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Product information Lomography Color Negative 100 35mm 36 exposures pack of three
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The Lomography Color Negative 100 35mm film loves the sun! Expect vivid colors and fantastic sharpness!
Sunny outdoor photos call for a film that will bring out all the pretty colors. The Lomography Color Negative 100 35mm film offers fine-grained smoothness and knockout hues, resulting in fantastic photos beaming with vivid colors and remarkable sharpness!
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The LomoChrome Purple lets you explore the color spectrum like you never have before. Blue becomes green, green becomes purple, pink becomes yellow. Red tones stay red, which keeps natural skin color quite natural.
Aside from its remarkable color quality, LomoChrome Purple delivers vibrant photos with superb sharpness and fine grain. This film new also allows you to shoot in any weather condition and achieves breathtaking effects without using any special filters!
Control the color changes in your photos by selecting different ISO settings. Green tones will become a shiny purple when you use an ISO 100 setting, but with an ISO 400 setting greens will instead become a darker indigo. This is a great way to explore unlimited color creativity!
The sensitivity of the film is ISO 400 (27°). Its high flexibility in terms of light sensitivity also allows you to set your camera to ISO 200 (24°) and ISO 100 (21°) - This gives you more options for experimentation in different lighting conditions.
LomoChrome Purple should be developed with the standard C-41 process.
The storage temperature for this film is 20 °C. To extend the life of the film, we recommend storing it in the fridge, under 10°C. Don’t expose the film to temperatures above 30°C for long periods.