Analog photography company Dubblefilm has unveiled a new film stock called Jelly. This 35mm C-41 200 ISO pre-exposed film adds highly saturated blue, red, green, orange, and yellow colors to photos, the effect being random through the film to offer "the purest form of serendipity." Some parts of the film lack tint for "occasional bits of reality creep through," the company explains.
Below is a collection of sample images provided by Dubblefilm:
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This is the 5th film Dubblefilm has launched in collaboration with European company KONO! The Reanimated Film. Jelly can be processed and scanned by "any mini-lab," according to the company, which is offering the product for €12.00/USD$13.50 per 24 exposure roll through Dubblefilm's website and at select retailers.

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