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Agfa upgrades reversal films - From May, Agfa's CTprecisa reversal films will feature a new look and optimised production technology.

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From May, Agfa's CTprecisa reversal films will feature a new look and optimised production technology.

Available in 35 mm format for 36 exposures and in two speeds, ISO 100 and ISO 200, the new packaging immediately communicates the most important information, while a typical motif for a slide instantly identifies the contents as a reversal film. Agfa claims CTprecisa films offer maximum precision for colour slides, possessing extreme definition and fine grain in both of the available speeds - ISO 100 and ISO 200.

Agfa says the film's high maximum densities and exactly linear colour density curves produce extraordinary precision in key photographic properties:

  • Faithful, natural colour reproduction - both of bright colours and
    of delicate shades.
  • Good colour balance. The critical grey shades are free of colour
    casts - from pure white to deep black.
  • Exact colour discrimination - for fine nuances of detail, even in
    difficult areas with highlights and shadows.
  • Outstanding process stability - for highly dependable results, not
    only in the standard process, but also when pushed, resulting in a correspondingly wide range of use.

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