KODAK PROFESSIONAL Inkjet Photo Paper, Metallic Finish allows users to produce stunning metallic prints previously only available in a traditional darkroom. The metallic, high gloss finish duplicates the characteristics of similar pearlescent darkroom papers users have
preferred for years. It has a larger color gamut and higher Dmax to ensure that color captured in-camera reproduces more accurately, while producing deeper, richer blacks, an expanded dynamic range and additional detail in shadow areas. This paper is compatible with all leading dye and pigment photo inkjet printers.
|Material||PE gloss paper|
|Gauge||255 +/- 7 microns|
|Software Setting||The coating is engineered for more than 300% ink coverage. A photo gloss, satin or semi-gloss setting is recommended as a starting point. However, a custom ICC profile is ideal to ensure optimal results.|
|Light-fastness||Inkjet ink fading time is based on the inks you use and the print display environment. For light-fastness data contact the ink manufacturer.|
|Finishing/Post Processing||It is always recommended that you protect the printed side by mounting under glass, laminating, clear coating, or using photographic sleeves. This will help ensure image durability and stability. Pressure sensitive laminates provide the best bond. Applying the laminate by hand is not recommended.|
|Handling Recommendations||Avoid touching the coated surface and use cotton gloves when handling inkjet coated materials. Rolls of Kodak inkjet media come with the coated side facing out.|
|Ideal Storage Conditions||70° F (21° C), 50% R.H. (a controlled environment is recommended); store in original packaging|
|Shelf Life||1 year from the BMG ship date when stored in proper conditions.|
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