Endura papers are multi-layer color papers processed in RA4
chemistry that provide state-of-the-art image stability, thanks to
imaging science advances from Kodak. These technologies offer image
stability of more than 100 years before noticeable fading occurs in
the typical home display, and more than 200 years before fading
occurs in dark storage conditions.
In 1997, Kodak patented 2,5-diacylaminophenol couplers, which
provided excellent thermal stability combined with desirable color
hue. These couplers were incorporated into the Kodak photographic
paper in 1999. These couplers have been significantly improved for
use in Kodak Professionalís Endura family of papers. The papers
based on these couplers all have thermal stability that is
significantly better than any other color photographic paper.
This exceptional image stability gives us a strong advantage with
customers particularly wedding, portrait or fine art clients who
want to keep their photographs as heirlooms for generations.
SEE, TOUCH, &
for up to 200 Years
HD Photo Lab or
for Kodak Endura qualities.
(E Surface and Metallic pro paper)
There are distinct advantages
of printing images on traditional photographic paper that's long-lasting
and delivers appealing, accurate color.
Specific Kodak Endura paper benefits:
Proprietary dual layer coupler blending technology for excellent
Excellent flesh reproduction
Softer, smoother flesh reproduction from highlights to shadows
Excellent color accuracy
Endura silver halide prints are developed by a professional
laboratory insuring critical process controls
Improved color saturation
Brighter blues, cyan, purples and reds
Endura paper is able to deliver photographs that meet your quality
expectations today, as well as hold their historical value tomorrow.
Each print made on Endura paper supports an increased color gamut
that provides greater detail from highlights to shadows and softer,
smoother flesh tone reproduction. The increased color gamut also
means our clients' prints have a wider range of colors and hues
represented in their images while yielding consistent image quality,
whether the image was captured on film or digitally.