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Announcement: Kodak supply chain issues require a temporary change to all 35mm canisters effective immediately

Hot off the press from Kodak Professional: Kodak’s 35mm film canisters are undergoing a temporary change due to supply chain issues. The change replaces the black endcaps with silver-coloured caps and is effective immediately. Here’s how you can expect the updated canisters to look (unofficial photo from the Kodak Engineering Team): As a number of […]

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“Normal” films from a special effect film company? Check out DAILY film from dubblefilm

Adam Scott, the Barcelona-based founder of specialty film brand dubblefilm has just announced the launch of what Star Wars purists might call “despecialized” editions of their film stocks. Called dudubblefilm DAILY and presented in ISO 400 35mm color and black & white versions, the films are available from dudubblefilm’s website and selected retailers now. According […]

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New “contact print” Instax film from Fuji plus another underpowered toy camera, the Instax Mini 40

If you’re looking for a cheap point-and-shoot upgrade from Fuji’s last cheap point-and-shoot Instax camera, the company will gladly cover you as of just a few hours ago with the brand new, two-button-two-setting Instax Mini 40 camera. Added to that, if you happen to be missing the darkroom in today’s purely digital photography age, you […]

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Join the Analog Photography Fireside Chat Episode 3 with SilvergrainClassics on Saturday Jan 23rd

Join the Analog Photography Fireside Chat Episode 3 with SilvergrainClassics on Saturday Jan 23rd Hi everyone, it’s Charys here from Silvergrain Classics again! As we put our feet up by the fire during the long winter nights, SilvergrainClassics magazine has something to help us all see 2021 in a positive light. Our series of free […]

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A deeper dive into CineStill Simplified Cs2 chemistry: ECN-2 + CINESTILL = ?

We are the Brothers Wright, the photographers and creators behind CineStill. Ever since the beta tests of CineStill 800T processed in C-41 chemistry, and especially once we began designing simplified chemical processes, we have been asked many technical questions about motion picture processing and still photography. Over the years, we have done our best to […]

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The Nikon F6 is dead, long live the Nikon F6!

News coming in from across the web tells us that the Nikon F6, Nikon’s last flagship film camera, which was first released back in 2004 has finally been discontinued, bringing a formal end to a professional SLR line that started in April 1959 with the tank-like Nikon F. My Nikon F6, EM After 16 years […]

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Global Nikon F6 product recall…for 152 cameras

Nikon has issued a recall of all Nikon F6 35mm film SLR cameras “manufactured and/or sold after July 22, 2019”. The camera, first released in 2004 is the last of Nikon’s F range of flagship cameras, which started back in April 1959 with the imaginatively named Nikon F – affectionately called the “Big F” by […]

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New slide film development kit from CineStill: CineStill Cs6 “Creative Slide” 3-Bath Process

Following a short tease on social media over the past few days, Los Angeles based CineStill have just announced a completely unique family of slide film development kits with options that provide either 9+ stops of useable dynamic range or “colour grading” that optimise for daylight or tungsten-balanced lighting. Dubbed “Creative Slide”, these new 3-bath […]