Developing your LomoKino film at a photolab is a breeze. Because the LomoKino uses a format most labs won’t be used to seeing, it’s best to tell them about the LomoKino in advance and ask the lab technician not to cut your negatives – But if your lab does automatically cut your negatives, it’s no big deal – You’ll probably end up with negatives and prints similar to what you’d get with a camera like the Lomography Supersampler (with 4 frames on each print). You can then easily scan the negatives using a flatbed scanner.
When in doubt, check out our Lomolabs FAQ for the nearest Lomolab in your area – our Lomolabs are able to develop your Lomokino roll and even make it into a movie for you!
Watch this video to see how to scan your negatives: