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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). The final mixture is reusable for up 24 rolls of film.
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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). The final mixture is reusable for up 24 rolls of film.

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 Formula
Powder
Quantity
Makes 33.8 fl oz / 1 Liter
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.78 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
5.8 x 5.5 x 1.5"

CineStill Film CS41P-1000ML Reviews

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Can I develop B&W C41 with this? Like Ilford ...

Can I develop B&W C41 with this? Like Ilford HP5+?
Asked by: Marek
You can develop Black and white film that is c-41 compatible. However hp5+ is a traditional process film and therefore incompatible.
Answered by: kyle
Date published: 2022-05-22

What's the best way to store already mixed ...

What's the best way to store already mixed solutions to prolong its use?
Asked by: Iris
In dark chemistry bottles, such as the ones listed below; https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search?Ntt=storage%20bottles&N=0&InitialSearch=yes&sts=ma
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-05-10

Can you reuse all of the chemicals? if so, how ...

Can you reuse all of the chemicals? if so, how many 35mm roles?
Asked by: Henry
From CineStill - Although our Cs41 1000ml color kit can Yield 24 rolls, the solution capacity is 8 rolls. "Solution Capacity" refers to the maximum number of rolls you can process in one tank at the same time. Yield refers to the number of rolls that the 1000ml kit can process during its lifespan. I hope this helps!
Answered by: Troy
Date published: 2023-01-03

Does this include stabilizer?

Does this include stabilizer?
Asked by: Paulina
It does not have a stabilizer but if you are shooting modern color negative film, a "stabilizer bath" is not necessary. Up until the mid 90's, the final rinse bath in the C-41 process was called a "stabilizer bath," since it contained Formaldehyde or Formalin. Modern color film emulsions include chemical stabilizers within the film emulsion itself.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2022-12-31

Hi there. If my Cinestill pack got hot in the ...

Hi there. If my Cinestill pack got hot in the mail are the chemicals still usable? Thanks!
Asked by: Caitlin
They should be fine, powder is much more resilient than liquid.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-07-07

Whats the unopened package expiry?

Whats the unopened package expiry?
Asked by: Anonymous
Unfortunately when buying online it is not possible to know the expiration date before receiving the product.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2021-11-19

can I use this kit to do a Cross Processing on ...

can I use this kit to do a Cross Processing on slide films?
Asked by: Mario
You could take an E6 film and cross process it with this C41 kit. The issue is that cross processing is all about trial and error and be open to see what happens. We cannot guarantee what results you will have, but it is a fun process to use. If you are open to wild and unpredictable results and are interested in DIY it would be something fun to try.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2020-08-21

Can I travel with this in my suitcase when ...

Can I travel with this in my suitcase when flying?
Asked by: Kwesi
Due to the warning labels (health hazard and exclamation label), it might be classified as hazardous materials by the FAA/TSA and are likely not permitted as carry-on OR check-in items. Please contact the FAA, your carrier, and this website for more information or to get approval before your flight. https://www.faa.gov/hazmat/packsafe/
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2022-02-07
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