Dubblefilm has announced a new ISO 800 color film. The Cinema film promises distinct colors and tones and a halo effect around bright red lights. The 35mm film is available for just under $20 per 36-shot roll.
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camera newsMay 27, 2022
Reto has announced a new half-frame 35mm camera, the Kodak-branded Ektar H35. The lightweight, affordable camera allows you to capture 72 images using a single 36-shot roll of 35mm film.
Update (April 9, 2022): Fujifilm confirms film prices will increase by up to 60% in Japan market, 25% in North America
Apr 19, 2022
Fujifilm says the price increase is a result of 'soaring raw materials, transportation costs, etc., as well as the decline in demand.'
Fujifilm says it's having issues procuring raw supplies needed to produce three of its 120 format color reversal slide films: FujiChrome Velvia 50, Velvia 100 and Provia 100F.
A new regulation in Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) prohibits the production and distribution of phenol, isopropylated phosphate (3:1), which Fujifilm says is found in the emulsion for Velvia 100 film.
Jun 15, 2021
Kosmo Foto has announced a new 400 ISO panochromatic 35mm black-and-white film inspired by the noir aesthetics of the early 20th century. The film stock is currently being funded on Kickstarter.
Jun 1, 2021
German film company, Kono, opened its doors in 2014. Since then, the company has created more than 20 films. Its latest three films include the company's first 120 medium format film and two new black and white films, including one with an ISO of only 3.
Fujifilm cites issues with sourcing raw materials as the reason for discontinuing the film stock in both its 35mm and 120 formats.
One-roll pre-measured kits to become available from the new Tetenal 1847 company, for those wanting a single dose of C-41 or E6 chemistry. A kit for paper is also on the way, as is tablet-form chemicals
Based on the images Ilford Photo shared alongside the tweet, the film stock will come in four different formats and be released on October 24.
Jun 10, 2019
Good news for film users - Fujifilm says demand for Acros was such that it will begin production again this year with a new version of the original emulsion. The bad news, though, is that it will initially only be available in Japan.
Kono! has launched a new 35mm film stock as well as a unique Sixpack that features half a dozen of its various color-shifting films.
May 3, 2019
US film camera equipment store and distributor CatLABs has introduced its own brand of black and white negative film that it claims is unique and not available anywhere else.
The company behind the Yashica brand name has been teasing a new ISO 400 color negative film.
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery has teamed up with Kodak to release a beer that's capable of doubling as a film developer.
Dubble Film has announced it's changing film suppliers and subsequently changing the name of some of its film stocks.
Kosmo Foto has announced the release and opened pre-orders for its new Mono 120 black-and-white film.
CineStill's new powdered film development kits are easier to store, cheaper to ship and cost less than their liquid counterparts.
Lomography is cutting the 120 variety from the same sheets as its 35mm version of the repurposed German cinema film stock.
In a recent podcast, Kodak Alaris UK Quality Manager Andy Church said the company expects medium and large format versions of Ektachrome to hit shelves this summer.
Lomography has released its latest film revival, Potsdam 100 monochrome.
On the back of the re-introduction of Kodak Ektachrome films a US photographic company has announced that it will begin sales of its own slide developing kits under the Edwal brand.
It's not cheap, but you may soon be able to get your hands on peel apart film once again thanks to ONE INSTANT.
Dubblefilm has released a new film stock that features pre-exposed colors on the film to give your shots a rainbow aesthetic.
Jack White, the lead singer of the band The White Stripes, has opened a lab in his Nashville recording studio to process and print film.
ADOX has announced a new monochrome film stock called ADOX HR-50 that will be available in 135, 120, and 4x5 sheet formats.
Named Bubblegum and Monsoon, the latest in a line of Dubble pre-colored emulsions work at opposite ends of the spectrum—with Bubblegum injecting lots of orange warmth, and Monsoon creating a cool cyan/blue effect.
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