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CineStill Film Cs41 Powder Developing Kit for C-41 Color Film

BH #CI800348 • MFR #CS41P-1000ML
CineStill Film
CineStill Film Cs41 Powder Developing Kit for C-41 Color Film
Key Features
  • For Processing Your Own Color Film
  • Two Bath Processing Kits
  • Makes 33.8 fl oz
  • Requires Water, Thermometer & Tank
The Cs41 Powder Developing Kit from Cinestill is designed for processing your own C-41 chemistry, color film at home. It includes two chemistry bath processing mixtures that makes 33.8 fl oz, to process approximately eight rolls of 35mm x 36 exp. or 120 film. It can be used at a variety of temperatures with the same equipment you already process your black and white film with at home. This powder is designed to be used with water, a thermometer, and a simple developing tank (available separately).
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CineStill Film CS41P-1000ML Overview

The Cs41 Powder Developing Kit from Cinestill is designed for processing your own C-41 chemistry, color film at home. It includes two chemistry bath processing mixtures that makes 33.8 fl oz, to process approximately eight rolls of 35mm x 36 exp. or 120 film. It can be used at a variety of temperatures with the same equipment you already process your black and white film with at home. This powder is designed to be used with water, a thermometer, and a simple developing tank (available separately).

Easy to mix powder chemicals to make one quart
Flexible processing temperatures
Quick reference card for processing times
Push/pull processing instructions included
Process up to 10 rolls at a time
Instructions for machine processors and hand processing included
Long lasting shelf life with 3-part Developer and Blix mixtures
Fully archival

CineStill Film CS41P-1000ML Specs

Type (Chemical)Color Film C-41
Chemical FormulaPowder
QuantityMakes 33.8 fl oz / 1 Liter
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.78 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.8 x 5.5 x 1.5"

CineStill Film CS41P-1000ML Reviews

good.

By Vladimir
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-05-13

easy to prepare and very good results! thank you.

DELAYED DELIVERY!

By Kevin Mark
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-24

I HAVE NOT EVEN RECEIVED THE PRODUCT YET!

Color film development

By Kenjiro
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-24

That's easy and great!

Does the job

By Shanda
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-24

Developed a roll of film from the 90's. Did nicely, just as expected.

Easy and straightforward

By Justin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-13

You'll want their sousvide kit to mix it and bring it to temperature, but once you have this you'll wonder why you haven't been doing your own C41

Uneasy peasy film development

By Peter
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-23

My grandson has become interested in shooting film, so I rekindled my love of film photography and dusted off my 65 year old Leica iif. We got him a vintage Nikon FM. The CiniStill C41 developing kit made for a wonderful experience, and teaching moment. The results are terrific and the process is quite easy.

Works great!

By John
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-26

Easy to prepare from powders following instructions. Pictures are beautiful!

Easy enough

By Eric
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-25

Great instructions. I have developed my 12th roll of film and all has gone well so far. This with the TCS1000 makes the whole process very straightforward.

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