I like the tones
Yes sir - it's C41!.Is it a C-41 film, I might suggest getting some GOOD color neg film,(Kodak or Fuji) and see what great film can look like!
I've been acquiring "non-traditional" films for some new found and different perspectives in film shooting.Yeah, it's cool looking film - you must have gotten the same Freestyle Photo email I did!
If you remember Ilford XP-2 film, it too had a 3 or 4 stop ASA (what we used to call ISO) range. You could shoot at any setting in the range, and normal C-41 development would result in a printable (or scannable) negative. And yep, change right in the middle of a roll - there is no adjustment to development needed.
Lttle known fact: most C-41 (color negative) film can be under or over exposed by at least one stop, and often more, and still be printable or scannable.
It's been revived by a lot of the younger generation! I was talking with a woman at our local photo lab and she told me that most of the film shooters that she see are of the younger groups...WOW....I haven't shot film in so many years......different world than I remember....... But I am really glad people are still playing with it. I had a great time with film (mostly slides) back in the day.