Immer gekühlt aufbewart.
Der FP 100 C ist ein professioneller Sofortbild-Farbfilm im Trennbildverfahren. Er zeichnet sich durch eine außerordentlich gute Bildqualität und eine ausgezeichnete Farbreproduktion aus.
Die Filme sind in der Farbbalance auf Tageslicht ausgelegt und zur Belichtung bei Tageslicht oder Elektronenblitz geeignet.
Dieser Film eignet sich anstelle des Polaroid STUDIO.
Film Format: 85(B) x 108(H) mm
Bild Format: 73(B) x 95(H) mm
Blatt: 10 pro Packung
FILM HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
* Each film sheet contains a caustic (highly alkaline) processing fluid. Never cut, tear or punch holes in unused films. Avoid skin contact with this processing fluid.
* Peeled-apart negative sheets should be folded inward upon themselves when discarded. When discarding negative sheets and other waste materials, be sure to avoid contact with children, pet animals, paper, clothes, furniture and other important objects or materials.
* Should you get some of this processing fluid on your skin, flush it off immediately with lots of water. If any of the fluid gets into your mouth or eyes, flush the affected area immediately with lots of water, then see your doctor.
* Photographic properties may change with time. Be sure to use the film before the expiration date on the package.
* Avoid opening a film pack or loading a camera under direct sunlight. After opening the film, do not leave it in a bright place. Load it into the camera as quickly as possible.
* When handling a film pack, do not put pressure on the light-shielding cover sheet or within the slots on the rear of the pack. This may cause a film-ejection failure or unevenness in the photo.
* Unprocessed film should be kept away from X-rays used to inspect checked-in baggage, etc. at airport terminals. Strong X-rays can cause fogging of unprocessed film. It is recommended such film be placed in your carry-on baggage whenever possible. (Consult with airport personnel for details.)
* Film fogging may occur in hospitals, factories, laboratories and other locations using X-rays. Keep films away from radiation sources.
* The photographic and physical properties of film are adversely affected by high temperature and humidity, as well as by formalin vapor and other harmful gases. To minimize these adverse effects, film should be stored in a dry, well-ventilated place.
* For long-term storage, keep film in a refrigerator [at a temperature below 10°C (50°F)]. Place opened film packs into polyethylene or vinyl bags before refrigerating them.
* After removing film from a refrigerator, you should wait (at least 12 hours) for it to reach room temperature before opening it. If you open the film while it is still cold, it may be adversely affected by condensation.
* After loading film into a camera, you should expose it as soon as possible.
* Cameras loaded with film should be stored with as little exposure as possible to harmful gases, high temperatures, and high humidity. New building materials (such as coated plywood) and newlymanufactured furniture, paints and bonding agents are a possible source of formalin vapor. Do not store loaded cameras or film within their vicinity.