With the addition of this new low ISO, fine grain, high resolution, ultra-sharp daylight balanced color film you can now shoot with the same coveted emulsion used by Hollywood directors and cinematographers in bright, high contrast daylight with wonderful results! This emulsion is boasted by Kodak to be "the world’s finest grain film!"
Though CineStill has been extremely busy this past month working on their KICKSTARTER for medium format film, they have not stopped working on making motion picture film available in it's native 35mm format for still photography and expanding their current 35mm offerings.
The colors this film offers are really quite amazing and something quite different from anything else currently available. As with their previous 800Tungsten stock, CineStill's rem-jet "Premoval" makes this motion picture ( ECN2) film safe to process in standard C-41 photo lab machines or at home and the results are beyond that of any other films available to photographers.
This ISO 50 speed daylight balanced (5500K) motion picture emulsion is being offered in standard 36 exposure 135 format. This film is created from original fresh Kodak 50D stock and is optimized for a hybrid workflow, ideal for scanning. Treat this film as a low speed 50 ISO film when processing in C-41. May also be processed in motion picture ECN-2 chemistry.
-Color Balanced Daylight (5500K) color negative motion picture film stock for use as still photography film
-ISO 50/18░ in C-41 or ECN-2 Process
-Factory spooled in 36 exposures high quality 135 Non Dx-Coded Cartridges
-Rem-jet backing free, resulting in a unique halation effect
-Boasted to be the world’s finest grain film!
-Unrivaled highlight latitude
-Dynamic accurate color rendition
-High resolution with maximum sharpness
-Enhanced Scanning Performance
-Great for portraits and landscapes
-Recommended to process C-41 or you can process in ECN-2 chemistry by hand without worrying about rem-jet
Note: This film was designed to be processed in ECN-2 Chemicals and may still be processed in it's native chemistry. Test results show consistent in standard C-41 machine processing when compared with ECN-2 motion picture lab processing performed by professional labs. Long term archival stability has not been tested past 3 years. Expectations for archival longevity should be somewhere between Kodachrome and most C-41 films but there are no guarantees. We will replace any roll that shows any defect. We do not accept any liability beyond replacement of original film purchased.