Films for 35mm camera
36 exp. 135 rolls. ISO 50/18° speed daylight balanced (5500K) motion picture emulsion. Original fresh stock from Kodak 50D, prepped and rolled for clean safe C-41 standard development as an ISO 50 film. Boasted to be the world’s finest grain film! May also be processed in motion picture ECN-2 chemistry.
36 exp. 135 rolls. Great rated ISO 200-2000! Can be pushed to 3000! Original fresh stock from Kodak Vision3 500T 5219 prepped and rolled for clean safe C-41 standard development as an ISO 800 film. May also still be processed in motion picture ECN-2 chemistry.
36 exp. 135 rolls.This panchromatically sensitized special negative black & white film delivers fine grain, exceptional resolution and contour sharpness, and is characterized by a wide range of half tones and soft light.
Fuji CH 135-24 Fujicolor Superia 400 Color Negative (Print) Film (ISO-400) delivers truly fine-grain images from a high-speed film. It's an all-round general purpose, high-performance color negative film.
This is a roll of 36 exposure 135-36 35mm Ektar 100 Color Negative Film from Kodak. It is a wonderful medium speed outdoor film that produces vibrant color and which features smooth, fine grain. This film can be scanned with no fear of losing detail. Ektar can be used by pro and amateur alike.
The Kodak Portra 160 Color Film / 135 is a color negative film great for portraits, fashion and commercial shoots. The film delivers superb performance both on-location and in a studio setting. Advanced emulsion technology provides sharp imaging, beautiful neutral skin tones and a finer grain than ever, making for...
This is a 36 exposure roll of 35mm Kodak Professional Portra 400 color negative film. It is a high-speed film that can be used in a wide variety of venues and for a wide variety of purposes. It delivers exceptional color saturation and features fine grain and a high degree of sharpness.
Depending on where it is developed (hence which scanning software is used) your picture will either turn out reddish or blueish green. Overexposure will dampen the effect whereas underexposure will make it more visible. 35mm colour negative film, 36 exposures ISO / ASA 200
This film changes the colour of the picture, but the effect differs a little all the time. You'll have gradients from red to blue, orange, green, pink, turquoise, etc. Underexposure will make the effect stronger whereas overexposure will make it less strong. 35mm colour negative film,36 exposures ISO / ASA 200
This effect looks like as if you were viewing your image through a scratched window. The fibre-like structures are more visible in darker parts of the image. 35mm colour negative film, 36 exposures ISO / ASA 200
With this film you'll get bright green dots in different shapes and sizes all over the picture. The dots are also more visible in darker parts of the image and will give the picture a threedimensional effect. 35mm colour negative film, 36 exposures ISO / ASA 200