Cinestill 50D - Film Review

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Rated 3 out of 5
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Rated 4.3 out of 5
TypeC-41 Negative
Brand Cinestill
Format35mm, 120
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GrainFine - Coarse
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Cinestill 50D which is a daylight color balanced color negative motion picture film. The remjet backing has been removed allowing it to be developed as c-41 and gives a unique halation effect. It’s an incredibly fine grained film with unrivaled exposure latitude which is why we recommend erring on overexposure when shooting this film.With its low 50iso and daylight balance, this film is ideal for bright sunny days and can look really good for portraits well.

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Rated 4.3 out of 5
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Interesting Film

Rated 5 out of 5
March 8, 2023

This is the first roll of film I put through my Mamiya MSX 1000. I used it mostly to “test” the camera’s metering in order to make sure it still worked. The results were spectacular!

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Absolute favorite film for landscapes

Rated 5 out of 5
November 30, 2021

I treat the negatives of this film like a raw file. It isn’t a finished product straight out of the scanner. It shoots nice and flat to give even exposure of highlights and shadows. Kind of like shooting video in log format, which makes sense since it’s cinema film. You can make your photos look however you want. I get rich colors, it’s super sharp, and almost no grain. It captures landscape scenes like nothing else can. This is a staple in my Pentax 67, and paired with the razor sharp 55mm 67ii lens…forget about it. My only gripe is you have to be careful of highlight hotspots because they’ll blow out without the anti-halation layer. Oh and bring a tripod! Can’t recommend this film enough.

Andy Ryan