The initials "UC" is for "Ultra Color”. It delivers an extra punch of color without sacrificing skin tones.
Photoshop Actions to Emulate Vintage Color Films
97.Kodak Pro 100 UC
98.Fujicolor Reala 100
An evolution of Fuji Superia 100, featuring some improvements, like the 4th color layer technology.
99.Fujicolor Superia 100
Primitive version of Fuji Reala 100, without the 4th color layer, inherited after the launching in USA.
100.Kodak Portra 160 (2011)
The finest film grain in Portra family. Launched in 2011 as a replacement of Portra 160 NC and VC.
101.Fujicolor Pro 160 S
Digital film simulation, where "S" stands for "Skin". It's the initial version of actual Fujicolor Pro 160 NS.
102.Fujicolor Pro 160 C
It was the early version of Fujicolor Pro 160 NS, where the "C" stands for "Color".
103.Kodak Portra 160 NC
Color film where "NC" stands for "Natural Color". It is used in various photographic fields.
104.Kodak Portra 160 VC
Vintage color film emulated in Photoshop action, where "VC" stands for "Vivid Color".
105.Kodak Portra 400 (2011)
Introduced in 2011 to replace NC and VC, incorporating advances from Kodak Vision Motion Pictures.
106.Fuji Pro 400 H
Where "H" stands for "High (speed)". Used in situations where accurate rendition is essential.
107.Kodak Portra 400 NC
Where "NC" stands for "Natural Color". It was replaced in 2011 by the new Kodak Portra 400.
108.Kodak Portra 400 VC
Where "VC" stands for "Vivid Color". This film was replaced in 2011 with Kodak Portra 400.
109.Fuji Pro 800 Z
Provides vibrant colors and smooth textures, suited especially to portrait and fashion photography.
110.Kodak Portra 800
The fastest Portra film, with medium density grain and very well balanced saturation.
111.Superia X-Tra 800
It provides a natural color reproduction in low-light scenes. Considered a multi-purpose film.
112.Fuji Superia 1600
The fastest film in Superia family, it is a multi-purpose choice. Its huge film grain provides great artistic look.
113.Kodak Ektar 10
Provides high saturation and lively eye-popping colors. It has the finer grain you can find in a color film.
114.Fuji NPS 160
Where NPS stands for "Natural Professional Stability". Designed for portrait photography under daylight.
115.Agfa Optima 120
Actually discontinued, it was used in daylight outdoor shootings, mainly at summer.
116.Kodak 200 Gold
It was originally designed to be shot under studio lighting, using a flash or photo lamps.
117.Kodak Royal Gold 400
It's considered the best ISO 400 film in the market due to its unmatched saturation and contrast.
118.Fuji Superia X-Tra 400
Traditionally used for moving action, when film speed is a must, it provides high end color interpretation.
119.Kodak Portra 400 UC
Where "UC" stands for "Ultra Color". It offers professional color accuracy, sharpness and saturation.
120.Kodak 400 HD
Color film considered to be the best in its category, where HD stands for "High Definition".
121.Agfa UltraColor 100
Film emulation action for photographers. It provides a very fine grain and renders very rich color tones.
122.Agfa Vista 200
Professional color negative film that provides that look characteristic of authentic memories.
123.Fuji Superia 200
Film which provides great richness of color and sharpness, in outdoor as well as outdoor shootings.
124.Kodak EliteColor 200
Film emulation action that offers amazing color accuracy, as well as sharpness and saturation.
125.Efiniti UXI Super 200
Negative film which produces very particular mood, saturation and tones, so unique and characteristic.
126.Fuji NPH 400
Where NPH stands for “Natural Portrait High (speed)", it has an impressive capacity to render skin tones.
127.Kodak EliteColor 400
This film, Photoshop emulated, belongs to the range of super professional color films from Kodak family.
Color negative film distinguished for its particular tones, rendering a kind of bluish-purple atmosphere.