Ochiva, Dan
November 2005
Millimeter;Nov2005, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p31
Trade Publication
The article highlights Fuji Photo Film USA Inc.'s Fujifilm Super DLTtape II tape and cartridge for tape recording sounds. The benefits of the device include very low self-demagnetization, increased high-frequency output and a higher recording density. The tape offers a native capacity of 300GB and works with Quantum's SDLT 600A tape drive.


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