Cinestill 50 Daylight Color Negative Film (35mm, 135/36Exp.)

Cinestill
Product #:
CSF800235
Manufacturer #:
CINE50D36EXP
UPC:
4260243553602
  • Cinestill 50 Daylight
  • For 35 mm film cameras
  • Non-DX-coded 135 color negative film
  • ISO 50/30°
  • Offers distinct halation effect
  • Develops in C-41 or ECN-2 process
  • Perfect for bright, daylight conditions
  • Responds well to push-processing
  • Impressive scanning performance
  • Optimized emulsion
  • Produces fine grain
  • 36 exposures

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Exposures:
36
Film Type:
135; Color Negative
Film Type:
Refers to the development process by which the particular film uses. The most common are black and white, color negative (C-41), and color reversal (E-6)
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Film Size:
35MM
Film Size:
Refers to the format of the film being used. (35mm, 120, 4x5, etc...)
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Film Speed:
50
Film Speed:
Refers to the ISO rating of the film. Film speed relates to light sensitivity. The higher the ISO, the more sensitive the film is to light.
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Our Price: $14.50

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Overview

Take photographs of cinematic image quality with your film roll cameras, by using the Cinestill 50 Daylight Color Negative Film. It offers a low-speed ISO of 50/18°, making it ideal for photography sessions under bright light. This film produces a distinct halation effect, which helps in creating glowing highlights from a variety of strong light sources. The film’s optimized emulsion ensures a hybrid workflow and flawless scanning process. However, the speed of the film must be set manually, since the film’s cartridge is not DX-coded. In order to work under incandescent lighting, you may require an 80B filter, and set the ISO to 12.

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Specifications

Brand
Cinestill
Brand
Brand: Cinestill
Film Specifications
Exposures: 36
Film Type: 135; Color Negative
Film Type:
Refers to the development process by which the particular film uses. The most common are black and white, color negative (C-41), and color reversal (E-6)

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Film Size: 35MM
Film Size:
Refers to the format of the film being used. (35mm, 120, 4x5, etc...)

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Film Speed: 50
Film Speed:
Refers to the ISO rating of the film. Film speed relates to light sensitivity. The higher the ISO, the more sensitive the film is to light.

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  • Cinestill 50 Daylight Color Negative Film

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