Fuji Eterna 8543 Vivid 160
ETERNA Vivid 160 is superb for studio work at E.I.160 color and for daylight location use at E.I.100. Exceptional sharpness and image quality also make it the best choice for telecine transfer and sophisticated digital effects.
The ETERNA Vivid 160 delivers intense color, high contrast, and exceptional sharpness-- it’s a dramatic new palette for motion pictures or TV.
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
L: Change the World
The King’s Speech
Fuji Eterna 8553 250
Warm colors and smooth, consistent gradation enable extremely natural facial tones. Highly suitable for telecine transfer, ETERNA 250 can be used seamlessly with highspeed ETERNA 400.
Fuji Eterna 8583 400
Remarkable shadow quality and an exceptional ability to capture images! Fujifilm’s advanced technologies offer fine grain and smooth tonality for natural attractive skin tones. In addition to the extended exposure range, this new E.I.400-rated film also offers enhanced telecine characteristics and film scanning response, enabling it to deliver outstanding image quality under a wider range of conditions.
Into the Wild
Fuji Reala 8592 500
The World’s First Motion Picture Film with Fujifilm’s 4th Color Layer!
Fuji Reala 500D is the world’s only 500-speed daylight-balanced negative film. Its high speed allows shooting in very low-light daylight and also at f-stops offering greater depth of field. Its speed compensates for the wider apertures required with anamorphic lenses and the effective light loss attendant on “over-cranking” for slow-motion effects. This is the world’s only film with Fujifilm’s patented color optimized 4th layer technology. A special advantage is the ability to remove “green spike” from un-corrected fluorescent and sodium lighting mixed with daylight sources.
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Fuji Eterna CI 8503 Print
This film is designed to allow the same printing aim density for both master positives and duplicate negatives.
Adjust the density settings on the printer so that the following density values (status M densitometry) may be obtained when a color negative of an 18% reflectance gray patch is appropriately exposed and processed under standard conditions.
Fuji Positive Print F-CP Type 3510
F-CP normal-contrast color release print stock offers outstanding images with rich gradations and more lifelike colors. It provides natural skin tones, better shadow quality, and detail, and more neutral blacks. F-CP is perfect for scenery or working up-close with people.
For Greater Glory: The True Story of Cristiada
Lord of the Rings
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
3:10 to Yuma
Kodak 250D Vision3 5207/7207
Kodak VISION3 250D is a medium-speed, daylight-balanced movie film characterized by a fine grain structure, broad dynamic range, and the flexible nominal sensitivity of a 250-speed index. It has a wide exposure latitude with exceptional highlight control for working in a variety of lighting conditions and also maintains accurate notably color reproduction with vivid skin tones.
Advanced Dye Layering Technology (DLT) is also used to reduce the appearance of grain in the shadows for cleaner detailing and clarity when working in low-light. As part of the VISION3 series of movie films, this stock has high archival stability and is well suited to digital post-production processes.
The First Man
La La Land
The Imitation Game
The Wolf of Wall Street
Kodak 200T Vision3 5213/7213
Kodak VISION3 200T is a medium-speed tungsten-balanced color negative movie film characterized by the fine grain structure of a 100-speed film with the flexible nominal sensitivity of a 200-speed index. It has a wide exposure latitude with exceptional highlight control for working in a variety of lighting conditions, ranging from high contrast outdoor lighting to mixed interior light situations.
As part of the VISION3 series of movie films, this stock has high archival stability and is well-suited to digital post-production processes.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
The Love Witch
The Big Short
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
The Bourne Legacy
Cowboys and Aliens
Kodak 500T Vision3 5219
Kodak VISION3 500T is a high-speed, tungsten-balanced movie film characterized by a fine grain structure, broad dynamic range, and the flexible nominal sensitivity of a 500-speed index. It has a wide exposure latitude with exceptional highlight control for working in a variety of lighting conditions, ranging from high contrast outdoor lighting to mixed interior light situations.
Advanced Dye Layering Technology (DLT) is also used to reduce the appearance of grain in the shadows for cleaner detailing and clarity. As part of the VISION3 series of movie films, this stock has high archival stability and is well suited to digital post production processes.
Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
Iron Man 2
Quantum of Solace
Kodak 50D Vision3 5203
Kodak VISION3 50D is a low-speed daylight-balanced color negative movie film characterized by its ability to record a wide dynamic range with increased highlight sensitivity.
It has an exposure index of 50 when shot in daylight conditions and its fine grain structure contributes to notably high image sharpness. As part of the VISION3 series of movie films, this stock has high archival stability and is well-suited to digital post production processes.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens
12 Years of Slave
Kodak Ektachrome 100D 7294
For decades, KODAK EKTACHROME set the standard for filmmakers seeking beautiful grain, clean vibrant colors, and a distinctive aesthetic. Now KODAK EKTACHROME 100D Color Reversal Film / 7294 carries that standard forward into the future, for a new wave of filmmakers to embrace.
Man on Fire
Kodak Kodachrome 40 7268
Kodachrome was a very special color reversal (slide) film offered by Kodak from 1935 - 2010. It was equally popular with top-end professionals and amateurs, and during its life was offered in a multitude of formats, both still and motion picture. However, Kodachrome had a very complex process known as K14, and the last ever roll was processed in K14 on 31 December 2010.
Gracie: The Diary of a Coma Patient
Kodak Vision Color Print Film 2383
KODAK VISION Color Print Film / 2383/3383 sensitometry (characteristic curve) is different from EASTMAN EXR Color Print Film 2386, 3386.
The upper scale is slightly higher in D-max, resulting in an improved black on projection. The toe areas of the three sensitometric curves are matched more closely than 2386 Film, producing more neutral highlights on projection.
2383/3383 Film is coated on a new ESTAR base featuring proprietary Kodak technology that replaces remjet with a process-surviving, anti-static layer, and scratch-resistant backing layer. This film has an efficient antihalation layer under the emulsion layers, using patented solid particle dyes that are decolorized and removed during processing.
Harry Potter and the Goblet Fire
The Hunger Games
The Hateful Eight
Kodak Vision Premier Color Print Film 2393
Now, there’s a new choice in motion picture print films KODAK VISION Premier Color Print Film. A film with a different look. Richer blacks. More saturated colors. Cleaner performance. A film worthy of the KODAK VISION Film family name.
The upper tone scale of VISION Premier Film is significantly higher in density than EASTMAN EXR Color Print Film, so shadows are deeper, colors are more vivid, and the image snaps and sizzles on the screen. The toe areas of the sensitometric curves are matched more closely, producing more neutral highlights on projection. Cinematographers can be more creative with lighting and exposure and still see remarkable results. Like its counterpart KODAK VISION Color Print Film, VISION Premier Film is coated on a polyester base without rem-jet, for a
cleaner process and cleaner screen images.
We’ve incorporated a processing-surviving, anti-static layer to reduce dirt attraction, and a scratch-resistant backing layer to improve projection life. And there are no color shifts during fades and dissolves. So, from set to the lab to screen, day today, you’ll have more consistent performance. These are not incremental improvements. They are quantum leaps forward in film technology. And with VISION Premier Film, you’ll have the finest motion picture color print film Kodak has ever made.
Strong print contrast that Dado likes for HDR. He also implies that it’s a premium stock compared to Kodak 2383
Although a very early pioneer in the trichromatic color film (as early as 1908), invented by German chemists Rudolf Fischer and Benno Homolka [d], Agfa was first made commercially available in 1936 (16 mm reversal and 35 mm), Agfa-Gevaert has discontinued their line of motion picture camera films.
Agfa Wittner-Chrome, Aviphot-Chrome or Agfachrome reversal stocks (rated at 200 ISO, made from Wittner-Chrome 35mm still film) are available in 16mm and 8mm from Wittner-Cinetec in Germany or Spectra Film and Video in the United States.
Out of Africa
Who Framed Roger Rabbit