Analog Therapy/Film Test: Cinestill 50D.

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I said I messed around and went to Cinestill’s website recently. And that there can be only one result. More film. Here is another I purchased and I am now getting around to trying.

Cinestill 50D

Developed at home with Cinestll CS41.

Cinestill 50D

For a camera to run it through I chose a lens and camera intended to grab as much light as possible.

Konica Hexar RF
Konica Hexar RF7Artisans 50mm f/1.1

Chose Durham to burn through a roll and here are all 37 (Very Contax G of you Hexar.) frames. Blazed through them since I was losing sunlight as dusk approached. And trying to use ISO 50 film at or past dusk is not the move.

Cinestill 50D
Cinestill 50D
Cinestill 50D
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Cinestill 50D
Cinestill 50D
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Cinestill 50D
Cinestill 50D
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Cinestill 50D
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Cinestill 50D
Cinestill 50D
Cinestill 50D
Cinestill 50D
Cinestill 50D

Another great film. Great colors and tones. A unique look. Will definitely be using it again.

-ELW

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