CineStill 50D Daylight Xpro C-41 120
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The films of CineStill bring the unique look & feel of cinema film to 120 “still” film!
CineStill 50 Daylight, is the second film by the American film manufacturer CineStill. Unlike its 800 Tungsten brother, this film can be used without a correction filter in ordinary daylight (5500K). The film is based on the original Kodak Vision3 50D cinema film and was further optimized, resulting in a finer and improved sharpness. CineStill also paid attention to the scanning performance of the emulsion, making it easy to scan the film without any loss of quality.
The film delivers bright, high contrasts in daylight, and the typical smooth colours also stand out. CineStill 50D can easily be developed in the classic C-41 development process for colour films, without having to worry about things like remjet. The film can of course also be developed in the original Kodak ECN-2 chemistry for Picture Motion Film.
CineStill 50 Daylight is now produced using a new and improved production process that guarantees the permanence of the film emulsion for at least two years. The shelf life has therefore been drastically improved.
Be sure to take a look at this Flickr group and be surprised by this unique film!
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