Lomography Colour Negative F2/400 Medium Format Film
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F²/400 120 film is Color Negative like you’ve never seen it before. It produces refined colors with a beautifully unique, X-Pro feel, and even sprinkles shots with subtle blue overtones in certain shooting conditions.
The Lomographic Society Press Release
The Lomographic Society Proudly Presents: COLOR NEGATIVE F²/400 120
GO AGAINST THE GRAIN WITH A RESCUED FILM RARITY
RECOVERING A LONG LOST FILM: In 2010, Lomography was lucky enough to get its hands on an exclusive jumbo roll of film. Perfectly stored in ideal conditions and left it to age like a fine wine, this precious film is now finally available to you!
REFINED GRAIN WITH AN X-PRO FEEL: F²/400 120 film is Color Negative like you’ve never seen it before. It produces refined colors with a beautifully unique, X-Pro feel, and even sprinkles shots with subtle blue overtones in certain shooting conditions.
#FILMISNOTDEAD: With its eclectic range of creative films, cameras and lenses, Lomography stands strong at the forefront of analogue photography — continually pushing the boundaries of what’s possible.
RECOVERING A LONG LOST FILM
After snapping up some rare film in 2010, Lomography left it to age — letting time work its magic. This precious emulsion was kept in ideal conditions, uncut and lovingly stowed away. When Lomography reopened it, it discovered something extraordinary: a film that produced X-Pro effects and gorgeous Tungsten overtones. Creatives everywhere rushed to grab a pack of this exclusive 35 mm film — and it sold out in the blink of an eye. Now, one year later, Lomography is unveiling a new brilliant batch on 120 format, ready to charm medium-format photographers all over the world. The F2/400 120 is available in extremely limited quantities in the Lomography Online Shop, or in Gallery Stores worldwide for as little as 7.9GBP
REFINED GRAIN WITH AN X-PRO FEEL
F²/400 is a distinct Color Negative. Having spent eight years maturing, this limited edition film has retained all of its refined colors and developed some extra special new tones. It produces hints of the characteristic X-Pro aesthetic and beautiful blueish hues in certain shooting conditions — making it unlike any other Color Negative film on the market. The perfect film for experimenting and trying something new, this aged emulsion can be loaded into a variety of medium-format cameras. Switch between high and low ISO, shoot in a range of conditions and your images will be drenched in truly unique analogue flair!
Brilliantly unpredictable and characteristically wild, analogue photography is the antidote to filtered, digital perfection. With everything from psychedelic, color-shifting film, to dramatic monochrome emulsions, Lomography is at the forefront of film’s resurgence, constantly experimenting to provide film fanatics around the world with the tools to stretch their creativity. Adding ever-more innovative cameras, films and accessories to its collection, Lomography refuses to let the digital age extinguish the analogue fire. That's why — now more than ever — Lomography is supporting the popular hashtag #filmisnotdead. Not only is analogue photography alive and well, but it’s here to stay. Long live the revival!
Film type: Color Negative
Sensitivity: 400 ISO
Lomography’s Tip: Due to its age, the F²/400 likes more light than your standard 400 ISO film. For vibrant, X-pro-like pictures and subtle, fine grain shoot in bright conditions.
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