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ORWO Wolfen NC500 Color Negative - 35mm Film, 36 Exposures, Single Roll

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SKU 86839
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Wolfen NC500 Color 35mm Film is a limited edition 500 ISO, 36 exposure, color negative film. This cinema negative film is available to all 35mm enthusiasts. While other cinema films have a remjet layer on the back, this is not required for the NC500, which allows it to be developed in the regular C41 process.

At the core of our color film lies a unique chemical formula based on the wonderful and legendary Agfa stock last used in the Oscar winning film ‘Out of Africa’. Famous for their greens, desaturated shadows and enhanced grains, these are all aspects that we are embracing for our new addition. 

This brand new color photographic film is still produced in Bitterfeld-Wolfen, on the original site where film manufacturing has been a tradition since 1910.

With Wolfen NC500, we are not trying to imitate current stocks available on the market, we are creating an alternative, something with different characteristics and a different palette.

  • Color cinema negative film
  • ISO 500
  • 35mm format
  • Green hues, desaturated shadows and enhanced grains
In The Box:
1 x Wolfen NC500 Color Negative - 35mm Film, 36 Exposures, Single Roll

Glazer's SKU 86839
Manufacturer ORWO
MFG SKU 2435500
Product Specs

Film Specifications:

Film ColorColor Negative
Film Format35mm
Exposures Per Roll36
ISO/ASA Film Speed500
Color BalanceDaylight
Film ProcessingC-41
Number of Rolls1



Dimensions2.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches



Exposure Index:

ISO 400/27°
The exact exposure index results depending on the selected shooting and processing conditions. Special features of the exposure conditions deliberately intended artistic effects and changes in the processing procedure must be taken into account when determining the f-number. The preparation of test exposures is recommended.



As a negative film it is intended for processing by Kodak process C-41.
A development in the ECN2 process results in a correspondingly flatter gradation.



Unexposed film:up to 12 month < 18°C
 over 12 month < 13°C
 recommended rel. humidity: 50 – 70 %
Exposed film:develop as soon as possible after exposure
Developed film:storage at < 21°C; 40 - 60 % rel. humidity
Note: Substances such as sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, formaldehyde vapors and also radioactive and X-ray radiation can have a negative effect on the film.