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"
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