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Fujifilm Fujichrome Velvia RVP 50 Color Slide Film, ISO 50, 120 Size,

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About Fujifilm

Velvia 50 is back!
The original Velvia product provides the High Saturation and Vivid color that has become a Favorite of Photographers. FUJICHROME Velvia for Professionals [RVP] is a daylight type high image quality color reversal film with an ISO speed rating of 50. This film retains extremely fine grain, resolving power, sharpness and brilliant color reproduction.

Designed for the wide ranging needs of fashion, product, art, landscape and scientific photography; when precise rendering and enhanced color tone are especially important, this is the film of choice.

Further since suitability for photomechanical reproduction and color print production has been fully taken into consideration, this film is optimized for use as originals in highquality photomechanical printing as well as large-sized poster and normal print production.

Fujifilm Features

  • Velvia 50 is back
  • The original Velvia product provides the High Saturation and Vivid color that has become a Favorite of Photographers
  • ISO 50
  • RMS 9 Granularity
  • High Sharpness and Unique Image Colors Producing
  • Full-Bodied Images and Three Dimensional Depth
  • Available in 35mm, 120/220, and 4x5 sheets
  • Extra Fine Grain, Excellent Sharpness and High Resolving Power
  • Grain, sharpness and resolution well exceeding current standards for ISO-50 reversal films
  • Dynamic Color Reproduction and Profound Color Tone Depiction
  • The highest chroma and most vibrant skin tones of all FUJICHROME films . Superb color depiction featuring deep, rich hues
  • Neutral Grays and Unsurpassed Shadow Depth
  • Fine neutral grays from the highlights to the shadows
  • The highest maximum density to date for more profound shadows and deeper blacks
  • Push-processing Suitability
  • Push-processing allowable up to one stop (equivalent to ISO 100) for underexposure compensation without color balance loss
  • Speed and color compensating filter values are included in each of the sheet film boxes.

Fujifilm Specifications

Material
Base Material: Cellulose Triacetate
Size

Base Thickness:
Rolls 135 ; 127 µm
120 ; 98 µm
220 ; 98 µm
Sheets; 205 µm
Mfr #
15757517
SKU
FJRVP50120

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4.8

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90%

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

x-process

I run the film through my holga and cross process it. It always has a slightly green tint. With long exposures, it brings out the grain and gets a glow around the frame edges from the predominant color in the frame. Make sure you have TONS of light (or just expose properly if you camera can do that). It's only 50iso, so a bright day is what it needs to shoot people.

Reviewed by 10 customers

 
5.0

Beautiful film.

By

Enough has been said about this film. One of the best landscape films ever produced.

 
5.0

only chrom I use

By

I use this for all my landscape work

 
5.0

I will always buy this film.

By

I use this film for all my color landscape photography

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Sweet Colors

By

Great Colors

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

My film of choice for lansdscape photog

By

I've been using Velvia50 for many years, almost exclusively for landscape, scenics, flowers .. I've had images scanned with a drum scanner and enlarged to 20x30 inches with outstanding sharpness and detail, great color, the grain is virtually undetectable in the images. I shoot mostly medium format.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I'm sorry that it is no longer made.

By

I'm sorry that it is no longer made. It was a great product. Loved the color and the slow speed.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

simply the best color film you can buy

By

i shoot 90% b&w so when i load up color i want the best possible color reproduction i can get with excellent enlargement capability

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

One of the best films I have every shoot

By

I would say that fuji Velvia RVP 50 Color Slide are the best I have used for my landscape and still life work, always been the right film for my Hasselblad 503CW and my Mamiya RZ67 Pro II. I never run out of them, they are so well maintained in my frej. and brought to normal room temperature before they get loaded to my camera backs.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

x-process

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I run the film through my holga and cross process it. It always has a slightly green tint. With long exposures, it brings out the grain and gets a glow around the frame edges from the predominant color in the frame. Make sure you have TONS of light (or just expose properly if you camera can do that). It's only 50iso, so a bright day is what it needs to shoot people.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

It's Baaa-aaaack!!!

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I couldn't stand it any longer, so I ordered this directly from Japan. UNLIKE Fuji's attempt to release the Velvia 100 (tee-hee...they'll never know), this is the real thing, very worthy of the name "Velvia." I'm shooting exactly the same as I did the original (Mamiya 645, ISO set to 32), and all of the saturated colors, rich contrast and overall "bling" is there! Of course it still makes people look like they just returned from a vacation on Venus, but hey, that's what Astia is for, right? I kept saying as long as Fuji makes Velvia, and Ilford makes Delta 100, I have no reason nor desire to go digital...meaning that Fuji has saved me from spending another jillion dollars on a digital setup. God bless Fuji!

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Shopper  HOW DO YOU VIEW 120 SLIDES?
RICHARD F  On a light table with a loupe Do you mean how do I project them? I don't. I have slides scanned to make large prints (>30x45 and large)
Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
ERIC G  It's velvia. Super sharp; deep colors and not very forgiving
Shopper  HOW DO YOU VIEW 120 SLIDES?
RICHARD F  On a light table with a loupe Do you mean how do I project them? I don't. I have slides scanned to make large prints (>30x45 and large)
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