Spotlight

Spotlight 108: Making night time photos a reality

At the beginning of the 1950s, amateur photography was beginning to take off. Addressing these new needs, Fujifilm introduced NEOPAN SS, a new monochrome roll film. Its big innovation was the extremely high sensitivity: it offered an ASA film speed of 100, and with it 2.5 times the sensitivity until then available. NEOPAN SS was also accurately replicating the color sensitivity of the human eye and offered a very wide exposure latitude. A true Fujifilm innovation, NEOPAN SS made previously rare nighttime photography accessible to pros and amateurs alike. The history of Fujifilm is a history of valuable innovation!   More

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