Silbersalz35 50D 35mm film is the highest-resolution motion picture film stock in the world, perfectly adapted for your camera. Unlike hand-rolled Kodak Vision film, Silbersalz35 is professionally manufactured in metal cartridges and compatible with every 35mm film camera.
Silbersalz 50D combines exceptional image clarity and a wide exposure latitude to create expressive images with rich colours and fantastic tone. It is daylight balanced so will look best in glorious sunshine.
- Kodak Vision 3 film for an authentic cinema aesthetic
- Machine-manufactured for consistency and quality
- Super fine grain and high resolution with ISO 50
- Unbeatable detail and colour reproduction
- Process in ECN2 chemistry
- Make beautiful photos with incredible clarity, contrasts, and details
- Can be used with both modern and vintage 35mm film cameras
- Recreate the unmistakable Hollywood style with SilberSalz magic
This film CANNOT be processed in C-41 chemicals or by your typical high-street lab colour machines. The chemical requirement is called "ECN-2" - so when you order development make sure that you select 'ECN-2 development' from the film type dropdown!
Silbersalz recommend that their films are over-exposed by one stop in the camera, so the DX code will read 25.
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Believe it or not, it was the picture of Apollo that first drew my attention to Silbersalz. However, what blew my mind was the gorgeous colours of the sample photos. The 50D is an interesting proposition. If you follow the suggestion to shoot it at ISO 25, the window of adequate light can be quite limited, although the film has so much latitude that you can get away with quite a lot. I wish the ECN-2 processing didn't take so long - I had to wait just over 5 weeks for mine - but it's worth the wait. Give it a try.
I first got my hands on some Silbersalz a few years ago and it has never disappointed - whichever speed I've used. But the 50D really is special. Bags of latitude, gorgeous colours, and pin sharp. I'll usually shoot it at 25, and it is the perfect summer film.
This was my first time using a cinematic style film and I really like the results. It has a great muted colouring but really pushes the yellows which makes it great for taking photos during golden hour. It works best in a bright and sunny environment and gives a subtle 70s cinematic style to pictures. All photos taken on an Olympus Trip.
I used this film during a spring time trip to Norway. I wasn't 100% sure I'd use it as it's rated 50ISO and Bergen is typically a rainy place, but I lucked out with the weather and had stunningly bright sunny days every day. I'm so pleased I was able to explore using this film in a place as interesting as Bergen. The tones are lovely!
After my good but not great experience with the 250D version, I decided to trust my camera's light meter more and I'm incredibly pleased with the results of Silbersalz 50D on a sunny day at Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
It could just be that the lower sensitivity stock shined under these conditions, or my own user error with the 250D version, but I'd honestly rate this as the best looking stock I've used in my short experience shooting on film.
The turnaround times for ECN2 development are what they are, but if you've shot it correctly in good conditions the photos will absolutely be worth the wait.