CineStill TCS-1000 - Temperature Control System - UK Plug

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An Analogue Wonderland exclusive: CineStill's outstanding Temperature Control System with a UK Plug!

 

This product also comes with FREE UK Standard shipping automatically included with this camera! Simply add to basket and select 'Free Tracked Shipping' at checkout 😅

 

Description

The °Cs "Temperature Control System" Cinestill TCS-1000 immersion circulator/thermostat is the simplest solution for precision film processing at home.

The TCS-1000 system allows you to heat up your chemistry to the precise processing temperature, and maintain it during the entire developing session - whether you're developing B&W, colour negative, colour slide or B&W positive!

The universal design holds two 1000ml. storage bottles (Collapsible Accordion style, Wide-Mouth, JOBO, etc.) in a sink, tub, or basin of your preference, at the desired temperature.

It comes with a perfectly intuitive interface preset to standard C-41 processing, and easily adjustable temperature and timers for any process.

The Cinestill TCS-1000 mixes and heats chemistry in a 1000ml. pitcher in seconds, without splatter, spill or additional oxidation.

You can also reheat chemistry that has been preserved in the fridge for longer shelf life.

This is the UK model - with the plug complying with UK electrical requirements straight out of the box.

Cinestill TCS-1000 UK Plug | Analogue Wonderland

 

Main Features

  • An intuitive ready-to-use interface does not require additional timers, downloading phone apps, nor connecting to bluetooth/wifi
  • Display and firmware are pre-programmed to process film with an adjustable two-stage timer for any process (C-41, E-6, B&W, etc.) in Min : Sec
  • There is simple toggling between °C/°F readouts
  • Universal bottle holder holds two 1000ml. storage bottles (collapsible accordion style, Wide-Mouth, JOBO, etc.) in a sink, tub, or basin of your preference
  • PTC heating element, brushless DC motor and moulded polymer impeller
  • Stainless steel housing
  • Ground protection and temp/water level/overheat protection sensor
  • UK electrical plug

 

Advantages over kitchen appliances

There are of course similar products out in the world that are designed to help with cooking and baking, even mobile foot-spas have a similar mechanic! And these products all helped formed the inspiration for the Cinestill TCS-1000.

However there are obviously significant advantages to using a product custom-built for film developing rather than trying to adapt something from your kitchen or bathroom!

The Cinestill TCS-1000:

  • Has user-adjustable precise constant temperature control, from 0°C to 95°C (+/-0.1°C), compared to cooking appliances which are only consistent between 45°C to 99°C (film processing ranges between 18°C - 40°C).
  • Heats, mixes and circulates chemistry or temperature control bath, maintaining consistent accurate temperature (within +/-1°C of user setting) throughout the entire bath (1-20L).
  • Contains positive thermal coefficient (PTC) heating element heats/cools quickly and is more stable and durable than standard metal heating tubes, which run too hot and rust.
  • Features a display and firmware designed for processing film, starts up ready to process color film with adjustable two-stage timer for any process (C-41, E-6, Df96 monobath, etc.) in Min : Sec
  • Has a high efficiency DC brushless motor offers fast speed, low noise, does not give off heat when processing film at lower temperatures, and has a life cycle over 4,000 working hours, 20-30% longer than most kitchen appliances. Combined with moulded impeller has a max circulation capacity of up to 20L.

 

User Guide

Each unit comes with bottle holders and instruction leaflet. You can also download a pdf of the user guide here

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Ryan Learoyd
My Best Investment in Film Photography

Firstly a disclaimer, I don't own the UK plug version of this system. It wasn't out when I placed my order for one a few months back but if it was I would have 100% got this version. I've used the TCS-1000 to develop all of my colour film at home. So far I've done around 50 rolls using this machine & it's made it so easy to get water and chemicals to temperature. I've used it in combination with Cinestills own CS41 kit & I have to say I'll probably never use a lab again for film developing. (He says with around 60 rolls waiting to be developed & dreading it)