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Prerelease of 120 800T for Retail!

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CineStill in MEDIUM FORMAT is here!!!


CineStill 800T 120 NOW AVAILABLE for preorder in our online store!

Thanks to the support and feedback of our Film Makers, Retail packaged Medium Format CineStill is finally coming to market! The first ever retail production run will be hitting shelves in April.

Be among the first to get your 800T 120 by preordering here. Supplies are limited, so order now before...

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Alpha 120 Overnight - Featuring "Film Maker" Chris Malloy

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"Film Maker", Chris Malloy, recently got an Alpha 120 roll from Downtown camera and tested it that night. Chris Malloy is a father, husband, photographer and teacher in Calgary Alberta. Finding beauty where others do not, he specializes in urban and rural fine art photography.



"I have been taking photos at night for a few years now, and much of that shooting is done under the harsh yellow glow of a...

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Alpha 120 in Napa - Featuring "Film Maker" Kenny McMillan

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Film Maker, Kenny McMillan, at OWL BOT cinema and media in Los Angeles recently evaluated his CineStill 800T in 120, shot in Napa Valley with his "Ma'Mamiya". Below are his impressions and and feel free to check out the unedited high-res scans over at OWLBLOG.


 "As a Cinestill 120 backer I was delighted to receive my oft-delayed but totally worth it Alpha run of Medium Format 800T film. I wanted to...

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Alpha 120 First Fruits - Featuring "Film Maker" Alex Medick

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All images on CineStill 800T 120 Alpha by Alex Medick

Film's best friends are the Film Makers, who not only made CineStill 120 possible, but are now making it beautiful.

Below is an excerpt from an interview with "Film Maker" Alex Medick by Chris Gampat at The Phoblographer "On Using CineStill 800T Film in the 120 Format" with some of the first images shared from our CineStill 800T 120 Alpha Film.

“I...

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Film’s Worst Enemies (7 common film issues)

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Film’s Worst Enemies (7 common film issues)

“Here today, gone tomorrow...” 
 
A predominant theme in the modern digital world around us. The greatest appeal of photography is the ability to capture that fleeting moment. To lock it, in true permanence, with the swift and sure click of a shutter. But as with all things ones and zeros, digital photography is by nature immaterial. Film photography, on the other hand, is a physical process with...

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