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Fujifilm Fujicolor Crystal Archive Type II Paper (20 x 24", Matte, 50 Sheets)

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Fujifilm Fujicolor Crystal Archive Type II Paper (20 x 24
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The Fujifilm Fujicolor Crystal Archive Type II Paper (20 x 24", Matte, 50 Sheets) is formulated to produce outstanding image quality for all printing formats, from contact prints to mural sizes.

Crystal Archive is an excellent paper to use when long-term image storage and stability is desired. It is fade resistant In addition, this paper handles extremely well and will tolerate occasional variances in image processing better than other papers. When your work is stored below 50°F and with a relative humidity of 30-50%, you can expect a storage life of more than 20 years.

  •     Silver halide paper for both traditional and digital printing
  •     Excellent image stability
  •     More detail in highlight areas as well as improved whites
  •     When used in conjunction with the digital minilab Frontier 570, it enables the realization of super-fast processing, resulting in a dramatic improvement in productivity
  •     Use with Frontier 330, 340, 350, 355, 370, 375, 390, 570 machines

Fujicolor Crystal Archive Type II Paper (20 x 24", Matte, 50 Sheets) (Part #: 600008950)
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