XPF


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XPF

The ISO 4217 currency code for the CFP Franc.

XPF

ISO 4217 currency code for the CPF franc. The CPF franc is used in former French colonies in the South Pacific, namely French Polynesia, New Caledonia, and Wallis and Futuna. It was introduced in 1945 to spare French colonies from the severe devaluation necessary to the French franc following World War II. Between 1949 and 1999, it was pegged to the French franc; since then, it has been pegged to the euro. See also: CFA franc.
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rolls of film or a small point-and-shoot camera; the large XPF 8 bag
XPF 8 strength also comes in a 3-foot roll to wrap film bricks or
FilmShield XPF 20 is for sensitive higher speed film, such as 400 ISO
XPF 20 is a maximum-strength, soft lead composite sealed
XPF 20 comes in two sizes that hold between three and 15 rolls
SIMA recommends using the appropriate strength FilmShield XPF to protect film from damage by airport security equipment:
Use FilmShield XPF 8 to protect 200 ISO, 100 ISO, or other slower
Use FilmShield XPF 20 to protect 400 ISO and 800 ISO from high dosage
or for any amount of motion picture film, use FilmShield XPF 8