400D Campaign Update!

Posted by Arvin Santiago on

It’s been such an amazing week for Analog! Last week (3.21.22) we announced our newest film stock — CineStill 400Dynamic — and launched our Film Maker crowdfunding campaign. The reception and feedback we’ve received from the community truly surpassed all of our expectations. If you contributed to our campaign, we sincerely appreciate your support. If you haven’t had the opportunity to contribute yet, don’t worry, we still have 14 days to go.


  • 24-hours after we launched our crowdfunding campaign, the analog community helped us surpass our first two goals!
  • Our first two goals allows us to produce 400D in both 35mm and 120 format into the future and unlocked all of our camera cast tiers, including "Big Boss Hassie" and "The Family"
  • Our EARLY BIRD “PROPACK” (5X ROLLS OF 400D 120) has SOLD OUT and is no longer available. We still have multiple tiers where you can still order 400D in 120, with expected arrival being this summer, and there still are some Early Bird 35mm left...while supplies last!


We have 14 days left in our crowdfunding campaign, which means there’s still an opportunity to be one of the first in the world to receive this fantastic new film. Remember that you can back multiple tiers over the course of the campaign and pre-order as much film as possible before the 14 days are up. And there still is a limited supply left of 400D enamel pins for orders containing multiple tiers.

We had an IG LIVE with the creators and founders of CineStill to answer some of your questions about 400D. If you missed it, don’t worry, you can watch it here. We’ve also added an FAQ section to the bottom of our campaign page to answer some of the questions that the analog community have been asking. We will continue to answer more questions as best we can as they come in, so send us an email at support@cinestillfilm.com.

Once again, without the support of you, the CineStill Film Makers, none of this would be possible. Let’s continue to work together to build the future of film... together.

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