1.FEATURES AND USES
NEOPAN 100 ACROS (120) is a medium-speed, ultra-high-image-quality black-and-white negative film thatboasts the world's highest standard in grain qualityamong ISO-100 films, rich gradation and outstandingsharpness. These features make it an excellent choicefor a wide range of photographic applications, includingportraits, landscape, architectural subjects, productphotography, photomicrography and duplication work.
Worlds Highest Standard in Grain Quality
Through the incorporation of Fujifilm's new proprietarySuper Fine-
Grain Technology, this film delivers theworld's highest standard in grain quality among ISO-100 black-and-white films. Its fine grain, along with itssuperb grain alignment and rich gradation, makes pos-sible smoother and sharper textural depiction, even inbig enlargements.
Excellent Processing Characteristics
By incorporating the newly developed P.I.D.C.(Precision Iodine Distribution Control) Technology,NEOPAN 100 ACROS (120) provides stable process-ing results not only during manual processing with allkinds of developers and fixers, but in every type ofautomatic processor as well.
Improved Reciprocity Characteristics
This film exhibits extremely minimal reduction in sen-sitivity even in extended, low-light exposures, thusproducing excellent results in astronomical photogra-phy and night scenes, as well as architecture andother subjects requiring long exposures.
NEOPAN 100 ACROS (120)
2.BASE MATERIAL, THICKNESS ANDFILM SIZES
6 cm×4.5 cm....16 exp. (15 in some cameras)6 cm ×6 cm......12 exp.6 cm ×7 cm......10 exp.6 cm ×9 cm......8 exp.
Exposure Time (sec.)Exposure Corrections*
No exposure compensation is required for exposuresat shutter speeds of less than 120 seconds. How-ever, for exposures of 120 seconds or longer, providethe compensation indicated below.
BrightSunlightCloudyDay orOpenShadeHazySunlightSeashoreor SnowScenesunderBrightSunCloudyBright
The use of an exposure meter is recommended, es-pecially for indoor photography due to the wide varia-tion in brightness levels that may be encountered.Use of a tripod or other means of stabilizing the cam-era is recommended for exposures at shutter speedsof less than 1/100 second.
When electronic flash exposures are to be made, theshutter speed for cameras with a focal-plane shuttershould be set in accordance with the camera instruc-tions. In the case of lens-shutter cameras (such ascompact cameras, certain medium-format camerasand studio cameras), the shutter speed can be varied.
The following formula can be used to obtain satisfac-tory lens opening.
Electronic Flash Guide Number (at ISO 100)Electronic Flash-to-Subject Distance(meters or feet)
When an automatic electronic flash unit is employed,set the film speed at ISO 100. Since the amount oflight reflected onto subjects from surrounding sur-faces will differ with the conditions, refer to the flashunit instructions.120
*A + followed by a number indicates the required in-crease in lens opening.
4.COLOR SENSITIVITY Orthopanchromatic
Cellulose Triacetate0.104 mm
Use an exposure meter for exposure determination. If ameter is not available, refer to the following table.