Nothing makes us happier than listening to a few cool new analog movie inventory coming to market. And whereas No Color Studio‘s No.5 movie is not truly new – the emulsion was produced by Kodak within the Eighties and supposed to be used with specialised archiving machines – it is most likely new to the common analog geek. No Colour Studio is basically respiration new life right into a long-forgotten/ignored inventory.
Because the title suggests, it is a super-slow ISO 5 movie and guarantees to supply a punchy, excessive distinction B&W look, with little or no seen grain. We think about it might be an important alternative for panorama work, or just about any surroundings wherein you may use a tripod. And higher but, the emulsion is orthochromatic and will be developed and dealt with beneath a crimson safelight.
No Colour Studio, which is predicated in Lithuania, is barely delivery rolls to Europe proper now, and there isn’t any phrase but on North American distribution. Priced at ~$6.50 a roll, it is inexpensive sufficient to experiment with, assuming you will get your fingers on some.
Our friends over at Kosmo Foto have a bit extra data on the brand new emulsion; click on the hyperlink beneath to learn on and examine some samples.
About Movie Fridays: We not too long ago launched an analog forum and in a seamless effort to advertise the enjoyable of the medium, we’ll be sharing film-related content material on Fridays, together with articles from our buddies at 35mmc and KosmoFoto.