Lomography Color Negative F²/400 now in 120
Last year they have released the Color Negative F²/400 for 35mm, which ran out of stock pretty quickly, and until today I was still blaming myself for not grabbing a few rolls while I still had a chance, but it looks like that Lomography haven’t said their last word.
THE 2018 NEW VINTAGE
In case you have missed my article about All New Film Stocks Released in 2017, let me recap briefly what this film is about:
Basically, Lomography got their hands on a master roll from an Italian film maker that ran out of business. Instead of using it right away, they decide to let this film age in oak barrels for about 8 years now.
The optimal storing conditions, have given to the film a very a very interesting look with rich and vibrant colours, slightly on the cold side, which reminds me a lot from this recent episode when I have crossed-processed a roll of Agfa Precisa CT100.
In case you want to try it out, pre-orders are already open and shipping is expected at the end of August. I’ve already saved my seat and ordered 5 rolls, which cost around 10€ per roll with shipping included. Definitely not a cheap film but it will be probably the last chance to get some.
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