Film brand Street Candy has announced a new 100-speed black-and-white film.
The film, which the brand says is taken from cinema film, is available for pre-order now. The film is called MTN 100.
Street Candy said: “Taken from a motion picture film, MTN100 will take your black & white still photography to the next level with a classic cinematic look and fine details.
“MTN100 is a panchromatic film for both outdoor and indoor photography. It can be processed as a normal black & white film negative OR with a reversal kit to produce direct positives.
“MTN100 also comes in our acclaimed eco-friendly packaging with a fresh new design!”
Given Street Candy’s European location, there’s speculation this film is based on cinema stock made by Germany’s ORWO, similar to Lomography’s Kino range.
The new film is available in lots of between two and 10, and is being offered at an introductory price of €8.90 a roll.
The new film comes in the wake of Street Candy ATM 400, which the brand’s founder Vincent Moschetti says is a repurposed black-and-white surveillance film. It was first released in 2018.
Moschetti unveiled a cardboard canister for his film in 2020, becoming the first modern film brand to move away from plastic film containers.
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