Candido 400 - 35mm Film


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E. (Ipswich, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Street Photography, Creative/Abstract, Travel, Low light/Night
Outstanding Results

I was looking for a cheaper alternative to cinestill 800t, but as the 800 candido was sold out I went for this just to try, no great expectations. Surprisingly though, this is probably the best lot of photos I've shot on a single roll! I wasn't sure what conditions this film was best for, but it turns out that it doesn't really matter too much, it can handle all sorts of conditions. The daylight performance is great, but was not expecting such great outcomes in low light from a 400iso film, very impressive. Definitely has some of the cinestill character, nice halations etc, which can be a bit quirky in daylight, but I personally like that look. Would highly recommend.

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Scott C. (Glasgow, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Landscapes, Travel
Accreditation Handles: @analogue_canvas
Took one of my favourite photos on this filmstock!

Such a cool film, got some very cool shots at both day and night, including one of my all time favourites of The Italian Chapel in Orkney. The colours are pretty vibrant. Even as a cheaper colour film, you get fantastic colours so definitely worth grabbing when in stock!

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Taras (Tower Hamlets, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Travel
Accreditation Handles: "@anything_inst" on Instagram
I'm in love

Honestly I got into film photography only recently so I have soo so much yet to learn but for my first proper roll of 35mm it was all that I'd hoped for. It was wonderful to work with I developed, scanned and edited them, myself (learning Lightroom in the process) and for my first time I think these look wonderful. (don't judge me too hard it was my first time)

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Chris B. (Snettisham, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder
Accreditation Handles: Twitter @chrismojo
Can see why it's flown off the shelves...

Results not too bad shooting action either.

Walking back to the car and I had a few shots left on a roll when these people popped up flying their whatever-they're-calleds in the up-draft off the cliffs.

Nice and sharp after a tiny tweak or two and not too grainy.

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C.B. (Hunstanton, GB)
Perfect for: Landscapes, Travel
Accreditation Handles: Twitter @chrismojo
Oh-oh, Candido... We can take it together...

This could be the only colour film inspired by a hit single by Tony Orlando and Dawn, which made the Top Ten in July, 1970.

But do the pictures sing..?

It did well with the autumn trees on the King's estate at Sandringham, colours pleasing and vibrant without being too over-the-top.

I metered off the shadows, there's also a fair bit of latitude there as what you can see of the sky didn't really blow out.

Reasonably sharp bearing in mind it was shot through 30-year-old glass.

I rarely shoot colour film but if I did more this would be a go-to.

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