Can I use an alternate payment method other than a credit card?

Yes, you may send a check or money order to the address located on our contact page. Don't forget to include your name, address, phone number, quantity, as well as the shipping and handling fee of $5.95.

Is this product returnable?

Yes, any defective or unopened material may be returned or exchanged within 30 days of the purchase date.

What happens if new film stocks come out that are not on the current disks?

We will send anyone who purchases our product all updated disks within a period of one year from date of initial purchase. We will come out with updated versions approximately every six months.

I was sent a free dvd by kodak depicting two of their newest film stocks. Why should I buy yours?

Kodak is in the business of selling film, so the disks they make are shot with equipment that most students and novices don't have access to, such as high end cameras, expensive lenses, and million dollar color correcting facilities. They will do what it takes to 'sell' you their product without telling you what it takes to get it there. We don't sell film, so there is no reason for us to portray the film as something lesser or greater than it really is. We simply show it to you in it's natural form so that you can make the necessary adjustments.

What were the specific choices used for production?

The camera used was an arriflex sb using a 10mm lens. Each 100ft film can was used for just one test. The film was transferred to a dv-cam tape using best light supervision. Normal exposure was always set to the center of subjects face. The external shots may show a slight change of background ratio from time to time do to the sometimes changing outdoor conditions. All indoor shots stayed the same. All effects were either laboratory or in-camera resulting.

I'm shooting on a bolex. Will my results differ?

Considering the nature of film, results may differ depending on everything from camera used to the lab the film was processed at. This product is meant to give you a fairly precise idea of what you can expect.