135 Cinema Film - FPP Kodak Vision 250D (1 Roll)
A little bit of Hollywood in your 35mm still camera? Yes! Kodak's world-famous Vision 3 Motion Picture films stock is now hand-rolled for you to shoot!!
Kodak Vision 3 - 250D 35mm Film
Daylight Balanced / 250 iso / Non-DX Coded
1 Roll / 24 exposures / Fresh-Dated / Process: ECN-2*
*NOTICE: This film can not be processed by any commercial film lab EXCEPT for Little Film Lab or for folks who are home processing using our FPP Unicolor Home Color Processing Kit. (See additional information below.
Kodak 250D is a medium speed, medium contrast (iso 250) daylight-balanced film. "VISION3 250D Film offers outstanding performance in the extremes of exposure — including increased highlight latitude, so you can move faster on the set and pull more detail out of the highlights in post. You’ll also see reduced grain in shadows, so you can push the boundaries of underexposure and still get outstanding results."
Images on this page shot by Michael Raso / Canon T60 35mm slr camera / Canon FD 24mm f2.8 lens / Self processed in FPP's Unicolor Kit / Scanned using the Epson V700
Why can't I process this film at my favorite C-41 lab?
Kodak's Vision 3 motion picture films have an additional layer (on the shiny, not the emulsion side) called a "Rem Jet". This layer aids the film traveling at 24fps in motion picture cameras. Although technically this film can be processed C-41, this Rem Jet will foul commercial lab's equipment and there for can not be commercially processed.
What commercial lab will process my negs, scan and or print for me?
You can send your film to the Little Film Lab in California, USA. This is the only lab that has recently tested our Hand-Rolled Kodak Vision 3 films and can handle processing- http://www.littlefilmlab.com/services/
Are you sure my local or favorite lab can't process this film?!
YES! WE ARE SURE! This film MUST BE self-processed or sent to the Little Film Lab. Do not send out this film to your regular processor. It will be returned to you or your actions will foul your lab's gear. :(
How do I process this film at home with FPP's Unicolor c-41 Kit?
In addition to the normal directions for C-41 home-processing please add the following step.
After your Blix, rinse your film in a half bucket of hot water (80 - 102 degrees F). With your thumb, gently rub the non-emulsion side of your film as you remove it from your film reel. Careful not to scratch the emulsion of your film. Final rinse under running water before submerging your film into the two-minute Stabilizer. You will see the black rem jet in your water as you rinse.
That's it! Hang your film to dry and then scan! Enjoy!!!!