Revealing Popho Luminar 100 Color Negative Film
Popho is Excited to Announce a New Color Film!
Last updated: 2022-12-15
Popho Luminar 100 is an ISO 100 speed daylight-balanced color negative film stock is a respooled Kodak Aerocolor IV 2460 color negative aerial photography film*. The film offers medium saturation and contrast and is well-suited for landscape and other general photographic applications. This film also exhibits warm tones, enhanced red sensitivity, and a wide dynamic range. The film is factory spooled into a recyclable plastic cassette and can be developed with the standard C-41 process.
- 100 ISO Color Negative Film
- Outstanding sharpness from ultra fine grain structure
- Wide dynamic range
- 35mm format, 36exp.
- Standard C-41 photo lab processing
- Factory spooled on recyclable plastic cassette.
- Daylight balanced
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is Luminar 100 a brand new emulsion?
A: Popho Luminar 100 is a respooled Kodak Aerocolor IV 2460 color negative aerial photography film*. Popho did not manufacture this film.
Q: Is Luminar 100 respooled from old expired film?
A: No, Luminar 100 have a two years shelf life.
Q: Is Luminar 100 hand spooled?
A: No, Luminar 100 is machine spooled by our manufacturing partner.
Q: Is Luminar 100 a limited production?
A: No, Luminar 100 is here to stay!
Q: When will Luminar 100 be available?
A: The film is already available.
Q: Is this a crowdfunding campaign?
Q: Will Luminar 100 be available on 120 and large format?
A: Due to the cost required to invest, we are unfortunately not going to make Luminar 100 available on medium and large format in the near future.
Q: Where can Luminar 100 be processed?
A: Luminar 100 can be process in any lab or home lab capable of C-41 standard development process.
Q: Is there DX code on Luminar 100 cassette?
A: Currently no, we are planning on adding DX code in the near future.
Q: When will my local stores start carrying Luminar 100?
A: We are planning on getting Luminar 100 on the shelves of film lab and store by Summer or Fall 2023.
Expiration, Storage and Handling
This film is highly sensitive and must be loaded and unloaded in subdued light to avoid light leak on the first few exposures. Popho Luminar 100 have a shelf live of two years when stored in a cool and dry condition. The expiration date will be printed on the box. Process film as soon as possible after exposure for best results. For long-term storage of unexposed film please store the film in a refrigerator at 12°C or lower in the sealed package. When retrieving film from long-term storage please allow the film to warm up to room temperature before any use.
*Kodak and Aerocolor IV are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.