[Alt-photo] Re: density Pictorico film
christinazanderson at gmail.com
Mon Nov 4 15:58:15 UTC 2013
Sandy et al,
This is interesting. I don't use, nor feel the need to, buy the Ultra Premium (is that the black label one?) but I do use the regular Pictorico and add 1/2 stop (by dividing the final printing time by .707). WIth your logs if I read logs correctly you are adding less than I, correct? I don't have a UV densitometer and just do it all by math and the Stouffers.
Christina Z. Anderson
On Nov 4, 2013, at 6:29 AM, Sandy King wrote:
> Early versions of Pictorico, back around 2000, measured about log 0.13 - 0.17 by UV transmitted light. Current versions, including Ultra Premiums, measure about log 0.25 - 0.26 by UV light. I have measured Pictorico with both an X-Rite 361T and a Gretage D200II so I am confident the density readings are reliable.
> On Nov 4, 2013, at 4:09 AM, Christian Nze wrote:
>> I have some revolution transfer HD and premium and also tecco at home if
>> you want some sample
>> just send me your address
>> 2013/11/4 Erich Camerling <e.camerling at tiscali.nl>
>>> Dear Members,
>>> With my 365 nm UV-Densitometer I measured the optical densities of :
>>> -Colorgate Screenfilm (from 2007 !) D=0.67. I ordered a new piece
>>> because they told me they have a new, better quality (CG Screenfilm) and I
>>> want to measure that ( 0.13 ??)
>>> -Permajet Digital transfer film 165 µ. D=0.39
>>> -Agfa Copyjet D=0.28.
>>> But I don't have Mitsubishi Pictorico OHP,premium OHP nor Pictorica OHP
>>> Can anybody send me a small piece? (5 x 5 cm) is enough.
>>> I will put the data on the alt-photo site.
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