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Image Stability and Performance of a New Silver Halide Color Paper for Digital Printers: Crystal Archive Paper type One

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FUJICOLOR CRYSTAL ARCHIVE PAPER TYPE ONE is a silver halide color paper designed for digital printers, and is capable of yielding high-image-quality digital prints, especially when it is used with the Digital Minilab Frontier. This color paper allows the attainments of enhanced suitability to high-intensity laser exposure, excellent image stability, brilliant whiteness, and consistent processing result. These features were brought about by the following technologies.

(1) APC (Advanced Photoelectron Controlling) Technology

This technology is to control the behavior of photoelectrons created by high-intensity laser exposure in order to provide high-image-quality digital prints without deterioration of latent image stability by enhancing the concentration of latent image formation.

(2) HDS (Hybrid Dye-image Stability) Technology

This technology enhances the stability of the anti-fading agent to produce unparalleled image permanence.

(3) WE (Whiteness Enhancing) Technology and RR (Resistance to Radiation) Technology

The development of WE technology brings about brilliant whites by retarding the formation of residual dyes during processing. This technology also provides brilliant whites, which do not change among batches by suppressing fog formation due to environmental radiation.

(4) PS (Process Stabilizing) Technology

This technology depends on new chemical sensitization technology, which makes it possible to achieve the required level of sensitivity with smaller silver halide grains than before, and provides more consistent results with faster rate of development than before even when exhausted solutions are used.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2002-01-01

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