More filmy-tomfoolery here.
Believe-it-or-not, this is also tungsten-balanced motion picture film.
This here be Kodak Vision2 200T (older stock; intended for ISO 200).
It actually seems to be in better shape than the 500T I reckon…perhaps it’s just the the grain structure.
In any case, I am slowly learning how to manage this film–this was actually scanned on the F135 and manually color balanced pre-post-processing (if that even makes sense…) before final scanner output (which is a bit complicated if you’re at all familiar with the kludgy Windows XP Pakon software package)
I’ll post a few more examples (managed slightly differently…) shortly.
And don’t ask me why.
I don’t actually know.
(Aside from “because” of course…)
EDIT: These were all scanned on the Plustek 7600, and color balanced during post-processing. They were intentionally processed with a tendency toward more “grit” and motion-picture style blue-bias. A very different look, all from the same roll.
EDIT #2: And yes…that is a B&H box. It had a bag, some chemicals, and some film, of course…