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CineStill 800T In Your Toolbox

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With so many choices currently available, it helps to have some understanding of when a particular film excels. Looking at CineStill 800T, it is necessary to understand where this film comes from and what it was originally designed to achieve.

CineStill 800T is produced from a Kodak motion picture emulsion originally designed for shooting in limited artificial, continuous, incandescent light. This film is known in the motion picture industry as Kodak Vision 3 5219, the 3rd generation of tungsten balanced EI 500 color negative motion picture film, and is the standard for movies shot on film in Hollywood. 5219, or "19" as it is commonly referred to, is optimized for a hybrid workflow, ideal for scanning, with literally futuristic features (from a still photography perspective)...

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A DP's Point of View - CineStill 50D & 800T by Rob Hauer

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CineStill 50Daylight

You may recognize the above image by Rob Hauer from our web site sample images of our 50Daylight emulsion. Rob was an early tester of our CineStill 50Daylight emulsion, but since then he has continued to capture beautiful images on CineStill 50D and 800T with an incredible eye for composition and light! It is really interesting to see what a director of photography does with...

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COMMITMENT, PASSION, RESOLVE! - The Future of CineStill 120

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Update: We have launched a new CineStill 120 campaign on IndieGoGo! Come support, share and get a chance to become a CineStill 120 Beta Tester by following the "CineStill 120" link in the navigation!

CineStill 800Tungsten 120 Beta by Laura E. Partain

To all those who have supported, promoted and pushed our KICKSTARTER campaign for medium format, thank you! The support we have seen throughout our...

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Elegant Portrait Photography in Mixed Light on 35mm CineStill 800T by Cinzia Bruschini

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"I shot these portraits with my Canon Eos-1v in my living room at 1pm. The ambient light from the windows was not sufficient so I turned on the Xmas lights behind the model and I used a video light to eliminate shadows. I shot at box speed and I am astonished with the results! The output of CineStill is awesome and and even if I am not a big fan of 35mm portraits, here it works well.

"I can't wait...

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The Film Show - Ryan Muirhead "The Final Beta Test"

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The Framed Network's Film Show dedicated an entire episode to shooting CineStillFilm 800Tungsten at night in Las Vegas! All five hosts had to shoot ambient light portraits under the extreme conditions of the Las Vegas strip, in the rainy winter. At the time of shooting, we were just wrapping up beta testing of the film and process, and had not finished assessing the results, or gone into mass...

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