16mm Film - Double Perf - CINE16 BW X-Ray - ORTHO - 400 iso - 100 ft

16mm Film - Double Perf - CINE16 BW X-Ray - ORTHO - 400 iso - 100 ft

  • $44.99


Please read all of the information on this page before ordering as motion picture film is not returnable.

DOUBLE PERF - FPP Cine16 HIGH SPEED BW X-RAY Negative Film
200 - 400 ISO / Orthochromatic / 100 ft Daylight Spool / Triacetate Base / High Contrast - High Grain / Process: D96

Orthochromatic (blue sensitive) negative motion picture film. (Blog: What is Orthochromatic film?) This type of film needs to be shot in daylight. Avoid yellow filtration and shooting in indoor/tungsten light.

Neutral Density Filters - Due to the high ISO, it is recommended that you have a set of ND filters when shooting this film. See our video on using ND Filters HERE.

  • ND2 Filter cuts 1 f-stop
  • ND4 Filter cuts 2 f-stops
  • ND8 Filter cuts 3 f-stops

Safe Light - Film can be safely loaded and handled under a 7w Red Safe Light.

This film when developed produces a film negative. Negative film must be scanned or printed. A negative can not be projected.

Cine 16 Double Perf is for all 16mm cameras that accept a 16mm 100 foot daylight spool. (This film will not work in 8mm Bolex or other 8mm cameras)

We can Process/Scan your Cine 16 BW Negative film. Visit our Process/Scan page to order these services.

Home developing times - ISO 400 - 68 degrees F

  • Kodak D76 (or FPP 76) – 6 minutes at 68 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Diafine - 5 min (both baths) - 70 degrees F

Terms – With the rare exception of a film product recall, user issues with film are a by-product of the deterioration of parts in the vintage cameras used to shoot the film. Even functioning and previously tested vintage cameras may experience motor film transport issues, film breakage, light leaks, over-and-under-exposure, and emulsion scratches. We feel it is important to bring your attention to these risks as we do not accept returns, offer replacement film or refunds on 16mm movie film. 


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