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    Your dealer is not very professional. 100F is way different than 100. There are two types of velvia. In two speeds. There is velvia in 100 and 50-100 is supposed to replace fifty-and 100F
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    Thanks Mark, I agree, I don't know if it's lack of product knowledge or because they want to sell the 100F first, probably the former I think knowing them, unfortunately they're the only pro dealer in the area within a reasonable distance from my home ( I don't drive) and I only wanted one roll to try, I normally buy my film in tens or twentys mail order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bentley Boyd
    How many Fuji Velvias are they? I know it's only one roll, and I'll use it, but it appears there are two Velvia 100 emulsions so take care you get the right one.
    There are actually three Velvia's made: the traditional 50, replacement 100 and the 100F. I have heard of two more Velvia emulsions that are sold only in Japan as well.

    Here is an article on the new 100 that you may find interesting: http://www.kenrockwell.com/fuji/velvia100.htm
    http://www.kenrockwell.com/tech/velvia100f.htm
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