ETERNA-RSN

Overview

Features and Uses

FUJIFILM PANCHROMATIC SOUND RECORDING FILM ETERNA-RSN 35mm Type 4425 (PET) is a high definition, fine grain and high contrast, panchromatic black and white film designed for recording optical analog and digital sound tracks: DTS (Digital Theater System), DOLBY Digital and SONY SDDS (SONY Dynamic Digital Sound). The polyester base used in ETERNA-RSN is equipped with an anti-static layer, which eliminates concerns about dust and features enhanced durability enabling a wider range of use.

This film delivers excellent results when exposed and processed to print sound tracks on Fujicolor print film ETERNA-CP and can be used with the same outstanding results on all print films from other manufacturers.

Specifications

Spectral Sensitivity Curve
[fig.]Spectral Sensitivity Curve
Characteristic Curve
[fig.]Characteristic Curve
Contrast Transfer Function(CFT)
[fig.]Contrast Transfer Function(CFT)

Spatial frequency attenuation characteristic or amplitude relative to rectangular wave chart. (It should be noted, however, that the data presented was normalized with the amplitude of zero frequency.)

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Overview

Features and Uses

FUJIFILM ORTHOCHROMATIC SOUND RECORDING FILM ETERNA-RSN 35mm Type 4415 (PET) is a high definition, fine grain and high contrast, orthochromatic black and white film designed for recording optical analog and digital sound tracks: DTS (Digital Theater System) and DOLBY Digital. The polyester base used in ETERNA-RSN is equipped with an anti-static layer, which eliminates concerns about dust and features enhanced durability enabling a wider range of use.

This film delivers excellent results when exposed and processed to print sound tracks on Fujicolor print film ETERNA-CP and can be used with the same outstanding results on all print films from other manufacturers.

Specifications

Spectral Sensitivity Curve
[fig.]Spectral Sensitivity Curve
Characteristic Curve
[fig.]Characteristic Curve
Contrast Transfer Function(CFT)
[fig.]Contrast Transfer Function(CFT)

Spatial frequency attenuation characteristic or amplitude relative to rectangular wave chart. (It should be noted, however, that the data presented was normalized with the amplitude of zero frequency.)

Adobe® Reader® is required to see the PDF data.