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CineStill is ALIVE!

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We are now selling the amazing technology of motion picture film, prepped and rolled for still photography on ETSY! Thank you all initial pre-order customers for your patience. The official release date for Cinestill 500Tungsten is March 11th, 2013.

Our very custom Premoval (patent-pending) process makes motion picture ( ECN2 / ECN-2 ) film safe to process in standard C-41 photo lab chemicals or at...

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Beta test of 500T, P400, & P800 pushed in tungsten light

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P400 vs 500T vs P800 rated at EI 800 and underexposed a stop.

Portra400 pushed 2 stops to 1600  vs CineStill 500T pushed 2 stops to 2000


CineStill 500T pushed 2 stops to 2000  vs  Portra800 pushed 1 stop to 1600

 CineStill 500T at EI 800ish, normal processing. Dimly lit bar.  Leica M2 Nokton 35mm 1.2


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Beta test exposure bracketing 500Tungsten

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Mixed tungsten and gloomy window light, general in camera meter. Full stop bracketing. No push processing in standard C-41 machine. Scanned on a Fuji Frontier SP2500 w/ minor correction.
100%crop from the same scene so you can see how exposure effects grain. 
Very cool overcast light on a rainy day in L.A. from EI 100-6400 no push, no filter, ugly image of boring building (pretty much as bad as it...

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Beta test of 500T & P800 in tungsten light

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This is our fist side by side analysis once we perfected Premoval.  CineStill 500Tungsten xPro C41 alongside Portra 800 normal processing, straight scan, 100%. The original 500T in ECN2 chemicals had bit more pronounced shadow grain than the CineStill in C-41, but nearly identical latitude and color balance.

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Riccis Valladares' Beta Carnies

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Photography by Riccis Valladares

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