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    fuji pro800z

    has anyone here used the fuji pro 800 film?
    i have used the older version of this, without
    any issues. does it have the 4th layer technology like the 160c+400h ?
    i'm going to be doing some avail. light interiors and i liked using the older version for this sort of thing ...

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    I've used Fuji PRO 800Z -- and I like it - a LOT. It will be my replacement for AgfaColor 400 -- out of necessity, rather than choice. I consider the Fuji to be a close second. Close, but still second.

    "Fourth layer color technology"? I don't know - I haven't really paid much attention. Check out Fuji's web site -- I'm sure they have data sheets available.
    Carpe erratum!!

    Ed Sukach, FFP.

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    John,

    What do you call the 'older version'? Pro 800Z is just NPZ with a new name. It does have the fourth cyan-sensitive layer. I used to use a lot of it, until Portra 800 was improved.

    Best,
    Helen

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    thanks ed and helen!

    i appreciate your input and experience.

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