Thank you for visiting and shopping at STREET CANDY FILM. Following are the terms and conditions that constitute our Shipping Policy.
All orders are processed within 2-3 business days. Orders are not shipped or delivered on weekends or holidays.
If we are experiencing a high volume of orders, shipments may be delayed by a few days. Please allow additional days in transit for delivery. If there will be a significant delay in shipment of your order, we will contact you via email.
Shipping charges for your order will be calculated and displayed at checkout based upon your geographic location and total order value.
Due to the nature of our product, we accept returns only if the original package hasn’t been opened or altered in any way. Buyers will be responsible to return the product in the original packaging and will cover the shipping cost plus all eventual custom charges, unless the item you purchased is defective. Please make sure to inspect and report any damaged packages upon delivery to the carrier and contact us with details of the product and the defect.
Upon receipt of the returned product, we will fully examine it and notify you via e-mail, within a reasonable period of time, whether you are entitled to a refund or a replacement as a result of the defect. If you are entitled to a replacement or refund, we will replace the product or refund the purchase price, using the original method of payment.
Our new paper tube boxes are made of solid and thick carton, which provides a sufficient isolation to store your film in a dry place without any risk for the emulsion. If you plan to store the film for a long period of time or live in a humide environment, we recommend placing it in a ziplock bag inside the fridge. Make sure the bag is perfectly dry inside and well sealed.
ATM400 develops like any other black and white negative film. You can find below the times and dillutions for most common developer.
For other developers and pushing/pulling processing, we recommend following the chart of Ilford HP5+. More information on the Massive Dev Chart.
Yes you can! We recommend pushing ATM400 up to one stop (ISO 800). Beyond, contrast might increase too much and risk of loosing shadow details.
No, at the moment we use recycled film canisters so our film doesn’t come with DX code. When shooting ATM400 with point and shoot camera, if you can’t set the ISO manually the camera will most likely expose it at 100. You can either add +2 stops using the Exposure Compensation feature, or pull the film during development. Please note that pulling film may decrease contrast.