Fujifilm Fujichrome Velvia RVP 50 Color Slide Film ISO 50, 35mm Size, 36 Exposure, RVP50-36,

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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.

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Consistent (18),Reproduces well (18),Accurate (16),Reliable tonal range (12),Scans well (12),Good tonal range (4)
Best Uses:
Artwork (13),Travel (13)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (11),Semi-pro photographer (5),Pro photographer (4)

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 #
16329161
SKU
FJRVP5036

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
4.8

(based on 24 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (19)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great for nature, not for skin tones

This and Kodachrome are your best choices for high quality photography, giving the nod, however to Kodachrome if you have people in the frame and you need perfect skin tone reproduction. But if travel and nature pics are your preference, this film will definately provide outstanding results.

Reviewed by 24 customers

 
4.0

REPEAT BUYER

By

from Lubbock, Texas

it's the best there is since the demise of Kodachrome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
4.0

The Classic

By

from Boulder, Co  -  Photo Enthusiast

This is the most distinctive reversal film available - very saturated, very fine grained, lots and lots of character. For landscape, not people. Somewhat hard to work with, but when the stars align, it's quite impressive. Not exactly a natural look. 50 ISO is quite slow for most hand-held work. It seems to have more limited dynamic range than Provia or Velvia 100. It is expensive - although Adorama has the best prices I've seen.

 
5.0

Awesome Colors!!

By

from Stratford, CT  -  Pro Photographer

I use this when shooting subjects with vivid colors and this film really pops. The only con is that you need to get your exposure dialed in as this film offers very little margin for error but when you nail it the results are awesome!

 
5.0

Outstanding Transparency Film

By

from Jeffersonville, Indiana USA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I have been shooting Velvia RVP for many years and am extremely satisfied with it. The deep color saturation, sharpness, wide contrast latitude, and extremely fine grain make it perfect for any photography with the only exception of people portraiture. In any other case such as landscapes or colorful subjects this is my go to film bar none. Since this is a very slow film it's best to use a steady hand in low light or a tripod for best results. I have even used it for fireworks time exposures with great results. Transparencies can be transferred to paper enlargements if you like. Refrigerate this film on receipt. Try it you will not be disapointed! As usual Adorama delivers quickly and great customer service!

 
5.0

Fullfills all needs for projection in 3D

By

from Switzerland and Van Nuys, CA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Always best quality for Stereoscopy without compromise I use only this product and produced 10,000 slides equal to 5,000 Images

 
5.0

Pleases don't stop making this !

By

from los angeles  -  Photo Enthusiast

Good old film with color like mad.

 
5.0

I would buy again and again

By

from Michigan  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use it underwater and it is perfict

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wonderful

By

from Chicago,IL  -  Photo Enthusiast

great colors

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Superior with excellent saturation

By

from Vinalhaven, ME  -  Pro Photographer

This film has excellent color saturation with clean grain and faithful color reproduction. The ISO rating limits it's applications, but every situation has the right film. I have never pushed the processing with this film, so I don't know how it performs when forced. I have used this stock with superior results for more than ten years and it has remained consistent. I still shoot film!!!

 
5.0

Great film

By

from Nova Scotia  -  Photo Enthusiast

Excellent film.

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stan v  How well di it work? Where do you get it processed ? Ive been away from shooting slide film for some time.
AUGUST K  Personally, I enjoy all types of Fuji film, but this stuff takes the cake. It has wonderful colors and shadows. Definitely a great film. In terms of getting it processed, that may depend on where you live if you want to get it developed locally (or mostly local). From what I've seen, if you happen to live in or near a city of a larger population or has a college offering a photography arts program, you may be in luck to find a independent shop that can develop your film. Do a google search for places that develop film in your town and surrounding area, that's how I did mine. An independent shop will take better care (usually) of your negatives, but they may be expensive since film developing is a dying craft. If there is no such luck in finding a place near you, there are photo labs that you can ship to that you can find online. They tend to have a lot of services and options, so take your time and reading and doing research on what best fits you. The prices vary as well, but remember, these people will be processing tons of film at a time and your stuff may get lost in the mix, but it might not. Before going with a lab, I'd find some photo groups on Flickr that deal with slide film, for instances there is a specific group on Flickr for Fuji Velvia actually, and ask around as to where everyone get's their film developed and what they like and what they don't like. Also, you can check out all the cool pictures the members have taken with that film so you can have an idea as to what to expect when you get your film developed. I do that a lot when I want to check out a new film to see if it's the right fit for what I want to do. Hope that helped, and happy shooting!
Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
ERIC G  It's velvia. Super sharp; deep colors and not very forgiving
stan v  How well di it work? Where do you get it processed ? Ive been away from shooting slide film for some time.
AUGUST K  Personally, I enjoy all types of Fuji film, but this stuff takes the cake. It has wonderful colors and shadows. Definitely a great film. In terms of getting it processed, that may depend on where you live if you want to get it developed locally (or mostly local). From what I've seen, if you happen to live in or near a city of a larger population or has a college offering a photography arts program, you may be in luck to find a independent shop that can develop your film. Do a google search for places that develop film in your town and surrounding area, that's how I did mine. An independent shop will take better care (usually) of your negatives, but they may be expensive since film developing is a dying craft. If there is no such luck in finding a place near you, there are photo labs that you can ship to that you can find online. They tend to have a lot of services and options, so take your time and reading and doing research on what best fits you. The prices vary as well, but remember, these people will be processing tons of film at a time and your stuff may get lost in the mix, but it might not. Before going with a lab, I'd find some photo groups on Flickr that deal with slide film, for instances there is a specific group on Flickr for Fuji Velvia actually, and ask around as to where everyone get's their film developed and what they like and what they don't like. Also, you can check out all the cool pictures the members have taken with that film so you can have an idea as to what to expect when you get your film developed. I do that a lot when I want to check out a new film to see if it's the right fit for what I want to do. Hope that helped, and happy shooting!
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