What is the difference between 100, 200, 400, & 800 ISO/Film speeds?
*Fuji 100 ISO Film is generally used for brightly-lit subjects,
outdoors, and electronic flash photography.
*Fuji 200 ISO Film is generally an all-around type film for still photos
or better flash distance compared to 100 ISO.
*Fuji X-TRA 400 ISO Film is suitable for daylight, twilight, and indoor
shooting and for candid snapshots and sports action, available light or
*New Superia X-TRA 800 ISO Film is ideal for sports and low light
photography without flash, and extends the flash distance compared to
Can I store my new rolls of packaged Fuji Film in the freezer or
refrigerator, if I am not going to use it for awhile?
For long term storage you may keep your Fuji Film in the freezer, below
32 degrees Fahrenheit. Or, for everyday storage during times when the
temperature is higher, you may store your film in the refrigerator.
However, please note, before use, allow films to stand at
room-temperature for over 1 hour. Opening the package/box while film is
cold may cause harmful condensation.
Is there any danger to bringing my Fuji film through an airport x-ray
In an effort to make the skies safer for the traveling public, new
scanner technology, which detects explosive devices, is being installed
at many airports around the country. Because of its silver content,
photographic film, especially bricks of film, appear particularly
suspect. Unfortunately, the new scanners are fogging undeveloped film
left in checked baggage. Unlike the airport x-ray equipment of the past
which had little or no effect on unprocessed film, the Photographic
& Imaging Manufacturers Association has tested the new CTX5000
scanners at the request of the FAA and determined they have the
potential to damage both unprocessed color and black and white film.
Processed film is unaffected.
Please follow these suggestions to help avoid damage to your film by these new scanners.
* Make sure there is no unprocessed film in your checked baggage.
* Carry your undeveloped film with you as carry-on baggage and ask for
hand inspection whenever possible.
* When carrying large amounts of unprocessed film, contact the airline
prior to your flight to arrange for a special baggage inspection. When
possible, send your film via a cargo carrier that will certify that the
film won't be x-rayed. The FAA and PIMA are currently working on
guidelines with respect to this situation.
Can I have a reprint made of my picture if I don't have a negative?
It is possible to have copy prints made from originals at retailers who
have Fujifilm's Aladdin Picture Center machines. Check with your local
Does Fujifilm make different types of APS format film, such as black
& white, or slide?
Fujifilm offers Nexia color print film in the APS format for 100, 200,
400 and 800 ISO film speeds, all utilizing Fujifilm's exclusive 4th
color layer coating technology. We do not manufacture slide or black
& white film in the APS (24mm) format.