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The ultimate in D-2 composite digital video fidelity and performance

Fujifilm D2001 videocassettes represent a culmination of our advanced metal tape manufacturing technology and digital video expertise. Offering a new high in video and audio reproduction quality for D-2 composite digital VTR systems, they are designed and manufactured to meet the most stringent performance standards in the broadcast industry.

A Videocassette Specifically Designed to Maximize Composite Digital VTR Performance

Fujifilm Super-Fine Metallix metal magnetic particles were specifically developed to meet composite digital video needs, and ensure excellent video and audio S/N. Tape durability is also outstanding, with stable tape transport over a wide range of temperature conditions. And thanks to our surface-treatment technology, the tape surface is ultra-smooth for superior tape to head contact and minimal head wear.

Extended Still & High-Speed Playback

Extended still capability is offered to meet the demands of editing, and the long pauses and high-speed searches that it entails. Thanks to the superior quality of our Super-Fine Metallix magnetic particle and binder formulations, decreases RF output are minimal even after repeated search and pause operations.

Ultra-Low Error Rate

Exceptionally durable binder and backcoating materials are used to ensure that the error rate stays at an absolute minimum even after repeated recording and playback. The result is consistently high performance, with long tape life and the ultra-low error rate that professionals demand.

Technical Data

Magnetic Properties
Coercivity (Hc) 120 kA/m
Retentivity (Br) 265 mT
Physical Properties
Tape Thickness: Total 12.5 µm
Tape Width 19.01 mm
Yield Strength 30 N
Breaking Tensile Strength 90 N
Residual Elongation 0.04%
Video RF Output 0 dB*
Video S/N 0 dB*
Audio Sensitivity 0 dB*
Audio Frequency Response 0 dB*

Figures are typical values based on Fujifilm's standard measurement procedures.
The figures marked with * are comparisons with the Fujifilm reference tape.


Size Tape Length Recording Time Dimensions Weight
(With case)
Cassette Shell Case
S-6 56
+2m -0m
(184 ft.)
6 min. 172 x 109 x 33 mm 196 x 129 x 40 mm 400 g
(0.83 lbs.)
S-12 103
+2m -0m
(338 ft.)
12 min. 415 g
(0.92 lbs.)
S-22 183
+2m -0m
22 min. 445 g
(0.98 lbs.)
S-32 262
+2m -0m
(860 ft.)
32 min. 475 g
(1.05 lbs.)
M-6 56
+2m -0m
(184 ft.)
6 min. 245 x 150 x 33 mm 284 x 176 x 40 mm 735 g
(1.62 lbs.)
M-12 103
+2m -0m
(338 ft.)
12 min. 755 g
(1.67 lbs.)
M-22 183
+2m -0m
22 min. 785 g
(1.73 lbs.)
M-34 277
+2m -0m
(909 ft.)
34 min. 820 g
(1.81 lbs.)
M-64 515
+2m -0m
(1,690 ft.)
64 min. 905 g
(2.00 lbs.)
M-94 753
+2m -0m
(2,470 ft.)
94 min. 995 g
(2.20 lbs.)
L-126 1,041
+7m -0m
(3,416 ft.)
126 min. 366 x 206 x 33 mm 430 x 284 x 51 mm 2,385 g
(5.26 lbs.)
L-156 1,251
+7m -0m
(4,105 ft.)
156 min. 2,500 g
(5.51 lbs.)
L-188 1,505
+7m -0m
(4,938 ft.)
188 min. 2,515 g
(5.54 lbs.)
L-208 1,663
+7m -0m
(5,456 ft.)
208 min. 2,665 g
(5.88 lbs.)

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