Fuji Film 35 mm Cross-Reference Table

A Work In Progress

Fuji Velvia 50 will be discontinued by December 2005.

New FujiColor NPZ 800 Film replaces NHG II 800 as of Feb 2005.

Like the Kodak Film Cross-Reference Table and the MISC Film Cross-Reference Table there is no master table on the Fuji site. I had to look at each PDF to find it out. Fuji though does, mostly, put the common name on the film as well as the speed in plain English so it much easier to identify.

This is best printed in landscape mode.

Class Common Name Name Code Emulsion Number
Fujichrome Velvia Professional RVP
Fujichrome Sensia 100 RA RH-605
Fujichrome Sensia 200 RM  
Fujichrome Sensia 400 RH RH-211
Fujichrome Provia 1600 Professional RSP RSP-411
Fujichrome Provia 400 Professional RHP RHP-211
Fujichrome Provia 400 F Professional RHP III
Fujichrome Provia 100 F Professional RDP III RDPIII
Fujichrome Velvia RVP ASA 50 Fuji RVPP RVP-501
Fujichrome Velvia 100 F    
Fujichrome 64T (Tungsten) RTP II  
Fujichrome Astia 100F  
Fujichrome Pro 64T Type II Professional RTPII
Fujichrome 64T Type II RPTII RPTS RPTS-701
Fujichrome ASTIA 100 RAP RAP
Fujichrome ASTIA F 100    
Fujichrome Duplicating Film CDU Type II DCU II DCU II-301
Fujicolor Super HG 1600 CU RMS RMS-451
Fuji Neopan 1600
Fuji Neopan 400
Fuji Neopan 100
Fuji Neopan Acros 100
Fujicolor Nexis 100 (APS)
Fujicolor Professional 800 (Daylight) NHG II NHG II NHGII 800-064
Fujicolor Professional 400 (Daylight) NHG II NPH II NPHII-400
Fujicolor Superia 100 CN
Fujicolor Superia 100 Reala CS
Fujicolor Superia 200 CA CA CA-200
Fujicolor Superia X-Tra 400 SUPRA 400
Fujicolor Superia X-Tra 800 SUPRA 800
Fujicolor Superia 1600  
Fujicolor Press 400
Fujicolor Press 800
Fujicolor Press 1600
Fujicolor Nexis 200 (APS)
Fujicolor Nexis 400 (APS)
Fujicolor CS Reala 100  
Fujicolor 160 NPS Professional NPS
Fujicolor 160 NPC Professional NPC
Fujicolor 400 NPH Professional NPH
Fujicolor 800 NPZ Professional NPZ

April 2005

Note: THE APS system does not allow people to open the film containers so they did not publish the numbers in their spec sheet. All their film has the FUJI name imprinted on it in front of the film name. Some items did not have any code numbers on the spec sheet.

The professional grade film has been aged - processed - to ensure consistent color accuracy to consistently meet the specs set by Fuji before being packaged and should be stored in a refrigerator at all times till just before use.

Consumer grade film the color specs should only be used as a rough guide since as film ages and the temp of film is altered over time the colors shift from what they were at the factory.

I created this table by hand and endeavored not to create any reading / typing mistakes. If any are discovered please e-mail with the correct codes.

July 2005