, the lack of it) on reciprocity failure characteristics of Fujichrome Provia film.

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    I have recently arranged to borrow a 5x4 inch view camera to do some architectural photography and have equipped myself with 20 sheets of Provia Quickload for the job.

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    I was expecting to find a nice datasheet in the box, since for large format work, small apertures and long exposures are par for the course. I found some nice instructions on how to use Quickload film, but not a soss on its exposure characteristics.

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    Does some kind soul have the appropriate data they can either email or fax me, or failing that tell me where I might be able to get the data, given that I am in Japan. (Fuji Photo Salon in Ginza?)

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    Thanks in advance for any info.

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    Mark.

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    Dr. Mark A. Brown
    Control System Division
    National Aerospace Laboratory
    7-44-1 Jindaihigashi-machi, Chofu-shi,
    Tokyo 182, Japan
    Tel: +81 422 47 5911
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  2. From the 1996 FujiFilm Data Guide:

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    1/4000 to 16 sec: no compensation
    32 sec: +1/2 stop compensation
    2 min: 2.5R filter +1 stop
    8 min: not recommended

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    Hope this helps.

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    Steve
     

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