Quote Originally Posted by lxdude View Post
Maybe they were just wrong.

According to Fuji, Acros employs "Super Fine Sigma Grain Technology", which to my understanding is equivalent to T-grain.
Here's what Wackypedia says: "Tabular-grain film...includes nearly all color films, T-MAX films from Kodak..., Delta films from Ilford Photo and the Fujifilm Neopan films."
That would mean that the NEOPAN word is the T grain indicator not Acros, so then what's "Neopan Acros 100" vs just "neopan 400"?


~Stone

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