Pictorico — Transparent Film
Pictorico transparent films meet the most stringent quality requirements for prepress film and screen printing. At the same time, they are highly cost-efficient, making them ideal for volume use. Featuring Pictorico's advanced crystal coating on polyester-based film, these superb films deliver high resolution output and excellent transport stability. Compatible with both dye and pigment inkjets, they deliver high D-max (maximum color density) and sharply defined ink dot reproduction. Moreover, superior water resistance and image durability ensure outstanding storage stability.
OHP Transparency Film (TPU100)
Create great first impressions. Putting together an important presentation? Pictorico's OHP Transparency Film delivers crisp, easy-to-read text, brilliant, non-smear colors, and water-resistant images that enhance your visual display. Interested in making platinum/palladium prints with OHP Transparency Film? Learn more about how world-renowned digital photographer Dan Burkholder uses OHP Transparency Film to make contact prints. Dan Burkholder's "Making Digital Negatives for Contact Printing" remains the definitive resource for photographers who want to combine the new technologies with classic printing methods. Try his new technique of using our Photo Gallery Hi-Gloss White Film as a digital negative for printing on silver gelatin paper.
Ultra Premium OHP Transparency Film (TPS100)
- Holds 25% more ink than prior OHP version
- Excellent compatibility with Epson K3 inks
- Thickness: 145 μm
- More milky than prior OHP version
- Recommended for film positives and negatives for screen/flexo printing and contact prints.
- Roll sizes are 13"x66', 17"x66', 24"x66', 36"x66', 42"x66'
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Christopher James says:
"With the loss of many traditional contact negative materials, Pictorico has filled the void allowing alternative process artists to produce digitally generated negatives for even the most discerning photographer… a perfect blend of 19th c. romanticism and 21st c. technologies."