After giving Supersampler as a birthday present to my girlfriend. This film become our favorite film. First my girlfriend thought this film is cheap. The price? I think is less than $2 or in Indonesian Rupiah about Rp.13.000,- . The price is cheap but the result is? "adiii... it's so amazing!!" she said. My girlfriend officially make this film her official film for her Blue Supersampler.
She inspired me to buy more DNP Centuria 200iso. hahaha! then I bought a few rolls and tested it on my LC-A+RL and Horizon Perfekt. wooooww! I just love the colors! it’s very “Indonesia” . Why “Indonesia” ? the colors are so Indonesia. It fits the whole situation. When it’s cloudy, the film manage to give you colors that is so nice and calming. It’s not overrated but not too bright as well. It will do you good in every kind of weather. With or without using the flash, still this film gives you warm loving images. So from my experience using this film, I suggest you to buy this film and try it on different cameras.
Make sure that this film gives you warm loving images. Lomo On!
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