CineStill 400Dynamic: Available Now!

Posted by Arvin Santiago on

Daylight-Balanced. Do-It-All. Dynamic.


CineStill 400Dynamic is HERE! Since the first announcement of our newest film 400D, we've been getting a lot of questions as to when it will be available to purchase in retail stores. Well, that time has finally come, as CineStill 400Dynamic has landed on as well as at our retail partners across the world. 

400Dynamic was initially available only through our crowdfunding campaign as a pre-order. This was to gauge the interest in a new ISO 400 speed color film, as well as to inform our manufacturing plans so that we can meet the demand of the film community for years to come. The volume of pre-orders that we received during our crowdfunding campaign surpassed all of our expectations.

400Dynamic is available now in both 35mm and 120 medium format. We're still expecting to release our 4x5 large format this coming winter, as we are currently in the final few stages of production.

Starting today, you'll be able to purchase 400D as well as our other film stocks and many more analog products on You can also visit our Dealers page to find a local retailer that may be carrying 400D.



We're always excited to see the photos that are taken with our film stocks. So as we release our newest film to the analog community across the world, we encourage you to share your experience with 400Dynamic. Whether it's before you load up your cameras or after you've developed your film and scanned it, share it with us on social media by using #CineStill400D and tag us @cinestillfilm.



If you haven't had a chance to see it yet, we took 400D around Los Angeles to put it to the test. We loaded up a few of our favorite cameras and brought a few of our photographer friends along to show you how truly DYNAMIC 400D is. Watch the full video below, and then watch the photo review video, where we break down some of the photos from that day to give you a sense of what the film is capable of. This is a good way for you to get a baseline understanding of what the scans should look like for 400D




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