Filmmaker Oro Wolfen has announced a new, limited-edition color-negative film stock called the NC500 As reported CosmofoC-41 Color Emulsion is the first new color photographic film Orwo to be launched in decades.
The Wolfen NC500 is a 500 ASA, 36-exposure 35mm film produced in Bitterfeld-Wolfen, Germany, where the company was founded in 1910. At the heart of our new color film is a unique chemical formula based on the wonderful and legendary Agfa. The Oscar-winning film “Out of Africa,” also said the stock was last used. Famous for their greenery, pure shade and increased grain, these are all aspects that we are embracing for our new additions. ‘
Instead of imitating other film stocks on the market, Orwo says it is trying to create “something with an alternative, different features and a different palette”. You can see the palette for yourself in the sample images below provided by Orwo:
The Wolfen NC500 doesn’t specify how many rolls will be made, but pre-orders are available for 16 per roll. Orwo’s website.
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