**Strictly limited to 2 rolls/customer**
Color Mission is a new ISO 200 colour film from ADOX with a mission.
ADOX is releasing Color Mission - a film with delicately vibrant minty greens, peachy reds, airy grain and a purpose at the core.
The name is intentional: those small 35mm rolls are on a big mission to give the analog community a beautiful product while investing into the future of film research and production, which is one of the most sophisticated challenges in the analog industry.
One batch of colour film was co-researched with and coated for ADOX by a company, which went bankrupt shortly after the first run 😥 Now, ADOX is starting a fully independent R&D for colour film, which requires significant investments. The ADOX chemical production is financing the research of new photochemistry.
The Polywarmtone emulsion is helping to advance the paper product development.
Now, the time has come to release Color Mission - those films coated a few years ago, kept in the cool house until this moment. All of Adox's profits from this product will be going specifically to film research - not chemistry, not paper emulsion - film.
Realistically, a new film is not coming next year - in four years, perhaps. The supply of Color Mission will be enough for this time, and possibly a bit longer.
The ADOX team is excited to be starting a journey to a completely new product for the analog community, while already making a unique colour film available for their amazing supporters
Due to the super-limited nature of this film, Adox weren't able to offer us our normal retailer discount. However we've worked with them to minimise bulk transport and customs charges to allow UK supporters to access the film 👍🏻
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Just lovely vibrant colours. Only managed to get one roll of it first time around, and really enjoyed shooting it.
When I heard Adox was releasing a new colour film, I was in intrigued to see what it would be like. I got 2 rolls and shot, one on a blistering hot day wandering around London.
The film does have a bit of grain to it and the colours do seem to have an exaggerated saturation, with the reds and greens seeming to really pop.
I'm still not sure if I like this emulsion or not and still haven't shot the second roll.
I was beyond excited to try this one out and am quite happy with the results. The colours are indeed vibrant, quite a lot of grain and it does best under bright light. Does not handle contrasty lighting well. But perfect for summer! Would love to shoot again and again and again.
Beautiful colours and subtle grain, this is my new favourite film! Have only shot in bright daylight so far, interested to see how it will perform in other conditions. I will be scouring the web for any more of this stock.
Lovely colours with this film. There is quite a bit of grain, but not offensively so. In fact, it gives it quite a nice vintage feel.
Needs decent light though - it can get a bit grungey. But on a sunny day I really like it.