We fell head-over-heels when we saw CineStill’s 35mm 800T film, repackaged from Kodak cinema film. Beautiful golden skin tones, cool shadows, and that ever-difficult-to-explain magic glow, brought the beauty of true filmmaking to the still format. It’s been a long wait since the 35mm format was introduced in 2012, but today, CineStill launches their high-speed, tungsten-balanced cinema film in the 120 format.
We could scroll endlessly through a gallery of these images. They’re absolutely stunning. And to have that quality and color response come into a format more akin to that of the 65/70mm IMAX film that directors such as Christopher Nolan, Quentin Tarantino, and J.J. Abrams have been using recently is a real treat.
CineStill offers a variety of packages for would-be backers of its IndieGoGo campaign from a single roll of 120 film to a mixed bag of 800T in 120 and 35mm in addition to the company’s alternative daylight-balanced 35mm option, 50D. Want 1,000 rolls of the new 120 film? You can do that, too.
In addition to perks that let backers save five percent on future CineStill orders, stretch goals – which CineStill is very likely to reach given that the project is already over 35 percent funded in just a few hours – will unlock additional options.
Head over to IndieGoGo now to grab your pack of CineStill’s 120 800T film. I’ll beat you there.