25 spindle pack of blank single layer DVD-R discs from FujiFilm

25 Pack FujiFilm DVD-R Spindle Pack, 4.7GB, 120 min, Upto 16x, Single layer

Fujifilm
Scan code: LN71519 Manufacturer code: P10DVMGY10A Request call
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Product Overview Fujifilm is one of the leading providers of imaging and information products. Fujifilm and its employees are committed to providing consumers and professionals with the most innovative and highest-quality imaging and information products and services. The company's technological breakthroughs have played a major role in working towards achieving this goal. Features • Type: DVD-R
• Direct Disc Labeling: No
• Number of Layers: Single Layer
• Pack Size: 25
• Single Side / Double Side: Single Side
• Size: 12 cm DVD
• Storage capacity in MB: 4700
Specifications
Specifications
Capacity 4.7GB
Pack Style Spindle
Media Type DVD-R
Type DVD-R
Recording Speed 16x
Blu-ray Single Sided No
Single Layer Yes
Dual Layer No
Disk Surface Matt Silver
Video Recording Time 120 min
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25 spindle pack of blank single layer DVD-R discs from FujiFilm
25 spindle pack of blank single layer DVD-R discs from FujiFilm