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Color negative films
For their color negative films, Cinestill Film modifies Kodak motion picture cinema film, allowing it to be developed with the C-41 process rather than the Eastman Color Negative process. Cinestill Film converts the Kodak motion picture cinema film by removing the Remjet backing, a separate Anti-halation backing used to protect the film in motion picture cameras. Due to the removal of this anti-halation backing, Cinestill Film exhibits a glowing effect on the image in areas with strong highlights.
Cinestill Film's 800Tungsten Xpro C-41 (short: 800T) is based on Kodak's Vision 3 5219 motion picture cinema film. Beta testing of 800T began in late 2012. Although the Vision 3 5219 film is normally rated for 500 ISO, the conversion to C-41 processing allows the film to be rated at 800 ISO. 800T originally was only available in 135 format, until a 120 format version was released in April 2017.
In a similar manner, Cinestill Film also produces 50Daylight Xpro C-41 (short: 50D) from Kodak's Vision3 50D 7203 motion picture cinema film. Originally available only in 135 format, 120 film followed in late 2017.
Black and white negative film
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- "CineStill bwXX Film in 35mm is Back in Stock After a Really Long Time!". The Phoblographer. 2017-11-23. Retrieved 2017-11-24.
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