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My friend is shooting PROVIA 100F. I told him about reciprocity when he shoots more than second. I was surprised when download from FUJIFILM.com technical pdf for this film. I found there than times shorter than 128 seconds dont need any correction! How is that ? Can you explain it to me ?
-- Martin Kapostas (email@example.com), October 03, 2001
The same numbers are printed in the Fujifilm Data Guide, so I think you can trust them. From my experience with other Fuji Chromes, I gave some compensation at start, which resulted in overexposure. This film is a blessing for low light shooters!
-- Paul Schilliger (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 03, 2001.
Most color neg films still exhibit receprocity at 1 second or longer, but as mentioned above, the newer reversal films are different. Trust the specs.
-- Richard Stum (email@example.com), October 03, 2001.
I just started shooting color again using Provia 100F. At first I was skeptical about the reciprocity thing, but I tested it and it all works out. It makes low-light shooting so much less of a hassle.
-- David Munson (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 03, 2001.
anyone tried Provia 100F in much longer exposures, i.e., 30 minutes or more? i've been shooting velvia all these years and it gets pretty out-there reciprocity-wise when the exposures get really long.
-- chris jordan (email@example.com), October 04, 2001.
30 minutes !? Are you shooting in moonlight, Chris? Had renounced after some failures on other films, but it should be possible with the 100F!
-- Paul Schilliger (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 07, 2001.