- ДС-5M <<<
Very Rare 35mm Color Print Film
20 exposures each
- NO DX CODE -
rolls = $15.00 (USD)
CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK
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this Soviet Throwback - CCCP
established in 1931 in then Ukrainian SSR.
"Svema" was the major photographic film manufacturer in the USSR. They
mostly made black-and-white photographic film & photographic paper
but some colour fim was made with equipment dismantled from the
Agfa-Wolfen Factory after World War II. Svema products were known among
enthusiasts as an easy and sturdy product for beginners in home film
development and printing. The plant's production of photographic
products slowed through the 1990s and ceased entirely in 2000.
I acquired a very small amount of this film, which I've never seen
anywhere else. It is rated at ISO 32, but I've had better results
shooting it at 25. - I believe this film was meant to be developed in
the old Agfa / Orwo color chemistry but it seems to be a bit more
compatible with today's normal C-41 process than other vintage color
films of this type. It gives a very strange & unique color palate.
Not tinted in any one particular direction, it gives a somewhat
magical, vintage look. If you can develop C-41 at home then this would
likely benifit from a lower temprature developer. The emulsion tends to
warp some in hot, lab-processed C41.
My examples were shot with a Minolta 24 Rapid (24x24) and a Canon EOS
Elan7ne. I had them all developed at my local One-Hour color lab in
their regular C-41 chemistry.
- Here's your chance to try it out for yourself!
1983 so there are no guarantees, but many people are
enjoying the quirky results from long expired films.
I'm keeping these rolls inexpensive by
film cassettes and sticking on an artsy label I've made just so you
know what's inside. Using a bulk loader I made rolls of approximately
20 exposures each, sometimes a bit more or less and as with most bulk
loaded film the very last picture of each roll will not be exposed as
that is where it is taped. This is NOT a stock product from Svema and I
am not proporting to represent that fine company in any manner. There
is no DX code on this film.
please ask if you have any questions!
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