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The World’s First Motion Picture Film with Fujifilm’s 4th Color Layer

Fuji Reala 500D is the world’s only 500-speed daylight-balanced negative film.

Its high speed allows shooting in very low-light daylight and also at f-stops offering greater depth of field. Its speed compensates for the wider apertures required with anamorphic lenses and the effective light loss attendant on “over-cranking” for slow motion effects.

This is the world’s only film with Fujifilm’s patented color optimized 4th layer technology.

A special advantage is the ability to remove “green spike” from un-corrected fluorescent and sodium lighting mixed with daylight sources.


Spectral density curves
[fig.]Spectral density curves
Characteristic curves
[fig.]Characteristic curves

In order to simulate conditions closest to practical use, exposure was made under a 5400K light source, through a Fuji SC-41 ultraviolet absorbing filter. Processing was carried out under standard conditions and the three color densities (status M) were measured. The results of measurements are plotted as characteristic curves.

Contrast transfer function*
[fig.]Contrast transfer function

*Spatial frequency attenuation characteristic of amplitude relative to rectangular wave chart.
(Presented data is normalized for amplitude of zero frequency.)

Spectral sensitivity curves
[fig.]Spectral sensitivity curves

Processing : Specified standardized conditions
Densitometry : Arbitrary three color densities
Density : 0.40 above minimum density
Sensitivity : Reciprocal of exposure (ergs/cm²) required to produce specified density

RMS granularity

4.0 (1,000 times the data obtained from measurement taken at a visual diffuse density 1.0 above minimum density; a 48µm diameter aperture used)


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