MPEG IMX

Overview

Outstanding image quality and reliability for next-generation MPEG IMX systems

Fujifilm MX321 videocassettes are specifically engineered to maximize the performance potential of the latest MPEG IMX video systems. They are manufactured using state-of-the-art videotape production technologies, and combine outstanding sound and image quality with the high reliability and durability that professional users demand. In addition, their long-term magnetic stability makes them ideal for archival use.

Newly Developed Magnetic Particles and Advanced Calendering Technology Assure High C/N Ratio

Fujifilm MX321 video tape features newly developed ultra-fine, high-output metal magnetic particles for outstanding performance. Extremely uniform in size, the particles are packed to extremely high density to assure high output and low noise for a high C/N ratio at all wavelengths. Performance is further enhanced by exclusive Fujifilm calendering technology that gives the magnetic layer surface a super-smooth finish for optimum head contact.

New Base Film and Binder Material for Superior Transport Stability and Durability

The base film assures smooth, stable tape transport and is exceptionally durable and resistant to deformation. The binder material offers superior adhesion and durability that reduces head clogging and increases reliability under the extreme demands of ENG/EFP fieldwork and video editing.

Changes in RF Output Level after Repeated Playbacks
Changes in RF Output Level after Still Playbacks

New Reel Offers Superior Winding

New reel design prevents air from being 'wound in' to the tape by assuring that air is expelled from the reel during high-speed shuttle operation. Tape is wound more evenly as a result, reducing the chance that damage will occur if the cassette is dropped or subjected to sudden impact.

Outstanding Long-Term Storage Characteristics

The ultra-fine magnetic particles are individually coated with an antioxidant to prevent magnetic performance from being degraded during long-term storage. As a result, the C/N ratio stays high for consistent playback performance of archived materials. The error rate also remains low after extended storage because we use exclusive technologies to prevent tape shrinkage and the mistracking that can result from track pattern deformation.

Technical Data

Magnetic Properties
Coercivity (Hc) 130 kA/m
Retentivity (Br) 252 mT
Physical Properties
Thickness Magnetic Layer 1.5 µm
Total 13.3 µm
Tape Width 12.65 mm
Yield Strength 20 N
Breaking Tensile Strength 40 N
Performance
Video RF Output 0 dB*
Video C/N 0 dB*
Audio Sensitivity 0 dB*
Audio Frequency Response 0 dB*

Note

  • The figures marked with * are comparisons with Fujifilm reference tape.
  • Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Line-up

Size Tape Length Recording Time Dimensions Weight
(With case)
PAL NTSC Cassette Shell Case
6S 30
+1m -0m
(98ft.)
7min. 6min. 156 x 96 x 25 mm 172 x 112 x 32 mm 210 g
(0.46 lbs.)
12S 53
+1m -0m
(174ft.)
14min. 12min. 216 g
(0.48 lbs.)
22S 92
+1m -0m
(302ft.)
26min. 22min. 226 g
(0.50 lbs.)
32S 131
+1m -0m
(430ft.)
38min. 32min. 237 g
(0.52 lbs.)
60S 239
+1m -0m
(784ft.)
71min. 60min. 265 g
(0.58 lbs.)
64L 260
+1m -0m
(853ft.)
76min. 64min. 254 x 145 x 25 mm 271 x 162 x 32 mm 604 g
(1.33 lbs.)
94L 376
+1m -0m
(1,234ft.)
112min. 94min. 635 g
(1.20 lbs.)
124L 493
+1m -0m
(1,618ft.)
148min. 124min. 666 g
(1.47 lbs.)
184L 725
+2m -0m
(2,379ft.)
220min. 184min. 728 g
(1.60 lbs.)

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