Knowledge Level: consumer grade - amateur to serious hobbyist
Recommended Lighting: late afternoon to early evening until sunset
Are you looking for the Kodak Vision 5203 (50D) film with remjet removed so that it can be C41 processed?
Due to the global shortage of color C41 films, more companies are taking bulk motion picture films with a remjet layer, removing that layer, and packaging them in 35mm film canisters. Reflx Lab takes it a notch up...read on how.
Reflx Lab is located in Shenzen, China, and is actively managed by two co-founders, Yong Xi Ang (Marketing & Sales) and Shu (Tech Guru). They established the Reflx brand based on the word "Reflective" with a primary goal of providing budget products to film photography lovers around the globe.
But, for the two co-founders, a budget product doesn't translate to cheap or cutting corners. For example, each 100D film comes in a brand-new metal canister that you can reuse.
They are slowly expanding their offerings, starting with films in color (C41) 100, 400, and 800 ISO.
The 100D ISO color film is based on Kodak Vision 5203 (50D) fresh film stock (not expired):
- Rem-Jet layer removed
- The daylight-balanced film, ideally for outdoor shooting during the day
- More neutral than the 500T, with vintage and nostalgic tones
- Film Format: 35mm color negative
- ISO: 100
- Process: C-41
- Best before Dec 2023
- Brand-new metal canister and costs less than other 50D films
- The storage can is made of aluminum, which can be reused or recycled.
The Kodak Vision 5203 (50D) is marketed under different brand names. Note that not all of them are 36 exp; some are 24 or 27 exp but charge the price of 36 exp.
- Amber 100D
- Film Photography Project (FPP) 50D ECN-2
- Flic Film 50D ECN-2
- QWD Kodak Vision 3 5203 50D - ECN-2
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