Let's see, no data-sheet, Catlabs dodging questions about technical details, example photo's that look (to me) really bad, I'll skip this one.
Really not liking these new trends lately of companies getting "new film" contract coated, dodging all questions related to technical matters of their film all just to make a quick buck to then probably cease to exist within a year or two.
Wow - new film, not rebranded, not distributed yet, no one has used it yet, gets pooh-poohed. Have some patience!
Good thing Catlabs didn't build their own coating machine.....they'd never sell film at $75/roll. Small companies can't afford the huge $$$$$$$$ to coat their own. How many millions of rolls would it take to recoup the costs?
Catlabs: I would suggest to be more serious on your responses. It seems to me that your responses are creating more hatred and mistrust that doing any good. If you can't discuss technical issues, film manufacturer or distribuitors, just say so and don't play dumb. Will all due respect your responses seems kinda childish. You are supposed to be running a busines so be business like.
Based on the previous film (Catlabs 80) I tempted to believe that this film is one batch long (meaning that when the batch is gone is gone for good). Similar to films from Ultrafine.
Personally, I will order 10 rolls (120) and use them. If I like them, probably order some more to store and be done.
To the rest, lets be patient and civic. If you want/can afford to test, lets do so. Otherwise, go on to the next thread.
Come on!! Please!!
Read the context and buy if you are curious- or don’t if you at not.
Harman and Kodak is there if that’s what you need.
It’s not as if they over-charge with a measly $6,99 per roll.